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32 Cards in this Set

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anecdote
brief story with point
quotation
person's exact words
public lecture
formal speech for public
cut away
model slice to make inside visible
status report
report of group accomplishment
thesis
purpose statement
definition
meaning of a word
narrowing
cutting subject down to size
model
small copy of object to scale
map
sketch of geographic features
fireside chat
leader addressing public concern and issues
overhead projector
device to project information
cultural literacy
information average people should know
diagram
drawing explaining something
briefing
speech to tell about awareness or change in policy/procedure
chalk talk
speech relying on chalkboard
graph
drawing representing relationships
advanced organizer
forcast of what audience can expect
handout
flyer, brochure, info. sheets
multimedia presentation
using computer software for speech
download
transfer info. from one computer to another
scanner
digitizing an image
compelling insight
something interesting audience doesn't know
zinger
powerful concluding statement
extemporaneous speaking
presentation prepared and practiced
analysis
detailed examinatio of info
impromptu speaking
speech given with little/no preparation
foreshadowing
suggestion/prediction beforehand
label
brief explanation of what speaker will discuss
justification
prove something right/valid
topic specific
connect introduction to speech
conversational quality
sounding spontaneous/natural to audience