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We all imagine standing before an audience and finally being heard. If you want your words to have relevance and resonance, take the time to craft a proper message people will remember.
Step 1: Master subject
Research and master your subject, whether for class, a student council speech, a wedding toast, a personal statement, or a business lecture. Make sure you cover the topic well.
Because speeches are always situational and sometimes personal, there is no absolutely correct way to write one, but there are plenty of ways to write badly.
Step 2: Consider audience
Consider your intended audience and adjust your story and vocabulary accordingly. Find the simplest vivid language to make a point.
Include everyone in your message, so all feel engaged.
Step 3: Create outline
Outline information according to how you build your argument or present a clear chronology or sequence. Introduce yourself with a brief pertinent biographical profile and define your subject and purpose.
Step 4: Write draft
Write the speech without stopping, second-guessing, or editing to get your thoughts out on paper. Don't worry about the length or timing just yet.
Step 5: Use detail
Detail the middle of your speech with steps or progressions that advance your message, using logical transitions. Illustrate each point with factual support and avoid repitition.
Step 6: Limit commentary
Limit editorial commentary and balance your assertions with a complete rendering of the opposing viewpoint. Your job is to give a fair and full accounting and allow your audience to decide.
Step 7: Edit draft
Edit your draft thoroughly and ask a trusted but critical friend to critique a near-final draft. Read your written speech aloud to eliminate useless information or jokes that looked good on paper but flop when spoken.
Step 8: Make a final point
Make sure you end with a point that wraps things up, preferably a declarative and memorable statement that will ring true; audiences need something to chew on.
Did You Know?
President Abraham Lincoln made changes to the Gettysburg Address the morning of the speech.
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