I mentioned in the previous lesson, the speech will revolve around
a main idea (the key idea) which the speaker will give his/her opinion
speaking gives you an opportunity which you can not waste.
small or large group of people are waiting for what you are going
to say, therefore you have to be extremely selective about the idea
that you want to transmit.
can not waste this opportunity talking about marginal or unrelated
speaker has to be able to get to the core of the subject.
is a good idea to concentrate on just one message making it clear,
than giving several messages as these will just cause confusion.
you are talking in public you need to be very concise, avoiding going
off on a tangent, as what the public will retain is limited.
define the key idea you should reflect on the topic for a while and
when you are convinced you have the key idea then you can develop
main idea will be expressed in the introduction (so that the public
knows the position that you are going to defend) you will give various
arguments during the development and you will state your opinion
in the conclusion.
The speaker's objective needs to be clear so that when he asks for
the public's intervention, the public knows perfectly well his/her
opinion and the arguments as to why he/she has this opinion.