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Unformatted text preview: -the beginning of a speech must gain the listeners attention, secure good will and respect for the speaker, and prepare the audience for the main ideas of the speech; remember to deal with opposition openly and to state your purpose early-refer to the subject or occasion, use a personal reference or greeting, ask a rhetorical question, make a startling statement, use a quotation, tell a humorous story, or use an illustration-when complete your introduction you can announce the organizational pattern, use mnemonic devices, employ alliteration, or use repetition-the end of the speech must round off the message of the speech, letting listeners understand one more time the importance and significance of what youre saying, and it must complete the relationship youve constructed between you and them-issue a challenge or appeal, summarize the major points, use a quotation, use an illustration, supply an additional inducement to belief or action, state a personal intention...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course COMMUNICAT unknown taught by Professor Kali during the Fall '08 term at Mass Colleges.
- Fall '08