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Unformatted text preview: Name Chapter Fifteen Quiz: Speaking to Inform 1 Section Indicate whether each of the following statements is true or false by circling the appropriate letter. Your textbook discusses four kinds of informative speeches: speeches about objects, speeches about concepts, speeches about processes, and speeches about events. JCQWVQQMW MChWC 0% 'IS A lawyer urging a Jury to acquit her client is an example of informative s .lmm Ifflie specific purpose of your informative speech is to recount the history of an event, you will usually arrange the speech in chronological order. When an informative speech about a process has more than five steps, the speaker should group the steps into units so as to limit the number of main points. Research shows that using personal terms such as “you” and “your” in an informative speech can increase listeners’ understanding of the speaker’s ideas. Informative speeches about concepts are usually arranged in spatial order. Using jargon in an informative speech is useful since it demonstrates your expertise on the topic. “T®\\y audience how to grow an indoor herb garden” is a sggific purpose statement for an informative speech about a process. One of the majoW to effective informative speaking is overestimating what the audience knows about the topic. When giving an ink/rmgixe Speech, you should think about ways to relate your topic to the audience in the body of the speech as well as in the introduction. ...
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