INTRODUCTORY SPEECH (30 POINTS)
SPCH 1311: Introduction to Speech Communication
putting together a self introduction speech is sprung on you with very little warning use the few minutes you have before it is your turn to organize your thoughts.
1 S 1/21 Syllabus/Introduction of Speech 1 Expectations
enerally the timing allowed for an introductory speech is about
60 seconds. Going over that is poor form. It eats into everybody's speaking time but more than that rambling on about yourself without point as far as the group is concerned is boring and egotistical.
First impressions have a big impact on how others perceive you, so how you introduce yourself to others is extremely important. Many people call an introductory speech an elevator speech, because it should be succinct enough that you could introduce yourself and tell someone about your goals or interests in the time it takes to ride an elevator. It may also be called an speech, as it breaks the ice and lets others get to know you. Consider your words carefully when you write a speech introducing yourself. Crafting a good self-introduction can either build or harm your credibility.f you've been asked to give the introduction speech for a guest speaker follow the tips below, step by step, and read the example. When you're through preparing your own you'll have a speech you'll be proud to deliver. This section provides some easy, effective techniques with helpful hints and tips on writing an Introduction speech - designed to introduce the speaker and the subject they will be talking about. Read on to make this task as easy as possible... you know you have situations coming up that will call for a self introduction speech start generating one ahead of time. Make yourself an adaptable template using the core elements listed above that you can use whatever the situation you are in. self introduction speech is often called for at a first meeting of
a group. It could be a work based seminar, a hobby group, your new class at the start of the term ...The possibilities are endless.
The first speech is a self-introduction speech. The main purpose of this speech is to give you an opportunity to speak in front of a group. You should demonstrate evidence of planning and preparation; and develop a clearly identifiable thesis, introduction, body, and conclusion.