AFTER-DINNER SPEECH Key Points? Choose a specific audience which requires clear adaptations. Inspire and entertain that audience with a 2-6 minute speech. Audience Analysis Sheet due January 13 beginning of class. AUDIENCE/INSPIRE/ENTERTAIN Who will you speak to? Retired librarians? HS sports parents? 2nd graders? Pheasant hunters? A room full of Speech teachers? Dungeons & Dragons™ basement dwellers? Audience can not be 9-12th graders. In fact, it will be better if the audience is as different as possible. AUDIENCE/INSPIRE/ENTERTAIN Adapting for your audience Pro soccer players? Try these: Stories about great individual players, games, World Cups Facts about great individual players, games, World Cups Rules of the game Language specific to the sport (50/50, Wall Pass, Pitch) Jokes about the sport Clothing appropriate for this audience AUDIENCE/INSPIRE/ENTERTAIN Adapting for your audience English teachers? Try these: Anecdotes from your experience Quotes from great authors/literature Puns Literary journal citations Clothing appropriate for this audience AUDIENCE/INSPIRE/ENTERTAIN Your turn On your own: Brainstorm 3 varied audiences For each potential audience, list four ways to adapt specifically to that audience. With a friend: Share your lists Choose one Share with the class AUDIENCE/INSPIRE/ENTERTAIN How might you adapt your speech if. . . You are speaking to a room full of librarians? You are speaking to a room full of 5th grade boys? You are speaking to the JM Principals? You are speaking to your best friend while hanging out? Choose a specific audience which requires clear adaptations. (Worksheet due Monday, January 13.) AUDIENCE/INSPIRE/ENTERTAIN Take five minutes to begin brainstorming ideas on your handout. INSPIRE/ENTERTAIN AUDIENCE/ You must move your audience to act or feel a specific way Consider your persuasive appeals (Ethos/Logos/Pathos) For example Librarians – promote reading so more books are checked out 5th Grade boys – take care of their personal hygiene JM Principals – have seniors graduate a week earlier Looking back at the audience you and a friend chose earlier, brainstorm two possible ways to inspire them. Be ready to share. ENTERTAIN AUDIENCE/INSPIRE/ This needs to be a light-hearted speech • Jokes (the interwebs is your friend) • Amusing stories (the interwebs is your friend) • Humor techniques (PP and worksheet) • Top Ten list AFTER-DINNER SPEECH Key Points? Choose a specific audience which requires clear adaptations. Inspire and entertain that audience with a 2-6 minute speech. Audience Analysis Sheet due Monday, January 13, beginning of class. SAMPLE AFTER-DINNER Inspiring? Entertaining? Adapted for the audience? Wedding Toast mple After-Dinner George Alexander Charalambous: Winner After Dinner Speaking - at World Youth Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championship 2010. The Vampire Speech!! YOUR TURN – SPEECH FINAL : PART I • Create a 2-6 minute speech to present for your final speech and speech final. 60 points • Word process an outline following correct outline procedures. (The informative speech outline handout will be helpful here.) 30 points • Word process a Works Cited page documenting your source/s. (If you are the only source, you may document this on your outline use the format we used with the demonstration speech. If you have more than one source, create a Works Cited page using the MLA format.) Included in outline 30 points. • Prepare and practice using note cards. 10 points.