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Introduction In general, speeches are intended to inform or to persuade. In this lesson, you will learn the guidelines for informative speaking and methods of persuasive speaking. You will also prepare and deliver an informative speech. Lesson Objectives Read the objectives listed at the beginning of Chapter 14, 15 & 16. When you successfully complete these chapters and the related activities, you will be able to: Explain how to make information interesting and understandable. Identify the major types of persuasive speeches. Identify the patterns for organizing a persuasive speech. Prepare an informative speech. These objectives reflect the important concepts of this lesson and should be used to guide your studies and your preparation for examinations. Learning Activities 1. Read Chapters 14, 15 & 16 in the textbook. As you read, relate the material to the chapter objectives. Use the outline on the first page of the chapter as the basis for notes. Pay special attention
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