Ch 11 - Public Speaking, Ethics and You CHAPTER 11...

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Public Speaking, Ethics and You CHAPTER 11 Arrangement - the strategic process of deciding how to order speech points into a coherent and convincing pattern for your topic and audience; also refers to one of the five parts of the classical canons of rhetoric Outlining - the physical process of plotting speech points on the page in hierarchical order of importance Introduction - the first part of the speech, where the speaker establishes the speech purpose and its relevance to the audience and previews the topic and the main points Body-the part of the speech in which the speaker develops the main points intended to fulfill the speech purpose Conclusions - the part of the speech in which the speaker reiterates the speech purpose, summarizes main points, and leaves the audience with something to think about or act upon Main points - the key ideas or primary points intended to fulfill the speech purpose; their function is to make claims in supports of the thesis Parallel form - the statement of equivalent speech points in similar grammatical form and style
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course SPCH 1315 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at HCCS.

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Ch 11 - Public Speaking, Ethics and You CHAPTER 11...

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