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From a toast at a wedding to answering a question in class speeches are used throughout of daily lives Speeches can be used to convey your thoughts and ideas in a way others can follow Even if your thoughts are very clear in your mind a clear speech is crucial if you want others to understand There are four main methods of delivery when giving a speech impromptu manuscript memorized and extemporaneousThe first speech Barack Obamas 2013 Inauguration Speech appears to be a memorized speech Memorized speech delivery is a speech in which the speaker memorizes the speech word for word usually from a manuscript You can tell this is a memorized speech because the president maintains engaging eye contact throughout his speech not looking down or straight at a script You know the speech is not impromptu because it is much to long and in precise to be off the top of his head and you know its not extemporaneous because he doesnt appear to be delivering it from notes and it is very precise Although you can see the presence of teleprompters the president appears confident in his memorized content This delivery method is ideal for the president because he can say a word for word speech making sure nothing is said that may become controversial while still focusing on delivering the speech in a confident and inviting wayThe second speech Martin Luther King I Have A Dream Speech appears to a manuscript delivery speech A manuscript delivery speech is one in which the speaker reads their speech word for word of a prepared paper You can tell this is a manuscript delivery speech because Dr King continually looks down readying off something during his speech This method is appropriate for the speech he is giving and is commonly used in politics because these speeches are often quoted and need to be
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