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Speech Writing Tips

Supposing you have been given the task or writing a speech for a certain occasion, be it a wedding, a funeral, graduation or any other public ceremony. You don't have to sweat or run away from your home just because you don't know what to do. Here are some good speech writing tips.

The first speech writing tip you need to know is: planning. Yes, you need to plan for the speech. Planning involves you doing a lot of research so as to have necessary information on: what the occasion is; who will attend the function, and what are their expectations; what will be the purpose of the function; and who will be the speaker at the function.

After you have planned, the second speech writing tip is to know how to write effectively. A good writing must have an introduction, a main body and a conclusion. This is what is referred to as the structure. The beginning of your speech is very important, since it will determine whether the audience will continue to listen to you or not. This is a very important speech writing tip. An introduction should therefore be captivating and interesting enough to grab the attention of the listener and to keep them glued to their seats, listening to you. To catch the attention of your audience, you can decide to begin your speech by raising a question that provokes the audience to think. You can also choose to begin by making a controversial statement. These strategies are sure to grab the audience's attention.

Another speech writing tip concerns the body of your speech. The body being the largest part of the speech should present all your arguments and musings on the subject of the speech. Organize the points you want to raise in a logical manner and present them in this part of the speech.

After the body, the other speech writing tip is about the conclusion of your speech. This part of your speech should contain the strongest material of the speech, since it is the closing part. Summarize your main points and present them here. However, don't let the conclusion be a repetition of the other parts of the speech.

After you have written the speech, the last speech writing tip you should know about concerns the delivery of the speech. Decide on whether you will use a script, notes or memory in delivering the speech.


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