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Public-Speaking General Guidelines
receive. You  should  arrange  the  information l  Tell  ‘em  what  you  said. logically.  Move  from  basic  ideas  to  more  complex ones,  give  information  chronologically,  and  try  to take  them  from  known  to  unknown  as  smoothly  as possible.  Public  speeches  should  be  limited  to  three or  four  main  ideas  that  you  can  expound  on.  Too many  themes  will  confuse  the  audience  and  make retention  of  important  ideas  more  difficult. Conclusion  or  Close In  the  conclusion  or  closing  portion  of  your speech,  it  is  important  to  summarize  the  main points.  Also  offer  a  remotivation  of  some  kind  to reinforce  the  idea  that  they  will  benefit  from  the information  received.  The  last  part  of  your  close will  ask  for  questions. Three T’s of Public Speaking As you read through the introduction, body, and conclusion parts of a short speech, you can see that it  is  designed  to  do  the  following: l  Tell  ’em  what  you’re  gonna  say. l   Tell   ’em. These  are  what  is  known  as  the  three  T’s  of  public speaking. This simple idea is a great organizational key  for  prepared  or  impromptu  speeches. DELIVERY  TECHNIQUES How you say what you say is just as important as what  you  say.  Say,  what?  The  idea  is  that  delivery of   your   speech   is   important   if   you   want   your audience  to  listen,  learn,  and  remember.  By  using good   personal   techniques,   effective   training   aids, fielding questions professionally, and following some general  public-speaking  guidelines,  you  can  ensure the  success  of  your  presentation. Primary Personal Techniques The   primary   personal   techniques   of   public speaking   are   voice,   eye   contact,   gestures,   and attitude.   Putting   them   into   an   anagram,   VEGA, makes  it  easy  to  perform  your  own  public-speaking checklist. Vega   is   the   brightest   star   in   the constellation  Lyra.    Close  attention  to  VEGA  can make  you  a  public-speaking  star,  as  suggested  by figure 7-5. Figure 7-5.–VEGA can make you a public-speaking star. 7-17

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