The names "Toastmasters International," "Toastmasters" and the Toastmasters International emblem are trademarks protected in the United States, Canada, and other countries where Toastmasters Clubs exist. Every point should be strongly supported and explained. 110 Speech Topics to Ponder Craig Harrison DTM, PDG 510/547-0664 1. Project 2 - Organize Your Speech EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Good speech organization is essential if your audience is to follow and understand your presentation.

FEAR: False Evidence Appearing Real? My favorite restaurant 2. My favorite world capital city 4. The 8th Wonder of the World… 7. For this project, prepare, rehearse, and deliver a five- to seven-minute informative speech on a subject of your choice that is directed to the interests of your audience. Unauthorized use is prohibited.

If I were president… 5.

The story must be related to the speech topic and appropriate for the audience.

You must take the time to put your ideas together in an orderly manner.

35 Toastmasters Second Speech Topics Oct 29, 2015 Jan 24, 2014 by Brandon Gaille The second toastmasters speech normally addresses the organization of your speech. Learn as much about your audience as you can. Purpose Statements The purpose of this project is for the member to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Evaluator. The Year of the _____ 3.

… My next vacation… 6.

Depending upon the topic you have selected outline your speech in a manner that will best suit its objective. Includes an outline and a PowerPoint presentation. Member Name Date.
Speech Title.

You can organize your speech in several different ways; choose the outline that best suits your topic. Speech Length: 5 – 7 minutes.

The story may be based on an actual personal experience the speaker has had or on a story from another source.
The speaker is to personalize the story.

Evaluation and Feedback—Second Speech. Once you know what to say, consider next the when and the how. 8.

The purpose of this project is for the speaker to present a five- to seven- minute speech that begins with a humorous story. Part of The Better Speaker Series. You need to develop an impactful opening and closing that will fuel the purpose of the speech.