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18 Cards in this Set

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introduction
beginning of sppech w. attention getter
quotation
u repeat the exact words someone else said
narrative
telling of a story
link
statement that comes between attention gettter and thesis statment
preview statement
one sentece at end of intro that gives the the audience overview of major areas that will be discussed in body of speech
thesis statement
spechers to inform
outline
speaker's map
purpose statment
closely assocates w. thesis given at end of intro
subordination
ranking in terms of importance
main heading
major division, areas, or arguments of your purpose statement
suppourting materiel
gathered to provide intensification and reinforcement for main heading
transition
'first of all, for instance, nxt' words or phrase ina speech that connects to nxt part of speech
chronological pattern
organization that puts things in a time sequence
climatice pattern
organiz main heading in order of importance
cause-effect patter
pattern of organization; 'because of that, this happen'
problem-solution pattern
organization : present pattern, provide ideas on how tobe solved
spatial pattern
divide topic on basis of space relationship
body
'heart, brain' exhibit in organized manner your power of pursuasion and reasoning