180.Follow the instruction to write 1page reflection of the speech

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Follow the instruction to write 1page reflection of the speech

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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date How to Prepare and Present an Informative Speech Introduction An informative speech is aimed at providing information about a specific subject. It enables the audience to understand and remember the information being presented. Informative speech tells an audience about a process, event, or concept. Before presenting an informative speech it is important to first understand on the topic you are to explain in order to be in a better position to make the audience understand the subject. Therefore, it is important to first prepare a thesis statement covering the points you want to get across during the presentation of the speech. Ensure to create points that support your thesis in a sheet of paper and leave room for each so that you can add support for them. Write down supports for your points after conducting research regarding your topic getting yourself stories, statistics, and expert opinion in order to make the speech stand out. Before making the presentation, you should ensure that all the prepared points give information that describes the state of how to do something and not giving an opinion as a main point or judgments about a topic. The first thing to pay attention to when presenting the speech is the knowledge of the audience. This is in order to their attention during the presentation especially because the audience will be engaged in something they are interested in. Ensure you have frequent breaks during the presentation in order to revive the audience and ensure that they do not doze off. Surname 2 Conclusion The significance of presenting an informative speech is to inform the audience about a given topic and provide enlightenment regarding the subject of the topic. The speech should not aim at giving opinions or judgments but describe giving information about a topic. ...
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