Content Lesson 2: Subject Development

Content Lesson 2 focuses on Subject Development and how write your presentations in a logical and coherent order.
Create and develop main points
Use logical development
Make the theme stand out
Use proper timing and quantity of material

Have you ever had difficulty writing a speech or presentation? Maybe you didn’t know where to start!  Be assured, you are not alone in the way you feel. There are ways for you to build confidence in writing content and speeches that are presented in front of a group of people. Anyone can achieve this confidence with the right tools and practice.

We’ve designed eight classes that pinpoint eight different keys to writing speeches and presentations that will help you achieve success in public speaking. This class encompasses the second of eight writing methods in the Ovation Public Speaking tutorial. The subject is Subject Development.

The class is designed to aid you in crafting a presentation for an audience, so that you can be well understood and professional. This class will benefit any student who wants to excel at public speaking at school or also any business professionals who want to excel and build their career.

Highlights of this course:

● Defining Your Theme

● Organizing Your Material

● Logical Progression

● Develop the Right Timing

● Having the Right Quantity of Material

● Introducing and Applying Main Points

● Dangers to Avoid

Includes the following:

● Over 40 minutes of Instructor Video

● Interactive Practice Sessions

● Skill building exercises

The way this class is structured is by dividing it into three parts. Each part will have video lectures first. Throughout the video lectures there are interactive practice sessions, practical suggestions, and tips on ways you can practice and improve for each point. You are invited to pause the video during the lecture and practice the point. At the end of each part, there are a series of exercises to help you practice and gain experience.

This comprehensive course can be taken at the pace of the student. It requires a basic understanding of English, and a desire to improve your speech writing ability.

Subject Development - Part 1

1
Introduction to Part 1
2
Define Your Theme
3
Choose Main Points
4
Organize Your Material
5
Exercises for Part 1

Subject Development - Part 2

1
Introduction to Part 2
2
Logical Progression
3
Timing
4
Quantity of Material
5
Exercises for Part 2

Subject Development - Part 3

1
Introduction to Part 3
2
Introducing Main Points
3
Applying Main Points
4
What Not to Do
5
Exercises and Conclusion
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