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Public Speaking Chapter 11 Organization for Public Speaking Importance of Organization Disorganization causes stress. A well-organized speech reduces anxiety. Audiences understand organized speeches better. Organized speakers are perceived as more competent or trustworthy. Principles of Organization 1. Speeches must exhibit unity of thought where every statement meets the purpose and thesis and ties back to every other statement. 2. Coherence refers to the clarity of thought and logical consistency in the organization patterns of coordination and subordination. 3. The principle of balance suggests that appropriate weight or emphasis be given to each part of the speech in relationship to the other parts. Note: In APA format, the subordinate to sub-sub-subpoint b. would be identified by a lowercase roman numeral “i” and its coordinate with “ii”. Three Basic Speech Sections
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course COMM 1313 taught by Professor Clark during the Spring '06 term at Arkansas.

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