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2. Brief examples, extended, hypothetical 3. clarify your ideas, reinforce ideas, personalize ideas, make examples vivid and rich, practice to enhance your extended examples, 4. 5. Is it a reliable source, measured correctly, representative? 6. mean: average, mode: most frequent, median: middle 7. use visual aid, round off, explain, identify the source, use sparingly, quantify your ideas. 8. peer: firsthand experience, expert: expert in the field 9. direct: word for word, paraphrase: summarize 10. Quote accurately, Qualified sources, unbiased sources, identify people being quoted 1. 2. chronological, spatial, topical 3. balance time to each point, use same pattern, keep points separate 4. transitions, internal summaries, signposts 1. get interest or audience, reveal topic, establish credibility, preview body of speech 2. qualification that you can speak about the topic 3. 4. brief, look for material, be creative, don’t worry about exact wording till end, work on in detail, 5. signal the end and reinforce the idea
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course ALL 101 taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at Cameron University.

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