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Unformatted text preview: Speaking to Inform Chapter 15 \/ 1. A(n) FY ‘1 )CQSZ ; is a systematic series of actions that leads to a specific result or product. 2. “To inform my audience how to arrange flowers like a profes ional florist” is a specific purpose statement for an informative speech about a(n) M . 3 . “To inform my audience about the different sections of a medieval cathedral” is a specific purpose statement for an informative speech about a(n) Q , While “To inform my audience about the beliefs of major Christian sects during the ' ddle ages” is a specific purpose statement for an informative speech about a(n) MW . 4. “To inform my audience how to repare for a triathlon” is a specific purpose statement for an informative speech about a(n) * ’5.“ )g SS . “To inform my audience about the history of Hawaii’s Iron Man World Cham ioziship Triathlon” is a specific purpose statement for an informative speech about a(n) Q11 \£ . 5. “To inform my audience about the different sections of an ancient Egyptian pyramid” is a specific purpose statement for an informative speech about a(n) ; “To inform my audience how the ancient Egyptian pyramids were built” is a specific p ose statement for an informative speech about a(n) m. 6. There are many ways to organize informative speeches about events. If your goal is to recount the history of an event, you would most likely arrange the speech in g X[ muggy [fl order. 7. If you were giving an informative speech describi u g the different regions of Ireland, you would probably arrange the speech in ‘ gaggiiifia’ order. Wand! 8. Informative speeches about processes are usually arranged in eithercjnmgi or ‘ order. 9. Informative speeches about concepts are usually arranged in fig 5g Q order. ...
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