Attention getter Quote Personal Story Hypothetical

Attention getter quote personal story hypothetical

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Attention getter : - Quote, Interesting/Startling, Personal Story, Hypothetical - Statistic/Fact - Question: Response or Rhetorical 20. Why and how do you establish credibility? Credibility/Interest: - Expertise - Competence - Trustworthiness 21. What are the purposes/parts of a conclusion? Purpose: - A Good conclusion is equivalent in importance to your introduction. - Conclusion helps you sum up the message you developed in the body of your speech - Conclusion helps you leave a memorable impression in your audience members' minds Parts: i. Transition to Conclusion: - After final main point insert transitional statement to signal that you are going to wrap up your presentation ii. Summarize Main Points: - First part of conclusion is the summary= briefly review your main points that you just went through in your speech. - Similar to introduction preview BUT here you are REMINDING audience of what you just said - make it EFFECTIVE because it will help readers remember your message iii. Finish with Clincher: - finish your conclusion with a clincher (that leaves a memorable message behind for the audience's last impression of your speech! Restate Thesis Summarize Main points Concluding Device: -Quote, Thoughtful Message, Question/Challenge 22. What are the four methods of delivery and when are they appropriate?
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COMM 1100 Fall 2019 Impromptu speaking – without advance preparation Extemporaneous speaking – carefully planned, prepared, and rehearsed speech, delivered in a conversational manner using brief notes Manuscript speaking – word-for-word delivery of a written message/speech Memorized speaking – recite a memorized message/speech The verbal factors of a speech are: the words, the message, the content (carefully prepared, researched, polished) 23. Which non-verbal factors impact the effectiveness of a speech? eye contact- DO NOT READ FROM YOUR MANUSCRIPT ALL THE TIME vocal expression- o Volume o Rate o Pitch (using inflections; avoid monotony) o Pause o Conversational tone – natural, unforced, clearly conveys information. body posture gestures facial expression Using Notes effectively Hold notes naturally Prepare notecards carefully so that you can easily find the order Write in large letters Limit the number of notecards 24. What are different kinds of visual aids? Improve audience understanding (Clarify and Emphasize) Helps retention of information (important numbers or facts) Adds variety and interest Types: charts, graphs, objects, audio-visual presentations, maps, diagrams Simplify and explain Do not use more than 2-3 different fonts. Do not have more than 10 lines of text per page 25. Aristotle’s three modes of persuasion.
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COMM 1100 Fall 2019 Ethos – appeal to credibility, reputation, competence, common ground Pathos – appeal to emotion Logos – appeal to rational thought through logical arguments, evidence, and reasoning 26. Types of questions/claims that a persuasive speech may address?
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