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It takes too much time to explain in detail.The audience may be unable to clearly understand your main point.It can be too specific.The audience may find elements of your speech dull.
CONCEPTVariations in Abstraction22All outlines share common characteristics and should include a reference to the introduction, main points, and conclusion of a speech. Types of outlines differ in some characteristics. A(n) __________ outline may include where to pause, ask questions, orpresent visuals.preparationspeakingrough draftinitialCONCEPTThe Preparation OutlineThe Speaking OutlineThe Rough Draft Outline23Andre knew that he needed to locate solid research to support his speech on the role of slavery in the lives of early U.S. presidents. He decided to travel tothe Library of Congress to review original documents. Andre’s use of __________ helps to ensure the credibility and accuracyof his speech.secondary sourcestertiary sourcesbiased sources
primary sourcesCONCEPTVariations in Accuracy24Identify the three main components of a conclusion. Explanation of examples, alternative argument, interesting anecdote Thesis statement, most important fact, source citationsOverarching story, personal connections, call to actionPrimary message, main points, audience take-awayCONCEPTSummarizing IdeasThe Role of the Conclusion25Which of the following should NOT be a concern when evaluating the use of language in your speech? Occasion for the speechPresentation venueSpeech lengthAudience interestCON