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    名人演讲赏析

    来源:书业网 时间:2016-08-10

    篇一:名家励志与成才演讲赏析

    名家励志与成才演讲赏析

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    名家励志与成才演讲赏析心得体会

    时间过得真快,转瞬间这学期又过去了一半,时间转瞬的同时带给我的则是一种强烈的危机感,大学生活的迷茫和无助乃至颓废的生活方式,对未来深切的担忧似乎已经充满了我的大脑。

    活,然而到现在仍然没有想出来一个所以然,到了一种颓废的生活方式里面,然状态中度过一天又一天的,念头,我到底做了什最可悲的

    突如其来的大大家都还满怀各种希望,然而随着时间的推移,很多人都不知道路该怎么走了。很大一部分人选择了英雄联盟似的网络游戏,还有一小部分选择了当学霸,还有一部分人,一方面不怎么玩游戏的人,另一方面自己又不好好学习,也有相当一部分人选择经历一段感情。总之,面对如此枯燥的大学生活,大家都有自己的方式去

    度过大学生活,我觉得无论选择怎么样的方式,都没什么错,我相信大家都会得到成长,最终,大家都会经历一次思想上的痛苦,然后收获很多。

    在我的迷茫的大学生活中,我没能爱上英雄联盟,也没能成为学霸,我摆过一段地摊,搞过一段网店,但很遗憾都没能成功。然而,至于,认为有用吧。其实,厚望,一丝丝的可笑。总之,我选择了不学习,创业就像毒品,然而,我所能做的创业仅仅是保安的蛮力阻挠,外来商贩的竞争让我第后来,我也遇到过一些赚钱机会,比如替网店刷信誉,但总觉得这有悖于自己的原则,所以就没有那样做。后来也有很多次创业冲动,但经过仔细评估之后发现并不可行,随后便选择先不做,静静等待机会,创业的心并没有死。或许,我和我所同龄的人所面临的迷茫就是对未来的担忧而自己仿佛又无能无力之后的一种无奈吧。

    谈一下兴趣,我觉得在大学生当中,我算作那一小部分对政治感兴趣的人,我非常喜欢看军事,政治,还有一些社会动态新闻,从小就是这样,中学时最喜欢的一门课是历史,爱看的电视电影也是军事,历史题材的,自认为还是比较爱国的一个青年学生吧,但是我是比较理智的爱国学生奥。知道一些历史,我觉得对自己的帮助挺大的,如何我都会滔滔不绝的说很多,中国严峻的地缘政治形势,道一些,是最起码的。因为河南,经常关注国足。足球,两万多同样喜欢足球的人在一起呐喊

    烦,。业余时间上,继续看自己喜欢的书,现在多多少少看了近60本书了,争取早日破百吧,当然了,数量并不重要。但是,看看总有好处的。继续看新闻,关注时局,偶尔看看球赛。当然这些都不是最重要的,最重要的是未来。继续寻找合适的创业项目,可行的话果断去做。另一方面,开始准备考研,或

    许上升到更高一些的平台上我能看到的东西会更多一些吧,这也作为创业失败的一条退路吧。为什么会把考研当成一条后路呢,因为我不相信研究生学历能带给我所想要的生活。

    聊一聊一些思考,现在愈发觉得自己需要沉淀,无论是性格上还是文化修养以及思想上都需要沉淀,所以我选择多看书,事不做,柱,人格魅力的形成是少不了书,那样

    最后,也欢迎老师多多指导,多给意见。

    篇二:名家励志与成才演讲赏析

    名家励志与成才

    演讲赏析

    学院 班级

    学号

    姓名

    通过上“名家励志与成才演讲赏析”这门课,学习了很多成功人士在通往成功道路上遇到的种种困难以及他们面对困难的百折不挠和坚强的意志、清晰的头脑和处事的果断。先后了解了巨人史玉柱、新东方创始人俞敏洪等成功人士的传奇经历,看着他们的演讲,心里不免充满了激情与澎湃,这也是我们这些人渴望成功以及希望从他们身上找到些许成功的秘诀的表现。

    巨人史玉柱:从巨人汉卡到巨人大厦,从脑白金到黄金搭档,史玉柱是具有传奇色彩的创业者之一。 他曾经是莘莘学子万分敬仰的创业天才,5年时间内跻身财富榜第8位;也曾是无数企业家引以为戒的失败典型,一夜之间负债2.5亿;而如今他又是一个著名的东山再起者,再次创业成为一个保健巨鳄、网游新锐及身家数百亿的企业家。

    当巨人大厦倒塌,讨债人蜂拥而至之时,史玉柱庄重承诺:“欠老百姓的钱一定要还。”也正是出于这种“还债”的动力,史玉柱终于东山再起,且赚钱后的第一件事情就是还债。

    其实,早在1992年,就有知名媒体搞了个民意测验,问人们最崇拜的两个人是谁。答案一出天下惊——一个是比尔·盖茨,另一个就是史玉柱。在1997年巨人集团崩塌之后,有位浙江大学学生致信史玉柱,“你要不站起来,你就伤害了我们这代人的感情”。

    作为一个曾经的失败者,史玉柱认为:“一个人倒下去之后,这个人的价值应该是增加的,因为教训能够使一个人成熟,成功能够使一个人头脑发昏,失败能使一个人更有价值。”

    可以说,任何人都无法躲避失败。成功之人的成功之处,很大部分就在于如何对待失败。史玉柱曾这样说:“当巨人一步步成长壮大的时候,我最喜欢看的是有关成功者的书;在巨人跌倒之后,我看的全是有关失败者的书,希望能从中寻找到爬起来的力量。”面对失败,史玉柱不断总结,不断完善,不断进步,在迷茫的时候总是虚心向别人求教。

    曾有企业家这样说,“如果是现在把我归零,我仍然可以再来一次”。然而,史玉柱则是在资产为负数,甚至负得还很多的时候站了起来。应该说,他是中国迄今为止唯一经历了“大起——大落——又大起”这样一个完整过程的著名企业家,他创造了一个中国乃至全球经济史上绝无仅有的传奇故事。

    其实,史玉柱的成功秘诀很简单,就是执着、诚信、勇于承担责任。

    新东方的创始人俞敏洪:新东方教育科技集团董事长兼总裁俞敏洪也是一个善于总结自己学习中所遇到的经验和教训的企业家。他经过三次高考才最终考上了北京大学,通过对前两次高考失利的总结和继续努力学习才在1980年走进北大的英语系;被广大学生奉为红宝书的《GRE词汇精选》也是俞敏洪对自己背诵词汇的一个总结。

    在北大,俞敏洪是全班惟一从农村来的学生,开始不会讲普通话,结果从A班调到较差的C班。在多数人眼里,俞敏洪属于沉默寡言被别人冷落的后进生,大学毕业时,俞敏洪的成绩依然排在全班最后几名。但是,当时他已经有了一个良好的心态,孤独、耐心、坚韧??所有磨练人的品性他都一一具备了。俞敏洪知道我在聪明上比不过同学,但是俞敏洪有一种能力,就是持续不断地努力。

    俞敏洪成功的秘诀:小时候我父亲做的一件事情到今天还让我记忆犹新。父亲是个木工,常帮别人建房子,每次建完房子,他都会把别人废弃不要的碎砖乱瓦捡回来,或一块两块,或三块五块。有时候在路上走,看见路边有砖头或石块,他也会捡起来放在篮子里带回家。久而久之,我家院子里多出了一个乱七八糟的砖头碎瓦堆。我搞不清这一堆东西的用处,只觉得本来就小的院子被父亲弄得没有了回旋的余地。直到有一天,我父亲在院子一角的小空地上开始左右测量,开沟挖槽,和泥砌墙,用那堆乱砖左拼右凑,一间四四方方的小房子居然拔地而起,干净漂亮地和院子形成了一个和谐的整体。父亲把本来养在露天到处乱跑的猪和羊赶进小房子,再把院子打扫干净,我家就有了全村人都羡慕的院子和猪舍。

    当时我只是觉得父亲很了不起,一个人就盖了一间房子,然后就继续和其他小朋友一起,贫困但不失快乐地过我的农村生活。等到长大以后,才逐渐发现父亲做的这件事给我带来的深刻影响。从一块砖头到一堆砖头,最后变成一间小房子,我父亲向我阐释了做成一件事情的全部奥秘。一块砖没有什么用,一堆砖也没有什么用,如果你心中没有一个造房子的梦想,拥有天下所有的砖头也是一堆废物;但如果只有造房子的梦想,而没有砖头,梦想也没法实现。

    我生命中的三件事证明了这一思路的好处。第一件是我的高考,目标明确:要上大学,第一第二年我都没考上,我的砖头没有捡够,第三年我继续拚命捡砖头,终于进了北大;第二件是我背单词,目标明确:成为中国最好的英语词汇老

    师之一,于是我开始一个一个单词背,在背过的单词不断遗忘的痛苦中,我父亲捡砖头的形象总能浮现在我眼前,最后我终于背下了两三万个单词,成了一名不错的词汇老师;第三件事是我做新东方,目标明确:要做成中国最好的英语培训机构之一,然后我就开始给学生上课,平均每天给学生上六到十个小时的课,很多老师倒下了或放弃了,我没有放弃,十几年如一日。每上一次课我就感觉多捡了一块砖头,梦想着把新东方这栋房子建起来。到今天为止我还在努力着,并已经看到了新东方这座房子能够建好的希望。

    通过以上两个案例,我们知道成功首先要拥有梦想,其次还要坚持梦想并为之不懈的努力。就像捡砖头一样,先要有造房子的梦想,然后开始捡砖块,日积月累,梦想终会成真。还有最重要的一点就是要“诚信”。诚信是为人之道,是立身处事之本。

    篇三:名人演讲赏析讲义

    Chapter Ⅰ An overview

    Ⅰ.Why we study public speech?

    --Gain favorable recognition

    --Become confident

    --Realize potential

    --Improve English

    Ⅱ.The essentials of a speech

    Objective

    Audience

    Venue

    Time and Length

    Method

    Content

    Notes

    Rehearsal

    Ⅲ. Procedures of speech preparation

    Deciding on a topic

    Collecting Materials

    Organizing Materials

    Outlining

    Rehearsal

    Ⅳ. Components of speech

    ---The introduction

    ·welcome your audience

    “Good morning, ladies and gentlemen.”

    ·introduce your subject

    “I am gong to talk today about…”

    “The purpose of my presentation is to introduce…”

    ·explain the structure of your speech

    “I’ve divided my presentation into four parts. They are…”

    “Today, I’ll mainly talk about these three points…”

    ·explain rules for questions

    “Do feel free to interrupt me if you have any questions.”

    “I’ll try to answer all of your questions after the presentation.”---The body

    ·present the subject itself

    To begin a topic or point:

    “So, to start with, I’d like to talk about…”

    “The first problem today is that…”

    “Let’s go to the first topic…”

    To finish a topic or point:

    “That’s all that I have to say about that.”

    “The above is my understanding of…”

    “Just now we have covered the point of…”

    To begin a new topic or point:

    “Now, let’s turn to…”

    “OK, we’ll move on to…”

    “The next point I’d like to make is…”

    “I’d like to continue now by looking at…”

    ---The conclusion

    ·summarize your speech

    “To conclude/In conclusion…”

    “To sum up…”

    ·thank your audience

    “Many thanks for your attention.”

    “May I thank you all for being such an attentive audience.”

    ·invite questions

    “Are there any questions?”

    “Do you have any questions?”

    “Can I answer any questions?”

    Ⅴ. Requirements of language -----------Simplicity and Clarity

    ﹡Simple and clear language

    ﹡Short words and short sentences

    ﹡Avoid jargon unless it can be understood

    ﹡Concrete facts rather than abstract ideas

    ﹡Active verbs instead of passive verbs

    Ⅵ. Varieties of speech

    ▲ Narrative speech

    ▲ Ceremonial speech

    ▲ Informative speech

    ▲ Persuasive speech

    △ Group speech

    Chapter Ⅱ Narrative speech

    Ⅰ. Introductory speech

    1. Autobiographical speech

    It’s great to have a chance to introduce myself to you all. My name is Zhang le. I’m a student of physics at Beijing University, China. I am here in UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) to broaden my horizon in this summer vacation. I like camping, but we don’t have much in China. So I hope we would have a chance to enjoy the beautiful nature with you. Do come and join us. Thank you.

    2. Job interview speech

    -General brief introduction

    -Work experience

    -Quality or character

    I was born and raised in Xi’an, Shaan’xi province. I will graduate from Xi’an International Studies University in July. My degree is in English teaching. I got a brilliant academic result in college and I have passed the TAM 4 examination. For the pass two years, I have been taking a part-time job as a tutor. I am a young man of great responsibility and high energy. I am now looking for a team environment where I can bring my potential into play.

    3. Other introduction

    New Beijing

    There are a lot more wonderful and exciting events waiting for you in the new(来自:WWw.cssyq.Com 书业网:名人演讲赏析) Beijing, a modern metropolis with more than 3,000 years of cultural treasures woven into the urban tapestry.

    people from around the world.

    They believe that if the 2008 Olympics is held in Beijing, it will help enhance the harmony between our culture and diverse other cultures around world. Ⅱ. Storytelling speech

    ※ Storytelling helps develop:

    imagination, listening skills, language skills, memory skills, interpretative skills, confident public presentation, confident use of the voice.

    This is a city of millions of friendly people who love to meet

    Chapter Ⅲ Ceremonial speech

    1. Introduction to ceremonial speech

    Ceremonial speeches shares aims, beliefs and aspirations among the members of a group. They include speeches of introduction, giving and receiving awards, inspiration and celebration etc.

    2. Techniques of ceremonial speech

    * IDENTIFICATION 一体化

    Create close feeling among the members of the audience, and between the audience and the speaker.

    ﹡Narrative ----- recall shared golden moments

    ﹡Recognition of heroes ------ recognize specific individuals who made truly unusual contributions or they are representatives

    ﹡Renewal of group commitment ------ share with the audience a vision of what the future can be like if their commitment continues

    * MAGNIFICATION 放大

    Select and emphasize features of a subject for the purpose of emphasizing values.

    3. Varieties of ceremonial speeches

    * Wedding speech

    * Birthday speech

    * New Year’s speech

    * Offering and receiving an award

    * Banquet and party speech

    * Hosting a meeting

    * Welcome and farewell

    * Opening and anniversary

    * Appointment, transfer and promotion

    篇四:英语名人演讲赏析

    英语名人演讲赏析

    English Public Speaking

    Chapter Ⅰ Introduction to public speaking

    I. The Tradition of Public Speaking

    ?Orator: a person with special skills in public speaking

    ?Rhetoric: the art of effective communication between a speaker (or a writer) and an audience.

    ?The earliest record in China: Book of history(shangshu),which exemplifies two types of speech: taking oath(shi)and imperial mandate(gao).

    ?The intrigues of the Warring States(zhanguoce)

    ?Tang Dynasty: BUddhists, sermons and sutra lectures

    ?

    Organizing your thoughts logically

    ?Tailoring your message to the audience

    ?Telling a story for maximum impact 2. ? ? Public speaking requires more formal language

    ? Public speaking requires a different method of delivery

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    9. III.Why we study public speech? --Gain favorable recognition --Become confident--Realize potential --Improve English IV.The essentials of a speech Objective Audience Venue Time and LengthMethod Content Notes Rehearsal V. Features of public speaking1.针对性 in accordance with audience2.思想性having a definite idea 3.鼓动性encouraging 4.感人性involving audience emotionally5.灵活性flexibility VI. Components of speech ?The introduction ?function ?adress ?format ?examples ?welcome your audience “Good morning, ladies and gentlemen.” ?introduce your subject “I am gong to talk today about…”“The purpose of my presentation is to introduce…” ?explain the structure of your speech “I’ve divided my presentation into four parts. They are…” “Today, I’ll mainly talk about these three points…” ?explain rules for questions “Do feel free to interrupt me if you have any questions.” “I’ll try to answer all of your questions after the presentation.” 2. The body present the subject itself ? To begin a topic or point: ? “So, to start with, I’d like to talk about…”“The first problem today is that…” “Let’s go to the first topic…” ?To finish a topic or point: “That’s all that I have to say about that.” “The above is my understanding of…” “Just now we have covered the point of…” ?To begin a new topic or point: ?“Now, let’s turn to…”“OK, we’ll move on to…” “The next point I’d like to make is…” “I’d like to continue now by looking at…” 3.The conclusion ?summarize your speech“To conclude/In conclusion…”“To sum up…” ?thank your audience “Many thanks for your attention.”“May I thank you all for being such an attentive audience.” ?invite questions“Are there any questions?”“Do you have any questions?” “Can I answer any questions?” VII. Procedures of speech preparation Select a topic for your speechUse the audience centered approach to select your topic. compose your specific purpose statement, central idea, and main points use the audience centered approach as you compose these. research your speechinternet resources- virtual library be audience centered – audience analysis who is your audience and what are their needs? supporting your speech use support materials that are: pertinent, varied, sufficient, detailed, appropriate outlining your speechuse the basic informative outline to organize materials select visual aids for your speechguidelines and tips for using visual aids practicing your speechperfect practice makes perfect using creative visualization to ensure a successful speech

    tips on using visualization to help prepare you for your presentation.

    10. presenting your speech on speech day

    tips on giving effective presentations and tips on dealing with that “extra energy” on “Game Day”.

    VIII. Presenting the speech

    1. using language

    1) using language accurately

    2) using language clearlyuse familiar words choose concrete words eliminate clutter

    3) using language vividly

    A: imagery: the use of vivid language to create mental images of objects, actions, or ideas.

    ? Concrete words Simile metaphor

    B: Rhythm: the pattern of sound in a speech created by the choice and arrangement of words.

    ? Parallism Alliterationantithesis

    4) using language appropriately

    ? appropirateness to the occasion ? appropriateness to the topic

    ? appropriateness to the audience ? appropriateness to the speaker

    5) using language inclusively

    ? avoid the generic “He”

    ? avoid using “Man” when referring to both men and women

    ? avoid stereotying jobs and social roles by Gender

    ? use names the groups use to identify themselves

    2. Delivering the speech

    1) what is good delivery?2) methods of delivery

    ? Reading from a menuscript

    (manuscript speech: a speech that is written out word for word and read to the audience.)

    ? Reciting from memory Speaking impromptu

    (impromptu speech: a speech delivered with little or no immediate preparation.)

    ? Speaking extemporaneously

    (extemporaneous speech: a carefully prepared and rehearsed speech that is presented from a brief set of notes.)

    3) speaker’s voice

    Volume

    Pitch: the highness or lowness of a speaker’s voice.

    Rate

    Pauses: a momentary break in the vocal delivery of a speech.

    Vocal variety: changes in a speaker’s rate, pitch, and volume that give the voice interest and expressiveness.

    Pronunciation

    Articulation: the physical production of particular speech sounds.

    4) the speaker’s body

    ? Personal appearance

    ? Eye contact

    ? Gestures

    ? Movement

    5) practicing delivery ( five steps)

    3. using visul aids

    1) kinds of visual aids

    ? Objects and models

    ? Photographs and drawings

    ? Graphs

    ? Charts

    ? Video

    ? The speaker

    ? Powerpoint

    2) tips for preparing visual aids

    ? Keep visual aids simple

    ? Make sure visual aids are large enough

    ? Use fonts that are easy to read

    ? Use color effectively

    3) tips for presenting visual aids

    ? Display visual aids where listeners can see them Explain visual aids

    ? Avoid passing visual aids among the audience

    ? Display visual aids only while discussing them

    ? Talk to the audience, not to your visual aids

    ? Practice with your visual aids

    ? Check the room and equipment

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    3. Ⅵ. Varieties of speech Speaking to inform Speaking to persuade Speaking on special occasions Speaking in competitions Speeches for appreciation and analysis Chapter Ⅱ informative speech Informative speech: a speech designed to convey knowledge and understanding. An informative speech is one in which you provide your audience with new and useful information about a significant topic. Basically, there are three types of informative speeches: Speeches of description attempt to give the audience a clear picture of a particular activity, object, person, or place. Speeches of Explanation inform the audience about subjects that are typically more abstract than the subjects of descriptive or demonstration speeches. Speeches of Demonstration attempt to show an audience how to do something or how something works (describing a process). I. Types of informative speeches: ananlysis and organization ? Speeches about objects Speeches about processesSpeeches about events Speeches about concepts Tips for informative speaking Don't overestimate what the audience knows Don't be too technicalPersonalize your ideasAvoid abstractionsBe creative Summary Chapter Ⅲ Speaking to persuade The differences between persuasive speeches and informative speeches They are on a continuum; Informative ————> Persuasive Persuasive speeches urge us to choose from among options; informative speeches reveal and clarify options. Persuasive speeches ask the audience for more commitment than do informative speeches. The ethical obligations for persuasive speakers are even greater than for informative speakers. The persuasive speaker is a leader; the informative speaker is a teacher. Types of persuasion This refers to something that we can know to be either true or false, but right now we can argue about it. “TV violence causes real world violence.” “Stocks will continue to rise.” Here is where we argue something is right or wrong, moral or immoral, or better or worse than another thing. “It is wrong to drive over the speed limit.” “Pepsi is better than Coke.” “It is better to live together before marriage.”Here is where we argue that some action should or should not be taken.“To persuade my audience that they should donate blood.” Speeches organization: Motivated Sequence Pattern 积极顺序模式

    ? Attention: Focus listeners’ attention? Need: Demonstrate that a real problem exists

    ?Satisfaction: Propose a solution to solve the demonstrated problem? Visualization: Give listeners a vision of the impact of the solution? Action: Ask listeners to think, feel, or do something to bring the proposal solution into being.

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    3. Persuasive speeches on questions of fact ? analyzing questions of fact organizing speeches on questions of fact

    4. Persuasive speeches on questions of value ? analyzing questions of value organizing speeches on questions of value

    5. Persuasive speeches on questions of policy

    ? types of speeches on questions of policyorganizing speeches on questions of policy

    6. Methods of persuasion

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    ? 7.Sample speech Chapter IV speaking on special occasions I. Introductory speech Autobiographical speech It’s great to have a chance to introduce myself to you all. My name is Zhang le. I’m a student of physics at Beijing University, China. I am here in UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) to broaden my horizon in this summer vacation. I like camping, but we don’t have much in China. So I hope we would have a chance to enjoy the beautiful nature with you. Do come and join us. Thank you. Job interview speech -General brief introduction -Work experience -Quality or character I was born and raised in Xi’an, Shaan’xi province. I will graduate from Xi’an International Studies University in July. My degree is in English teaching. I got a brilliant academic result in college and I have passed the TAM 4 examination. For the pass two years, I have been taking a part-time job as a tutor. I am a young man of great responsibility and high energy. I am now looking for a team environment where I can bring my potential into play. 3. Other introductionNew Beijing There are a lot more wonderful and exciting events waiting for you in the new Beijing, a modern metropolis with more than 3,000 years of cultural treasures woven into the urban tapestry. This is a city of millions of friendly people who love to meet people from around the world. They believe that if the 2008 Olympics is held in Beijing, it will help enhance the harmony between our culture and diverse other cultures around world. II. speeches of presentation A speech that presents someone a gift, an award, or some other form of public recognition. II. speeches of acceptance a speech that gives thanks for a gift, an award, or some other form of public recognition. Tips for acceptance speeches: Modestly express your gratitude Thanks those who made your achievement possible Emphasize the values that the award represents to you Make sure that your language fits the occasion Indicate your plans for the future Never apologize or disclaim your worthiness for the award

    III. Toasts

    IV. A speech of greeting, celebration, or thanks, usually in conjunction with a meal or reception.

    V. commemorative speeches a speech that pays tribute to a person, a group of people, an institution, or an idea. VI. ceremonial speech

    Ceremonial speeches shares aims, beliefs and aspirations among the members of a group. They include speeches of introduction, giving and receiving awards, inspiration and celebration etc.

    1.Techniques of ceremonial speech

    * IDENTIFICATION 一体化

    Create close feeling among the members of the audience, and between the audience and the speaker.

    ﹡Narrative ----- recall shared golden moments

    ﹡Recognition of heroes ------ recognize specific individuals who made truly unusual contributions or they are representatives

    ﹡Renewal of group commitment ------ share with the audience a vision of what the future can be like if their commitment continues

    * MAGNIFICATION 放大

    Select and emphasize features of a subject for the purpose of emphasizing values.

    2. Varieties of ceremonial speeches

    * Wedding speech* Birthday speech* New Year’s speech* Offering and receiving an award

    * Banquet and party speech* Hosting a meeting * Welcome and farewell

    * Opening and anniversary* Appointment, transfer and promotion * Eulogies 颂词;悼词* Toasts 祝酒词 Chapter V. speaking in competitions

    I. competitions as communication

    II. prepared speechpreparation and presentationcreativitysample speech with commentary III. impromptu speech

    IV. preparation and presentation developing a fund of knowledge sample speeches with commenarty V. question-and-answer session preparation and presentation sample speech with commentary VI. detatestrategies and techniques preparation and practicesample speech with commentary