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Before anyone can learn the process of effective speech writing; it is important to understand the different types of speeches.

1. Informative speech

Informative speeches are made to educate the audience about an unfamiliar or new subject. It does not require visual aid, but the information is presented in the form of facts and figures.

An example of an informative speech is a college tour guide showing the way around college to prospective students and presenting them with facts and figures regarding the campus.

2. Demonstrative Speech

Demonstrative speech is similar to an informative speech; it also educates the audience about something. The only difference is that a demonstrative speech uses visual aid to demonstrate something.

3. Persuasive speech

Persuasive speech papers as the name suggests are there to persuade the audience to agree with the speaker’s point of view. Persuasive speech papers can be consulted to get wide range of ideas on different topics. The speaker gets them to believe that his opinion is the right one. This again is done by presenting convincing and solid evidence to back the argument.

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