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Unformatted text preview: have said. *Use some of the techniques for a good Introduction (See 10 ways to begin a speech.) STEP THREE: Preparing the Introduction of Your Speech l. Begin with an ATTENTION GETTING OPENER (All of these beginnings can also be used as conclusions) Techniques *Begin with a Question *Begin with a Story or Anecdote *Begin with a Quotation *Begin with a Startling Fact Other Beginnings *Newspaper Beginning (Who, what, where, when, why, how) *Analogy Beginning (Comparing two things) *Contrast Beginning (Telling what is different about two things) *Suspended Interest (Getting the audience interested) *Flashback or History (Talking about the past) *Anaphora (Repetition of key words or phrases) OUTLINES An outline is a map of your speech. Write out the introduction and the conclusion. Break up the body of your speech into main topics and subtopics....
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- Fall '08