speech final notes 2 - Chapter 13: Pages:318 Patterns of...

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Chapter 13: Pages:318 Patterns of Organization 1.Time: this is used to show development over time. This works well in organizing speeches to make it flow better. Time lines. Chronological order. 2. Spatial Order: referring to a physical or geographical layout to help your audience see how the parts make up the whole. Slide shows. Organizing information that goes well together. 3. Cause and Effect Order: dividing the speech into two parts. The cause and the effect. Why something is happening and what impact it is having. For example the Darfur dilemma. 4. Problem-solution order: divides the speech into two sections. One part deals with the problem. The other deals with the solution. 5. Motivated Sequence: a problem solving pattern of arrangement. Designed to persuade listeners to accept a point of view and to motivate others to do it. 6. Topical Order: its arranging your main topic into subtopics. Grouping. “four ways to save money” Initial Partition Page: 323 To preview your main points at the outset. Gives members a sense of direction but also
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course SE 1341 taught by Professor Welch during the Fall '07 term at Saint Mary's University Texas.

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