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The Conclusion is the ending of a [[speech]].  It should adhere to the [[Speech Contest]] rules, if the [[speech]] is given in a [[contest]].  In general, a Conclusion should logically wrap up the [[speech]], and many people believe a speech should end with a "bang" to have the biggest impact.  For imformative [[speech]]es, the Conclusion should summarize what has been said in the [[body]] of the [[speech]] so that the audience is clear on what information is being imparted.
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The Conclusion is the ending of a [[speech]].  It should adhere to the [[Speech Contest]] rules, if the [[speech]] is given in a [[contest]].  In general, a Conclusion should logically wrap up the [[speech]], and many people believe a speech should end with a "bang" to have the biggest impact.  For informative [[speech]]es, the Conclusion should summarize what has been said in the [[body]] of the [[speech]] so that the audience is clear on what information is being imparted.

Latest revision as of 11:04, 26 June 2016

The Conclusion is the ending of a speech. It should adhere to the Speech Contest rules, if the speech is given in a contest. In general, a Conclusion should logically wrap up the speech, and many people believe a speech should end with a "bang" to have the biggest impact. For informative speeches, the Conclusion should summarize what has been said in the body of the speech so that the audience is clear on what information is being imparted.