Zarefsky Ch8 Notes - Zarefsky Chapter 8 Notes Introductions Beginning the Speech The Purposes of an Introduction 1 Introduction the beginning of

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Zarefsky: Chapter 8 Notes Introductions: Beginning the Speech The Purposes of an Introduction 1. Introduction – the beginning of the speech, which affects listeners’ first impressions of the speaker and prepares them for the speech. -Gaining the Attention and Interest of Your Audience -Influencing the Audience to View You and Your Topic Favorably -Clarifying the Purpose or Thesis of Your Speech -Previewing the Development of Your Topic 2. Partition – division of the body of the speech among selected categories for discussion. An Example of an Introduction Types of Introductions -Identifying with Your Audience -Referring to the Speech Situation (9/11, “I Have a Dream”/Abraham Lincoln) -Stating Your Purpose -Stating the Importance of Your Topic -Citing Statistics, Making Claims -Telling a Story -Using an Analogy -Ask a Rhetorical Question 3. Rhetorical Question – a question for which no answer is expected but which encourages listeners to think. -Quoting Someone
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course CAS 100A taught by Professor Schneider,lori during the Summer '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Zarefsky Ch8 Notes - Zarefsky Chapter 8 Notes Introductions Beginning the Speech The Purposes of an Introduction 1 Introduction the beginning of

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