Unformatted text preview: statements are included. Nothing is extraneous or tangential. Each main point supports the thesis, and
each supporting point provides evidence for the main points. “I" Clarity and logical consistency within a speech or an argument.
mm The logical placement of ideas relative to their importance to one
another. Ideas that are coordinate are given equal weight. An idea that is subordinate to another is
given relatively less weight. w Conjunctions or phrases (such as "Next," ”First," "Second," and so forth) that indicate
transitions between supporting points. WA type of transition in which the speaker restates the point just covered and
previews the point to be covered next. WA question that does not invite an actual response but is used to make the audience
think. M: An extended transition used within the body of the speech that alerts audience
members to ensuing speech content. M An extended transition that draws together important ideas before proceeding to
another speech point.
Chapter 12 . -- mmwsm A pattern of organizing main points as subtopics or categories of the speech tapic; of all organizational patterns, this one offers the most
freedom to structure speech points as desired. www.miarmmmmmwm tempera: mean]: A pattern of organizing speech
points in a natural sequential order; it is used when describing a series of events in time or when the
topic develops in line with a set pattern of actions or tasks. mmmmme A pattern of organizing main points in order of their physical proximity
or direction relative to each other; it is used when the purpose ofa speech is to describe or explain the
physical arrangement ofa place, a scene, or an object. WMWW A pattern of organizing speech points so that one idea leads to another,
which leads to a third, and so forth until the speaker arrives back at the speech thesis. Chapter 13 mm: A preparation or rough outline that refines and finalizes the specific speech purpose,
firms up and organizes main points, and develops supporting material. manual: A delivery outline to be used when practicing and actually presenting a speech.
Chapter 14 m A brief story of an interesting, humorous, or real-life incident that links back to the speaker's
theme. ethimﬂppeﬂ: An attempt to persuade audience members by appealing to speaker credibility.
Chapter 15 Ilium “with: A challenge to audience members to act in response to a speech, see the problem in a
new way, change their beliefs about the problem, or change both their actions and their beliefs with
respect to the problem; placed at the conclusion ofthe speech. ...
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