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Extra Credit: Prezi
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Spatial Pattern A pattern that organizes a speech by the physical or directional relationship between objects or places
Works well for informative speeches
Example: "When you walk into the house, the bathroom is to your left." Topical Pattern A pattern that organizes a speech by arranging subtopics of equal importance
Subtopics must be relevant to the topic
Example: Build your Twitter timeline
Follow friends Narrative Pattern A pattern that organizes a speech by a dramatic retelling of events as a story or a series of short stories Problem-Solution Pattern A pattern that organizes a speech by describing a problem and providing possible solutions Cause-and-Effect Pattern A pattern that organizes a speech by showing how an action produces a particular outcome By Kristine Mondala http://tweakyourslides.wordpress.com/tag/pattern/ http://blogs.psychcentral.com/relationships/files/2012/02/Timeline-for-Benjamin-Franklin.gif http://www.arlingtonian.com/wp-content/woo_uploads/74-snuggie.jpg