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How to Write an Expository Speech A Successful Speech Much of the success of a speech relies on careful preparation. Writing the speech is a vital step, which should continue to be perfected throughout the planning stage. An expository speech is simply an explanation of how something works or the steps of how to do something. Both styles of an expository speech should follow certain guidelines to be both informative and interesting. 1. The introduction of an informational speech should capture t
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    How to Write an Expository Speech   A Successful SpeechMuch of the success of a speech relies on careful preparation. Writing the speech is a vital step,which should continue to be perfected throughout the planning stage. An expository speech issimply an explanation of how something works or the steps of how to do something. Both styles of an expository speech should follow certain guidelines to be both informative and interesting.1.   The introduction of an informational speech should capture the attention of the audience.To do this, tell a humorous or emotional story, a joke, a quote, or give an interesting statistic.No matter the attention-getter, this introduction should be related to the topic and beable to transition into the main part of the speech easily. After the attention-getter, list thepoints of the speech in a logical order. Create at least three points, more if the speech is longor the topic complicated. The points should cover the topic, dividing it into logical areas of discussion.2.   Start talking about the first point by using a transition sentence such as, First of all. . . andthen stating your first point. When ending, restate the first point and then transition into thesecond point by saying, The next part. . . or Next, I will talk about. . . or any other cuethat lets the audience know a new point has begun. Be sure to use ending and beginningcues between each point for clarity. Repetition is necessary for the audience to retain theinformation.3.   Begin the conclusion by repeating the points. End with a poignant statement that creates a full circle by referring to the same idea presented in the introduction. For instance, finishthe story or explain the quote. Just be sure the conclusion feels complete.4.   Use an attention-getter to begin a how-to speech. As with any other speech, the quote,statistic, or other introductory device should support the topic. Present the points next.These should be the actual steps to the project stated in a logical order.5.   The body of the speech contains the points, or steps, of the topic. State the first step, explain,then end by repeating the point again. Begin the next section by stating the second point. Besure to use these transitions between points so that the audience will clearly recognize thenew section. As opposed to essay writing in which too much repetition bores a reader, aspeech should repeat key ideas since the audience cannot review previous sections as in apaper.
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