Hon 190 AH Notes 2 8 11 - -Consider situation and audience...

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Hon 190 AH Notes Jenny Farrell 2/8/11 CH 6 Developing Significant Topics General Purposes -Informative (teaching, explaining, audience to understand) -Persuasive (encourage opinions, ideas, beliefs) -Ceremonial (special events, commemorate, toast) Topics Finding a Topic -Public concern (modern problems – unemployment, natl debt) (on people’s mind right now) -Self inventory/brainstorming Narrowing a Topic (never have enough time)
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Unformatted text preview: -Consider situation and audience (attention span, be concise as possible, knowledge level of audience)-Ethical obligations Specific Purposes-Keep us focused and on track! (I want my audience to…) NOT (I want to talk about…) Considerations Thesis Statements Focused and limited in scoped NOT mentioned in your speech Is NOT your preview (although they may look similar)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course HON 190 AH taught by Professor Farrell during the Spring '11 term at University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

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Hon 190 AH Notes 2 8 11 - -Consider situation and audience...

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