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Unformatted text preview: of the past to them Spatial organization- presents information on the basis of the positioning f objects in physical space or the relationships between locations Organization by comparison and contrast- describes or explains how a subhect is similar to, or different from, something else Organization by cause and effect- examines why somehting happens, the causes, and wha happens as a result, the effects Using support materials: o Definitions and descriptions o Examples- specific item that helps illustrate an idea, clarify a concept, or make anything you say interesting o Hypothetical example- something that hasnt happened, but could, and can be just as effective as a real example o Story- a long example o Testimony- opinion of an expert or the account of an event by a witness o Quotation o Facts and statistics When considering ethics, remember not to fabricate statistics or lead audience to faulty conclusions...
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- Spring '07