1. Main points - Developed in body of speech
2. Logical (main points of speech)
3. Reasons (main points of speech)
4. Specific (main points of speech)
Developed in body of speech: -Logical - Reasons -Specific. (example: Why bike to school speech - logical-ecological..., Reasons-its faster,causes less traffic.., Specific-Cheeper...)
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Chronologically Topically spatially cause&effect Problem/solution
arranged in order of time
3 devisions (similar to method used by Jamie Oliver)
Organization through places or locations. (Went here, then here...)
The reason something happens and the result of it happening.
an organizational structure that presents a problem and describes how it is solved
words or phrases connecting ideas, words, phrases, and sentences used to lead from idea to idea and tie the parts of the speech together smoothly
-Transitions -internal preview -internal summery -signpost
a word, phrase, or passage that links one subject or idea to another in speech or writing
a statement in the body of the speech that lets the audience know what the speaker is going to discuss next
a restament in the body of a speech of ideas that have been developed so far.
a verbal or nonverbal signal that the speaker is moving from one topic to another
17. Introductions (components/purpose)
18. examples of attention getter
-Establish Credibility/(good will)
-Relate to Audience
-anecdotes-narration, storytelling -startling-fact/action -quotes(have to say it right) -humor- best way to grasp attention
-question(has to be gooD) -personal experience -reference to recent/historical event
-activity (involve group) ...
--signal end of speech --Reinforce central idea --motivate audience to respond
**--reference to introduction --Appeal to action
(,* good ways to conclude)
A. Lose interest
B. Lose credibility