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2018年9-12月的雅思口语part 2话题及范文正式上线。本期话题：Describe an interesting talk or lecture(有趣的演讲/谈话)，想不出来有什么话题可说？恶补一下艾伦秀，鸡毛秀，还有吐槽大会，看看是不是对你有帮助呢？
Describe an interesting talk or lecture
You should say:
When you heard it
Where you heard it
What it was about
And explain why you think it was interesting
The speech was given by a manager in a place I was working. He was giving a speech to say goodbye to one of our colleagues who was leaving to set up as an independent consultant, but who had worked at the organisation a very long time, perhaps forty years. Everyone was sad to see this person go, as they were very popular, but we all wished them well and understood why they felt they needed to move on. It was a reasonably big workforce, so about sixty of us had gathered in the open-plan office to say goodbye and present a gift to our departing friend and co-worker.
I think sometimes ‘leaving-do’s’ can be really awkward and embarrassing Everyone stands around self-consciously and there is an excruciating and brief ‘goodbye and thank you’ from the boss, and then everyone stares at the poor person who is leaving whilst they rip open and read a rapidly bought card and mumble their thanks for a rather anonymous gift. This, however, was different. Our manager had made a real effort to prepare a good speech that was funny, well-researched, engaging and genuinely affectionate.
I think the speech was good because it involved everyone, shared funny (but not too private) stories that were relevant to the leaver, and the effort our boss had put into preparing it showed his respect and admiration for the colleague who was departing. The quiz also gave everyone something to talk about, so people could chat and mingle a bit after the presentation. It was also not too long! It held interest, and was appropriate for the context.
What kinds of people should be invited to give a speech?
In what occasion would you be a good listener?
参考：Avoid distractions; Ask questions that let the other person know that you are interested in what they are saying and want to learn more.
Withhold judgement; Avoid giving advice; Do a fish bone analysis;
What is required to be a good public speaker?
Have a special message to deliver to the audience; Know the target audience; Work on your public speaking skills; Know the types of speakers/speeches; Build your public image; Be flexible; Practice, practice, practice! Keep updated on the latest issues and topics
Is listening to speeches important to children?
As the child develops, he will begin using hislistening skills to improve his vocabulary, grammar and reading ability. If he lacks listening skills or does not pay attention, he might struggle to pick up on mistakes he is making with his speech, since he will not hear what others have to say.
Will Chinese people feel nervous when it comes to public speaking?以上就是小站雅思君分享的2018年9-12月雅思口语新题part2范文：有趣的演讲相关内容，更多雅思口语话题范文，请继续关注小站雅思频道。