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Final Exam Outline Chapter 14: Planning Public Speaking Public Speaking as Enlarged Conversation Choosing and Refining a Topic Choosing your topic Selecting a Topic that Matters to You Select a Topic Appropriate to the Speaking Occasion Select a Topic Appropriate to Your Audience Narrow Your Topic (Mind Map) Defining Your General and Specific Purposes General Purposes of Speaking (Speeches to Entertain, “” To inform, “” To Persuade) Specific Purposes of Speaking (“”) Developing a Thesis Statement (“”) Analyzing Your Audience Demographic Audience Analysis (“”) Situational Audience Analysis (“”) Listener’s Orientation toward the Topic Listeners’ Orientation toward the Speaker Listeners’ Orientation toward the Speaking Occasion Case Study: A Model Speech of Introduction Chapter 15: Researching and Developing Support for Public Speeches Conducting Research Library and Online Research The Internet Indexes Databases and Search Engines Personal Knowledge Interviews Surveys (Survey Research) Using Evidence to Support Ideas (Evidence) Statistics (“”) Examples (“”)
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Final Exam Outline - Final Exam Outline Chapter 14:...

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