Speeches - Part 4
Pollution is one of the biggest challenges faced by the world today. All the countries are adopting more and more laws on pollution reduction. Still, governmental actions cannot guarantee the complete elimination of this problem. The main thing is to make all the ordinary people understand the importance of this issue and to make them respect the environment they live in.
The global warming is one of the problems which the whole world is aware about. It can be said that it is the product of the society’s development without giving much concern to the nature. Every now and then the countries are addressing this problem to try and find out a solution to this problem.
The best way to understand the essence of writing narrative speeches is to analyze some good examples of them. Below, there is one of such speeches, written by a professional writer.
I do not like to look at the past and never will try to do it, unless I am specifically asked to reflect on my personal experience. Today I am standing here in front of you for the single reason – I was invited to share my experience of being in a critical situation and my way of dealing with stress.
From childhood all of us use persuasion. When we grow older, the means and methods of persuasion are changing, while the general idea is the same: to bring people to your side, to let them accept your opinion or agree with action.
In business persuasion is the foundation of success.
At GCSE level students are often asked to write a speech and present it within certain time limit before their class. The speech has to be informative, grammatically and stylistically correct and compelling. As practice shows, some students get baffled on getting such a task, as they have little idea how to set about writing. However, given that they keep in mind some basic tips, they are sure to succeed.
Writing a speech, informative or persuasive, is similar to writing a paper. Just in case of writing speech you need to pay special attention to choosing words: avoiding words you are not comfortable to pronounce. Usually a speech consists of introductive part, body of the speech and the conclusive part. And the peculiarity of speech is demonstration of your personal attitude to the topic discussed.
Public persuasive speech is a kind of art, when you use words with the purpose to influence the audience. It must involve directing and guiding, appealing to thinking, emotions and logic of a person or an audience.
The purpose is to push listeners to accept your attitude, idea or action presented by you. Plus, the position and idea should be supported by confirming arguments, reasons and supportive information.
Everyone is looking for happiness in life. Of course, it is not always full of happy moments and you have to be ready for it. There are a lot of ways you can live a very happy life. Problems will come and you will have to face them with courage. Along with that you will have to find ways to solve them.