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You will retell the poem in another. There are really only a few ideas an audience is going to grasp and remember. People have done research on how much people remember from a speech, and it's amazingly little. You know, in a speech people can't look back if they miss something, like they can in a book. Sweeney: And you always want to know what your bite is, your sound bite. It should be snappy but clearly connected to your central idea, not just an unrelated one-liner.
After deciding on a theme, you have to consider the tone of your speech. Every step of the way, the Insiders said, you must remember that what you're writing will be read aloud, not on a page. A speech must be appropriate for the size and location of your audience, as well as for its familiarity with your topic. Also, successful speeches have a conversational tone, in the hope that people will almost forget that what they're hearing is a prepared text. Begala: Always remember you're writing a speech, not an essay.
Your points have to be clearer and your sentences have to be shorter, because people can understand a lot more complex things when they're reading than when they're listening. Lehrman: In a speech draft, you'll see a lot of things English teachers would be horrified at -- sentence fragments, no verbs -- much more the way people talk than the formal way they write. Sweeney: So it helps a lot if you always read your speech out loud while you're working on it. Now you know what you want to say and how you want to say it.
But how should your speech begin? The opening lines of a speech are critical to its success, the Insiders said. Grant: You always want to establish some kind of rapport with the audience first. You want to establish up front this connection, so they will continue to listen to you.
Your first opportunity is with the acknowledgments, to establish a rapport with the people who are in the front of the audience. The next thing you usually do is tell a few jokes. Grant: If you have a situation like the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, where it's inappropriate to use jokes, telling a very personal story can serve the same purpose to get them to identify with you. The Insiders warned that if an audience isn't listening, it doesn't much matter what you say.
Try to make audiences identify and sympathize with a speaker early on in a speech, so they'll want to hear what he or she has to say. One of the best ways to do this, the Insiders said, is to tell stories or anecdotes that illustrate a topic, or show that the topic is something that could have a real effect on the audience.
Lehrman: It's not enough to provide a bunch of statistics to prove that something is true. People need anecdotal material, stories, to make a point. Lehrman: Also, be concrete. It's concrete detail that keeps people interested. Which is a more effective line, "The president's gone abroad," or "The president's hopped on a jet to Rome"?
Begala: For instance, if you're talking to high school seniors about Vietnam and you tell them that it ended in , well, that may even be before they were born, a whole generation ago to them. But if you tell them that the average age of a combat soldier in Vietnam was 19, and they're 17, it strikes a lot closer to home. Now you've reached the heart of your speech. The Insiders said you should keep things simple and make sure to tell your audience what you're going to say before you say it, so they won't miss your point.
For example, if you're trying to get people to agree with your solution to a problem, make sure you tell them why the problem is so serious. Grant: When you start in with what you're talking about, you usually try to limit it to two or three points under the main topic. Begala: Try to signpost the things you're going to be talking about — you know, "Today I want to talk to you about three great issues facing America," and then list those three things.
Lehrman: You say, "Here's a problem, here's why things are terrible," and in the second part, "Here's what we can do to make things better. Grant: And usually between points two and three you want to put in some more jokes, so there isn't this thud in the middle of the speech, boring everybody to tears because it's all policy. Then you come to the end, and try briefly to reiterate what you've just said.
It's inappropriate to do jokes there. You want to leave it with a serious thought, and then say your good-byes.