Speech of Introduction

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SPCM 1010 Fundamentals of Public Speaking SPEECH OF INTRODUCTION OUTLINE NAME: Sharron K. Smith SPECIFIC PURPOSE: I want my audience to understand that I have similar qualities with Barbados INTRODUCTION I. Attention-Getting Device: John Donne once stated, “No man is an island.” II. Central Idea : Barbados and I are similar in a number of ways. III. Preview of Main Points: Barbados is independent, has one of the highest standards of living and literacy rates, and its official language is English. BODY I. Barbados is an independent island nation and I am independent. II. Barbados has one of the highest standards of living and literacy rates worldwide and I
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Unformatted text preview: hold a high standard for myself. III. Although the official language of Barbados is English, when in the company of friends they resort to a language called Bajan which is similar to the differences in the way I speak with my friends and the way I speak in a more formal setting. CONCLUSION: I. Review Main Ideas : Barbados is independent, has high standards for itself, and its official language is English II. Reinforce Central Idea: Barbados and I have similar qualities III. Closure Statement: I am Barbados and it is me....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course COMM 1030 taught by Professor Chandler during the Spring '08 term at Xavier LA.

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