Chapter 13_Structuring the Message-2

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Chapter 13 Public Speaking: Structuring the Message
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Basic Elements of a Speech Introduction Gain listeners’ attention Personal References Humorous Stories Illustration Rhetorical Questions
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Introduction Gain listener’s attention Action Questions Unusual or Dramatic Devices Quotations Related to the Theme Stating the Theme
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Introduction Orient listeners to the material that will be presented Historical Background Defining Terms Personal History and/or Tie to the Topic Importance to the Listeners Central Idea
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Body Traditional methods of organization for the body of the speech Spatial Time Topical Causal Compare/Contrast
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Spatial Point of Reference Geographic Pattern
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Time Chronologically
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Series of events or steps in a process; events or steps must follow a specific order. Residual message: When I am done with my speech, I want my audience to know that baking a cake is a simple process.
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