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Mrs. B.'s Ch. 12

Speech Ch. 12

A short speech used to build enthusiasm and interest for a guest speaker. Speeches of introduction
A short speech of thanks given by a recipient of a gift or award. Speeches of acceptance
An address of praise or celebration honoring living persons at occasions such as weddings, retirement dinners or roasts. Testimonial speeches
An inspiriational address given at the opening of a large meeting or convention. Keynote speeches
A humorous speech designed primarily to relax and amuse and audience. Speeches to entertain
A speech honoring the recipient of a gift or award. Speeches of presentation
An inspiring address designed to recall heroic events or people. Commermorative speeches
A commemorative speech honoring an individual that has died. Eulogies
An address to honor graduates of a school or university. Commencement speeches
A persuasive speech that promotes and creates a positive image for an organization. Public relations speeches
A short address given with no advance notice and with only a moment or two or preparation. Impromptu speaking
Name the five types of speeches that focus on persons. Introduction, presentation, acceptance, testimonial and eulogy.
Name the five types of speeches that focus on speacial occasions. Keynote, commencement, dedication, public relations and entertain.
Created by: dbalthrop