Selecting A Topic Follow Up

May 12, 2011 at 6:22 pm 1 comment

It was interesting to find out that the two topics that people make their speech on was something, they’re already familiar with and something they would like to do more research on and become familiar with.  Although most people feel more comfortable speaking about something they already have knowledge of, I feel that making a speech on something you don’t have much knowledge on would be more interesting to do.  Doing a topic you’re not familiar with might make you show more passion and emotion, mainly because it is something you’ve researched and the knowledge you had to obtain on the topic.  Asking the audience a question  about your topic is one affective way to get them involved into your topic as much as you are.



Entry filed under: By Eric, public speaking, Speech Topics, Uncategorized.

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  • 1. fawley10  |  May 21, 2011 at 1:26 am

    I agree. There are both positive and negative aspects of the two ways of finding a topic for a speech. Good points though!



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