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  1. X=17Chapter X

  2. Delivery Method - Extemporaneous • Conversational style of speaking • Advantages • Time to research and organize • Improved eye contact • Sense of security • Increased ownership/ credibility • Practice session and time management

  3. Impromptu • Little to no preparation • Tips for impromptu success • Make a point • Jot down notes • Organize thoughts (problem/solution, cause/effect, past/present/future, pros/cons, one theme) • time it appropriately • Be brief

  4. Impromptu cont… • Common errors • Don’t apologize • Don’t talk to hear yourself speak • Don’t ramble • Don’t make a point that has already been made • Don’t use impromptu for all speeches

  5. Manuscript • Reading verbatim • Reasons to avoid manuscript method • Patterns of written language can be less listenable • Eye contact is compromised • Syntax and word pronunciation can be problematic • Audience may perceive a lack of ownership • Harder to adapt

  6. Manuscript cont… • Reasons to use a manuscript • Precise message must be communicated • Highly emotional occasion calls for focus • Exact timing is needed • Text of speech will be publish or analyzed

  7. Manuscript cont… • Tips • Adequate prep time • Conversational language patterns may be helpful • Use easy to read manuscript (physical) • Practice until fluid (conversational-like) • Teleprompter use is a must in many businesses

  8. Memorized Speech • Completely committed to memory • Problems • Losing train of thought • Less secure • Communication is compromised • Eye contact is difficult

  9. Memorization cont… • Tips • Memorize key parts • Memorize toasts or acceptance speeches • Memorize the speaking outline • Use mnemonic devices

  10. Y=18+1Chapter Y

  11. Practicing • Practice • Practice • Practice