assignment you want to convey information in an interesting way that makes the
audience want to listen and also makes the audience want to listen and also
makes them retain the information you give them. the topic will be of your
choosing; a speech about objects, people, places speeches about processes
;speeches about an event or a speech about concepts or ideas.
typed in full sentence outline format. you the example outline below.
BUILDING THE INFORMATIVE SPEECH
Pattern of Organization for Informative Speech about a PLace
Purpose: To inform
Purpose: To inform my audience of tourists about famous tourist
attraction in NY City.
While visiting New York City, you may want to eat at famous restaurants,
to view magnificent architectural sites, and to visit a couple of historical
the topic to the audience;
- Stating the importance of
- Startling the audience with
a fact or statistic;
- Arousing the curiosity of
- Questioning the audience;
- Beginning with a quotation;
- Telling a story;
- Referring to the
- Inviting audience
- Using audio equipment or
- Relating to a previous
- Beginning with humor.
- Establish Credibility: Being
perceived by the audience as qualified to speak on a particular topic.
Topic to Audience: Showing that the speaker has the audience’s best interests
in mind and/or how the topic relates to the audience’s interests.
- Thesis: While visiting New
York City, you may want to eat at famous restaurants, to view magnificent
architectural sites, and to visit a couple of historical cultural
Main Point: Manhattan probably is the city of the world’s most delicious
Sub-Point: Any tourist would be most appreciative of dining at
Tavern-on-the-Green in Central Park.
Sub-Point: For those of you who keep current with popular culture, eating
at famous chef, Bobby Flay’s restaurant would be a great thrill to see where
television’s Food Network show takes place.
1. Sub-sub Point:
statement]: Next, tourists most definitely want to see a few famous
Main Point: The Statue of Liberty, Grand Central Station, , and the Ground Zero
Museum of the World Trade Towers are all a must-see.
Sub-Point: The Statue of Liberty, given to the U.S. by the French is located on
B. Sub-Point: Transport yourself in time when you visit the historical
designed Grand Central Station.
Sub-Point: Another site definitely worth seeing is the Ground Zero
Museum for the tragic
day that The World Trade Towers were bombed on September 11, 2001.
statement]: Finally, I’d like to recommend a cultural experience.
Main Point: Visiting at least two famous cultural neighborhoods, Little Italy
and Chinatown, are well worth any extra time you may have.
Sub-Point: Little Italy
- Summary: Summarizing the
main points of the speech. Use a closing cue. In closing,
- Closing remarks: (a
Concluding with a quotation;
Ending with a dramatic statement;
Referring back to the introduction of the speech.
Calling the audience to action.
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