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Organizing your Speech ch. 12#

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Denise Crews

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Transcript of Organizing your Speech ch. 12#

Notes
Ideas Introductions
Ideas
Ideas
Develop a thesis statement
Tailor the main ideas
Create transitional statements
Create introductions & conclusion
Formal outline
Time Order
Narrative Order
Topic Order
Logical reasons Order
Organizing Your Speech ch. 12#
Organizing your Speech
Main Points
How to support/develop main points
Outlining the body
I.
A.
1.
2.
B.
II.
A.
1.
B.
C.
1.
III.
A.
1.
B.
Organizational Patterns
Supporting Materials & Preparing Signposts
Information to develop main points
personal experiences
examples
illustrations
anecdotes
statistics
quotations
Transitions - words, phrases, sentences that....
Section Transitions - complete sentences that....
Signposts - single words or phrases that.....
Crafting the Conclusion
Summary
appeal
clincher
Listing Sources
Reviewing your Outline
Introduction to Human Communication SP108
Instructor: Denise Crews

"Well constructed speeches have impact"
A - Main Points
B - Thesis
C- Outline
D - Supporting Materials
E - Transitions

list
eliminate
group
select
Thesis Statement

a sentence
that identifies
the topic
of your speech
and the main ideas
you will present.
What's the magic number?
Parallel wording
startling statement
rhetorical /direct question
jokes
personal reference
quotation
stories
suspense
listener relevance
state the thesis
establish credibility
sett the tone
create a bond of goodwill
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