Transcript of Video
Hi there, this is Ritu and I’m back with my vlog series on ‘How to speak more confidently in public’. Now, let’s talk today about the structure of a speech – how should a speech be structured?
I know they say a beginning, middle and an end is good but what does that really mean? Let’s think of it this way. A beginning is always warming up a subject or introducing an audience to the particular topic at hand. So, why are you here? What is the subject? And why are you talking about that subject? That’s a good way to start.
The middle should comprise not more than three points, ranging at least a minute to a minute and a half each. Make the point, elaborate on it. And the end should be a summation of all of your three points and a thought to leave the audience with. A beginning, a middle and an end. Try it next time and tell me what happens!