9and11 - 1 Chronologically 2 Spatially 3 Cause& Effect 4 Problem& Solution 5 Topical Topical Organization 1 Primacy Most important points to

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Outlining and Editing Your  Outlining and Editing Your  Speech Speech Outline structure Course compass 2 types of outlines Organizational patterns Signposts  Speaking notes Impromptu Speaking
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Outlines Preparation Delivery Unity, coherence, effectiveness Basis for speaking notes Rehearsal outline Bulleted or listed Complete sentences Condensed & abbreviated
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Name Topic General Purpose Specific Purpose Introduction I. Attention Getter: II. Thesis: Speaker Credibility/Goodwill Relevance to Audience Preview Transition: Body I. Main Point #1: A. Supporting Material B. Supporting Material Transition : II. Main Point #2: A.  Supporting Material B.  Supporting Material Transition : III. Main Point #3 A.  Supporting Material B.  Supporting Material Transition : Conclusion I. Summary II. Creative closing thought/Memorable Conclusion
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Five Main Organizational Patterns
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Chronologically 2. Spatially 3. Cause & Effect 4. Problem & Solution 5. Topical Topical Organization 1) Primacy: Most important points to least important points 2) Recency : Least important points to most important points 3) Specificity : Very specific to general OR general to specific 4) Complexity : Simple to complex 5) From Soft to Hard Evidence Signpost or transition What is it? What’s its purpose? How can you do it? Speaking Notes 1) Include delivery tips 2) Use different colors of ink 3) Do NOT write in complete sentences 4) Review your specific purpose with your notes-do they align? Impromptu Speaking When would you need to give an impromptu performance in your life? Different Types of Delivery – Manuscript – Memory – Extemporaneous – Impromptu...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course COM 135 taught by Professor Lauth during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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9and11 - 1 Chronologically 2 Spatially 3 Cause& Effect 4 Problem& Solution 5 Topical Topical Organization 1 Primacy Most important points to

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