Organizing the Body of the Speech.ppt

Organizing main points topical pattern your most

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Organizing Main Points Topical pattern Your most important or interesting point first Your least compelling points in the middle An important or interesting point last
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Organizing Main Points Topical pattern A variation: Statement-of-reasons pattern This pattern is especially effective when listeners lean toward your position but need justification for the leaning.
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Problem-Solution Problem Solution This pattern is especially effective when listeners either don’t know that a particular problem exists or don’t know how serious it is.
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Problem-Solution Problem “The Home Lesson” by 19th century Swiss painter Albert Anker.
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Problem-Solution Solution Museum of Modern Art in New York City .
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Motivated Sequence 1. Attention 2. Need 3. Satisfaction 4. Visualization 5. Action
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Motivated Sequence Attention Sea turtle could become extinct within 15 years.
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Motivated Sequence Need Sea turtles graze on sea grass, keeping the blades short (as shown here). If the turtles become extinct, the blades will grow tall, the sea grass beds will become a jungle that is unhealthy for fish. This will lead to the extinction of many types of fish that we eat.
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