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15 Cards in this Set

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what are the five methods of organizing your main ideas
choronological, topical, spatial, cause/effect, and problem/solution
what are the six methods of organizing your supporting material?
chronologically, recency, promacy, complexity, specificity, and soft to hard evidence.
what are the 3 types of signposts?
previews, verbal and nonverbal transitions, and summaries
initial previews
first statement of the main ideas of the presentation usually presented with or near the central idea
internal previews
preview within the speech that introduces ideas still to come
internal summaries
a recap of what has been said so far in the presentation
final summary
a recap of all the main points of a presentation, usually occurring just before or during the conclusion
why are previews, transitions, and summaries important to a well organized speech?
verbal and nonverbal transitions hel move from one idea to the next throughout the presentation
What are the five functions of an introduction
gaining attention
introducing a topic
creating a reason to listen
extablishing credibility
previewing main ideas
What are the 4 functions of a conclusion?
summarizing the speech
reemphasizing the central idea
motivating an audience response
providing closure
preparation outline
detailed outline that includes main ideas, subpoints, and supporting material, and that may also include specific purpose, introduction, blueprint, internal previews, summaries, transitions, and conclusion
delivery outline
condensed and abbreviated outline from which speaking notes are developed
What are the components of a preparation outline?
standard numbering
two subdivisions for each point
proper indentations
parallel heading structure
what are suggestions for developing a delivering outline?
use single words and phrases when possible
include your intro and conclusion in abbreviated form
include supporting material and signposts
do not include your purpose statement
use standard outling form
what is a delivery cue
a reminder of how to speak or move during a presentation, which is often written on a speaker's note cards. Ex: "louder", "pause", "walk"