1. Research your topic thoroughly. Identify the points for discussion and decide what you have to say about them.
2. Plan your speech in three parts;

  • The beginning should arouse the interest of the audience.
  • The middle should be devoted to discussion
  • The conclusion should summarize the main points, and if some action is to be taken it clearly tells the audience what they are required.

3. Time your speech to make sure it is neither too long nor too short.
4. Look for some suitable quotations or anecdotes if possible.
5. Arrange your points in such a way that strong points are kept at the beginning.
6. Tailor your speech to the intellectual level and general taste of the audience.
7. Make sure that your delivery is going to be good, rehearse the speech use a tape recorder or video recorder to fine tune your tone and mannerism.

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