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SPEECH Speech Preparation Examples – single occurrence of an event that graphically depicts the  abstract Statistics – numerical data Testimony – expert opinion/someone qualified to testify Definition – clarify terms Illustration – extended example (story) Analogy – comparison of an unknown subject with familiar subject o Informative – to inform o Persuasive – to encourage Transitions  To show comparisons o Similarly  o In the same way o Likewise o In comparison o Just as To illustrate cause and effect o As a result o Therefore o Hence
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o Because o Thus o Consequently To illustrate sequence of time or events o First, second, third  o Following this o Later o Earlier o At present o In the past o Until now To contrast ideas o On the other hand o And yet o At the same time o In spite of  o However However o In conclusion  o In summary o Finally  o Let me conclude by saying o Altogether o As we have seen Evidence – research should be the three C’s  Current – it is updated and relevant to audiences today. Credible – we can accept the source as believable Comprehensive – look at all sides of the issue. You have researched enough  to support your claim
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28/01/2008 14:05:00 assignment  subject of speech should be informative pg 143 very similar to personal attitude, just do not have to start it with I believe.  Time limit is 4-6 minutes  Thesis statement – single, clear, sentence.  Evidence  o Bibliography Three sources Only one internet source Try to limit yourself to one of each type. Only need three.  Internet, journal, book, interview.  o Oral documentation According to or this guy is Source cards  Take bibliography and use info on top and the cited  material on the bottom. Must be typed. Must be on a  notecard.  MUST E-MAIL TOPIC BY FRIDAY [email protected]
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Library Lecture 28/01/2008 14:05:00 Library resources Webpage o Find tab, look for resources o Library catalogue you can find books o EBSCO host Good for research Broad  Cover general topics Proquest o User name is mnkettwig o Password is $number – proquest off campus o And narrows your search  o Or broadens it o * means any suffix will show up Lexis nexis o Academic resources, congressional, statistical
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Indictment speech – topic due  We begin speaking on march 4 th   28/01/2008 14:05:00 One card per source with as many words as we want
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Note card…can have  NOT A THESIS it’s a proposition.  Proposition appears in three places Proposition of Policy Change in status quo Used the word should
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2008 for the course SPEECH 101 taught by Professor Delle during the Winter '08 term at SD State.

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