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Some points to be taken care of:
A concrete frame should be there Every word should be known by the speaker Every piece of information should be fact Every point should be logically justified or convincing Language should be error free
The Chronological Development:
1. Getting attention (pause/story/quotation… a different opening, little less conventional) and introducing the topic clearly 2. Relating the topic with the audience 3. Outlining with an order (may be according to importance) 4. The BODY [avoiding monotony, use of humour, effective use of examples, effective and interesting use of visuals, proper transition (statement of sections and sub-sections in full sentences, use of signposts if necessary), proper time allocation] 5. Signaling the end 6. Summing up and restating the thesis statement or the central idea and not giving anything new in the conclusion 7. Ending with a gratitude to the audience