General speech topics about policies, concepts and definitions on handwriting analysis, Amish people, anti-trust laws, and Olympic disciplines for motivational public speaking assignments. Read them and think about them. When these examples are not what you are looking for: try my buttons on the left:-) Keep clicking on it and a topic idea will come your way!GENERAL SPEECH TOPICS ABOUT CONCEPTS
|Main Point I||Graphologists try to make a forecast about:
a. Someone's personality;
b. The manner of behaving or doing things;
c. Changes in emotions.
|II||Experts can verify if a handwritten note come from one and the same person.
E.g. Professionals could be hired in a crime case for handwriting analysis personality purposes.
|III||Some writing styles experts try to research are:
a. Erratic - sometimes large, sometimes small;
b. Slanting backwards or forwards;
c. Comparing writings from various stages in life.
|IV||Perhaps you could mix in this sideline:
a. How to get a professional analysis?
b. Or: how to take an analysis course? Offer the steps.
|I||What are the Amish - or Amish Mennonites?|
|II||History of the settlement of this old religious sect.|
|III||To what denomination do they belong within Christianity?
What are their values and beliefs?
|IV||Why do they choose to live like they do?
a. What are the most important behavioral rules?
b. Why do they wear black or darker clothes?
c. How do the Amish cope with modern practices in society and lifestyle issues?
|I||Rules to regulate or restrict pricing or mergers do not stimulate but limit competition.|
|II||Consumers are protected by special consumer protection laws, there is no need for antitrust laws.|
|III||State laws against monopolies and the restraint of trade are often incompatible with federal and worldwide trade agreements.|
|I||These events could grab attention to your cause:
a. Art festivals or other cultural meetings.
b. Gala dinners and parties.
|II||Write an article with a firm call to action in online and offline magazines.|
|III||Use a mascot or a symbol:
a. A little animal or puppet;
b. Ribbon pins;
c. The famous Red Poppy, as used in the United Kingdom to remember the Great War.
|IV||Ask a celebrity to fight for your side in a public debate.|
|I||Show a list of the Summer and Winter Olympic Games disciplines.|
|II||Requirements and conditions to be included in the program:
a. Widely practised in the world;
b. A substantial number of countries must have a serious competition.
|III||The formal procedure to become one of the recognized sports.|
|IV||Mention sports that are rejected and not included by the International Olympic Committee (OIC). And tell why.
E.g, ice swimmers, pole dancing, cyclocross, slopestyle snowboard competition. These could be fine general speech topics too :-) Consider this article as a start to a perfect brainstorm session. Whatever the outcome of your search to the Holy Grail will be: as long as it fits you and your assignment it's okay!