Lernziele Learn about the main structural elements of a speech- opening, body and conclusion. Learn to control the length of each of these elements and make the transitions between them smooth. Learn about the cognitive limitations of the audience when listening to a speech. Projektanforderungen Having completed the first three projects Ressourcen Mikrofon: May be used Notizblock: May be used Präsentationsprogramm: Must not be used Pult: May be used Timing Teil 1 Rede 8 min 9 min 10 min Analyse 4 min 5 min 6 min Teil 2 Rede 5 min 6 min 7 min Projektübersicht This is a two-part project, to be done in two meetings (not necessarily consecutive) For the first part, you need to do a Speech Analysis of a selected speech for structure. For the second part, you need to prepare and deliver a speech that has a clear opening, body and conclusion. The opening and the conclusion must be clearly distinguishable from the body and the speech should flow smoothly from one to another, using transitions. Roughly speaking, the opening and the conclusion should take no more than 20% of the whole speech. The opening should be strong, capture the attention of the audience and immediately address the question "What will I get from your speech?" The body should also be structured into a set of sub points - up to a maximum of five, that follow one of the basic orderings: Chronological ordering (sub points are ordered chronologically and follow a time pattern) Spatial ordering (sub points are ordered spatially and proceed in a particular direction - along a path ortop to bottom / bottom to top ) Causal ordering (sub points are ordered in pairs in such a way that they show a cause - effect relationship) Faceted or Topical ordering (sub points address different and independent aspects of the issue) Problem/Solution ordering (sub points are ordered in pairs in such a way that each pair shows a problem and a solution to that problem) The closing should be strong, summarize the main pointsof the speech and conclude with a specific "call to action" or last key message or thought as a take-away. Projektbeschreibung (In Progress) Hinweise für den Evaluator Part 1 - Speech Analysis Part 2 - Speech Delivery Tipps & Tricks ... Externe Ressourcen ... Hinweis: Bitte informieren Sie sich immer im offiziellen Agora Speakers International Wiki über die aktuellsten Versionen der Bildungsprojekte.