Organizing Introductions ,Conclusions ,Transitions and Outline.ppt

Supplying transitions internal preview provides your

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Supplying Transitions Internal preview Provides your audience a sneak peek into the next idea you are about to discuss
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Supplying Transitions Signposts First…Second…Third Another point is…
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Supplying Transitions Spotlights Alert the listeners that something important
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Supplying Transitions Spotlights Examples: “Now we come to the most important thing I have to tell you. If you don’t remember anything else from this speech, be sure to remember to this. No mistake can be more costly than this last one.”
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Outlining Speech
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Objectives General purpose To inform To persuade Specific purpose Begin with an infinitive Include a reference to the audience To explain to my audience how to find an online video clip on any subject Central idea
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To persuade my audience to abstain from taking anabolic steroids Specific Purpose: Taking anabolic steroids can cause severe, life-long health problems. Central Idea: YOUR GOAL THE MESSAGE THAT LISTENERS GO AWAY WITH Written from your point of view Written from the listener’s point of view Difference between specific purpose and central idea
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Guidelines Use standard subdivisions INTRODUCTION I. Attention Material II. Orienting Material ( Transition :) BODY I.
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  • Fall '16
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