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Creating Speeches A Decision-Making Approach by Nancy Goulden

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ISBN 100072352833
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to make sure she/he has grasped that information before the speaker moves on to the next point. 7. Attach a Bibliography. A bibliography is a list of the books, magazines, and newspapers you consulted in preparing your speech. Use MLA format in noting your bibliography. The key is consistency, clarity of presentation, and accuracy. So make sure that the title of your speech is catchy and then people will be looking forward to it even before the event. Making a good speech starts weeks before with thorough preparation. You should have been thinking of themes and points, noting down ideas and .   As young adults, decision-making skills are necessary to navigate day-to-day life. These speeches give advice on making difficult decisions. The management process in speech and language therapy begins as soon as children are referred and therapists need to make decisions about how to proceed. Initially these relate to the choice of assessment procedures and whether or not intervention is required. Then, choices will have to be made about the best approach to therapy.