What are advantages of extemporaneous speech?


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This type of speech will train students to orate in public and to sway the audience with their opinions, emotions, and speaking styles. There are different types of extemporaneous speech, including persuasive, foreign, and domestic. Often, people who participate in extemporaneous speech will compete in tournaments where they face off against other students. One other advantage of this sort of speech is that excelling at it in contests can help a person build a public name and reputation.

  • Extemporaneous speech facts

Often, students who do extemporaneous speeches will gain a lot of knowledge about domestic or foreign policies, since either of these topics are common subjects for extemporaneous speeches. If a student is interested in politics and has long-range plans to run for office or represent his or her country in a diplomatic way, this sort of speech training can be very beneficial. People who make the seven-minute speeches found in this speech style will develop a smoother, more polished affect when they are communicating with others - especially in a group situation.

  • It's an extracurricular activity

This sort of activity is usually practised in tandem with full-time educational studies at a high school or college. In general, students who are keen on studies in English, history or political science will naturally gravitate towards this sort of extracurricular activity. People with a knack for public debate or oration may eventually seek out careers in law, where a persuasive manner is a huge asset while arguing a client's case in a courtroom.

A teacher may spot some talent in a student and ask them if they'd like to participate as a member of an extemporaneous speech team; however, almost anyone can join this sort of extracurricular activity. Students who do well and win competitions may use their results on their college applications, or post-graduate studies applications.

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