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Unformatted text preview: 2. Lead into/relate to the development of the subject or central idea 3. Justify the speaker’s credentials to address particular subject — level of expertise in the area? (Anecdote, illustration, poetry, prose, startling statistics) 10. What are the two purposes of the conclusion to a speech? 1. Summarize/ restate central idea of communication 2. What do you want them to remember? Be creative, unique opportunity 11. Explain the significance of the subject sentence or the central idea of a speech. Subject sentence; single declarative sentence that states the central idea of the communication; the one sentence you would choose to say to audience; central idea, gives a sense of direction 12. What are the five steps in speech preparation? 1. Select a subject for communication 2. Find and collect materials related to that subject; do research that is necessary to learn content 3. Classify our ideas/structure ideas based on materials and research - organize 4. Prepare an outline 5. Rehearse the speech aloud prior to verballzing/delivering it to the audience 13. List and briefly explain or define seven patterns (methods) of organization. 1. Topical Pattern of Organization: ali subjects have natural/conventional divisions in them; through knowledge of learning a subject you’ll find divisions 2. IKE Pattern of Organization: treat things sequentially in time (process/procedure) 3. i932 Pattern of Organization: treats things according to space {planning house, tour) 4. Parties Involved Pattern of Organization: Who has a stake/an interest in this thing? 5. Rank Order Pattern of Organization: most to least/ lest to most important 6. Cause to Effect Pattern of Organization: certain force is a factor capable of producing something else 7. 53.jpg Pattern of Organization: state, translate, exemplify, and prove 14. Why do we use visual aids? (Explain fully and completely) - People more ”eye-minded” than "ear-minded” - Visual aids are precise - clarity - Often create a powerful source of persuasiveness - How to operate something, explain a process/procedure, or physical/natural event 15. Explain three different types of visual aids. What are the strengths and weaknesses of each type? 1. Models 8: Objects - Model: 3—D representation of actual object; Object: actual thing — Positives: No questions about its clarity; built to scale, can take them a part - Negatives: actual thing = too small/large — not of appropriate size; ”bloody expensive” 2. Charts & Graphs - Bar graph: comparing two things - Line graph: comparing two things over a length of time ...
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