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About "The Heritage of Hunting"
This is the first release for Season 19. We dig back into the archives to bring to the forefront Lydia Jeub, Stoa’s Hall of Fame Expository Champion in 2011. She won the National Invitational Tournament of Champions in San Diego with this expository speech about hunting. She ended the season ranked 4th in Expos/Illustrated Oratory on SpeechRanks.com for the 2010-2011 season.
Stoa explains expository speaking in this way on their website:
“An Expository speech is a prepared speech, written by the competitor, which explains or “exposes” a topic usually with the help of visual aids. The goal is to develop a winsome, polished, speaker who can present a creative, well-organized speech while efficiently employing audio/visual aids or props.”
Use this source material to enhance your understanding of expos. This speech is an excellent example of champion speaking. You may want to consider doing this event in Season 19.
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