Organizing your speech

Organizing your speech - iii Signposts g Conclusions i...

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Organizing your speech 1. Parts of a speech a. Introduction b. Body c. Conclusion i. THREE T’S! 2. Introduction a. Gain Attention b. Relate topic to the audience c. Tell a story d. Quotation e. State importance of topic f. Startle the audience g. Arouse curiosity h. Question the audience i. Actual ii. Rhetorical i. Reveal the topic j. Establish credibility and goodwill k. Preview body of speech 3. Body a. Central idea – what you hope to convey to the audience b. 4 R’s i. Review ii. Reduce iii. Regroup
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iv. Refine c. Organization Patterns i. Chronological – time ii. Spatial –direction iii. Casual – cause/ effect iv. Problem solution – show/tell v. Tropical – mini topics d. Main Points i. Order of main points 1. Strength and familiarity 2. Audience need ii. Consistent wording iii. Balance time e. Transitions i. Importance f. Types i. Internal preview ii. Internal summary
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Unformatted text preview: iii. Signposts g. Conclusions i. Signal ii. Reinforce central idea h. Summarize your speech i. End with a quote j. Dramatic statement k. Refer to introduction Outline Introduction, Body and Conclusion a. Subpoint a. Support b. Support Transitions Restate thesis Signal end of speech General guidelines for you to follow Due Friday before 10am Speech One Evaluation Introduction gained attention 3 2 1 previewed body of speech 3 2 1 cleared thesis statement 3 2 1 Body Main points clearly stated 4 2 organized flow 4 2 transitions 3 1 verbal citation of source material 3 1 Conclusion Reviewed body of speech 3 1 reinforced thesis 3 1 clear ending 3 1 Delivery Delivery 8 6 4 2 (Eye Contact, use of voice and body) Time...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course CMST 191 taught by Professor Xu during the Spring '08 term at Winona.

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