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Pearls 7&14 - 6)Four categories of informative speeches...

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Pearls Chapter 7 & 14 1)Strong supporting materials to bolster the speakers point of view 2)Types of supporting- examples, statistics, and testimony 3)Three types of examples- brief examples, extended examples, and hypothetical examples 4)Do not use distorted statistics, make sure they represent your point accurately no matter how they are presented 5)Testimony of experts is useful for none experts in the topic (i.e. student speakers)
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Unformatted text preview: 6)Four categories of informative speeches- about objects, processes, events, and concepts 7)Speeches about objects are organized chronologically (most often anyways) 8)Event Speeches can be effectively organized in three ways: chronological, causal, and topical order 9)Speakers job to make the information interesting and informative to your audience 10)Never overestimate how much your audience knows....
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