Silvia triyani
Oktaviani sari
Vera wati
Winda fitriani
Chapter 2
Determine your
purpose and
subject
SELECTING A SUBJECT
Once you clearly understand the general
purpose of your speech, you are ready to choose a
subject. The...
Is the subject suited to my
purpose?
Suppose you are asked to deliver a speech
whose general purpose is to inform, the res...
Is my subject interesting to
me?
if you talk enthusiastically about something
this enthusiasm is bound to rub off on your
...
Am I Qualified to speak on this
subject?
if your interest is recent, you might lack
sufficient knowledge or experience to ...
Will My Audience Find this Subject
Interesting
Therefore you will hold the attentions of you
audience if your subject inte...
Will my Audience Find This
Subject Useful?
If the subject you choose will benefit your
audience in some way, it will quite...
Is my Subject Sufficiently
Restricted?
many beginning speakers try to cover too
much in the time available to them. It is ...
SPECIFIC PURPOSE
Earlier I classified the general
purpose for speaking : to entertain, to
inform and to persuade. Specific...
THE CENTRAL IDEA
Central idea as a complete
sentence will help you plan your
comunication more effectly.
Central-idea stat...
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  • 1. Silvia triyani Oktaviani sari Vera wati Winda fitriani
  • 2. Chapter 2 Determine your purpose and subject
  • 3. SELECTING A SUBJECT Once you clearly understand the general purpose of your speech, you are ready to choose a subject. There will undoubtedly be times when you will be asked to deliver a speech on a topic that has already been determined. when doing so, your decision should be based on a number of considerations :
  • 4. Is the subject suited to my purpose? Suppose you are asked to deliver a speech whose general purpose is to inform, the result should be that everyone in the audience will know to fillet a fish when you are done with your speech.
  • 5. Is my subject interesting to me? if you talk enthusiastically about something this enthusiasm is bound to rub off on your audience. With a little imagination and some effort you can make what interests you interesting for your audience.
  • 6. Am I Qualified to speak on this subject? if your interest is recent, you might lack sufficient knowledge or experience to prepare the subject effectively. In some cases it might be better to select a subject with which you are more familiar.
  • 7. Will My Audience Find this Subject Interesting Therefore you will hold the attentions of you audience if your subject interesting to them. An effective way to do this is to use attention factor humor, novelty, suspense, and the like.
  • 8. Will my Audience Find This Subject Useful? If the subject you choose will benefit your audience in some way, it will quite likely hold their attention.
  • 9. Is my Subject Sufficiently Restricted? many beginning speakers try to cover too much in the time available to them. It is far better to deal with a restricted subject in detail than to cover too many points.
  • 10. SPECIFIC PURPOSE Earlier I classified the general purpose for speaking : to entertain, to inform and to persuade. Specific purposes tell more precisely what your intent is.
  • 11. THE CENTRAL IDEA Central idea as a complete sentence will help you plan your comunication more effectly. Central-idea statement is a clear statement of the way in which you plan to develop your speech.

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