Speaking to Inform Playlist
Speaking to Inform #1 The Speech to Inform
Select new and useful information for presentation to the audience.
Organize the information for easy understandability and retention.
Present the information in a way that will help motivate the audience to learn.
Speaking to Inform #2 Resource for Informing
Analyze your audience regarding your chosen subject.
Focus your presentation at the audience’s level of knowledge.
Build a supporting case for each major point using information gathered through research.
Effectively use at least one visual aid to enhance the audience’s understanding.
Speaking to Inform #3 The Demonstration Talk
Prepare a demonstration speech to clearly explain a process, product, or activity.
Conduct the demonstration as part of a speech delivered without notes.
Speaking to Inform #4 A Fact-Finding Report
5–7 minutes speech, 2–3 minutes Q&A
Prepare a report on a situation, event, or problem of interest to the audience.
Deliver sufficient factual information in your report so the audience can make valid conclusions or a sound decision.
Answer questions from the audience.
Speaking to Inform #5 The Abstract Concept
Research and analyze an abstract concept, theory, historical force, or social / political issue.
Present the ideas in a clear, interesting manner.