Public Speaking and Entertainment Speeches

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Public Speaking Tips: What Is an Entertainment Speech?
Posted by admin on Jul 29, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

"entertainment speech"Entertainment speeches are suitable for special events and ceremonies. Their goal is to entertain the audience while delivering a message. Unlike informative or persuasive speeches, they don’t require listeners to learn or to act. The speaker can entertain people through use of humor and/or drama. He should be gracious, relaxed, and spontaneous. This type of speech doesn’t have to be funny. Dramas are entertaining but not funny.

Public speakers can tell jokes and funny stories, share personal experiences, and dramatize an anecdote. These techniques are commonly used in entertainment speeches. For example, you can tell a personal story that reveals a life lesson you’ve learned. It’s recommended to mix humor with more serious morals and experiences. Your speech should be light-hearted and casual. Use simple words and body language to illustrate your point.

Entertainment speeches should be accurate and reflect the truth. Research is crucial to attaining this goal. Find out more about the audience and their presences. Prepare your speech with your listeners in mind. Choose an appropriate topic that your audience will enjoy. Remember, you’re not trying to give them a greater understanding of anything. Your goal is to make them relax and forget about their everyday worries.

Grab people’s attention from the moment you start talking. Reveal the topic of your speech. Ask rhetorical questions to get the audience’s attention. If you want to tell jokes and funny stories, make sure they are appropriate for your audience. Avoid serious topics and controversial issues that drag people down. Carefully organize your message and avoid...
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