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3 types of examples
brief, extended, hypothetical
define 3 types of examples
brief: specific case spoken in passing to illustrate a point
extended: story, narrative, or ancedote developed at some length (long story)
hypothetical: describes an imaginary situation (brief stories)
4 types of testimonies
expert test, peer test, direct quote, paraphrase
5 strategic order of main points
chronological order
spatical, casual, probelm-solution, & topical
how to prepare effective main points
keep main points separate and distinct, make points easy to understand, use parallel wording, balance time devoted to each main point
4 types of connectives
transistions, internal previews, internal summaries, & signposts
3 types of examples
brief, extended, hypothetical
define 3 types of examples
brief: specific case spoken in passing to illustrate a point
extended: story, narrative, or ancedote developed at some length (long story)
hypothetical: describes an imaginary situation (brief stories)
4 types of testimonies
expert test, peer test, direct quote, paraphrase
5 strategic order of main points
chronological order
spatical, casual, probelm-solution, & topical
how to prepare effective main points
keep main points separate and distinct, make points easy to understand, use parallel wording, balance time devoted to each main point
4 types of connectives
transistions, internal previews, internal summaries, & signposts
3 types of examples
brief, extended, hypothetical
define 3 types of examples
brief: specific case spoken in passing to illustrate a point
extended: story, narrative, or ancedote developed at some length (long story)
hypothetical: describes an imaginary situation (brief stories)
4 types of testimonies
expert test, peer test, direct quote, paraphrase
5 strategic order of main points
chronological order
spatical, casual, probelm-solution, & topical
how to prepare effective main points
keep main points separate and distinct, make points easy to understand, use parallel wording, balance time devoted to each main point
4 types of connectives
transistions, internal previews, internal summaries, & signposts
What makes an effective introduction?
get speaker off on the right foot; create a favorable first impression; boost speakers self confidence
Purpose of an Introduction?
Gain the attention and intrest of the audience
4 Basic methods of Delivery & Characteritics
Verbatum (read from paper); Rehearse the speech aloud; recite from memory
What makes an EFFECTIVE conclusion?
End on a strong note,

reemphasize the main points, creates a final impressison
PURPOSE of a conclusion?
Signal the end of a speech, reinforce main points to the audience
What are the 6 elements of VOICE CONTROL?
VLME-controls impact of message;

PSUE- contributes to spkrs impact & used to signal end of thought;

PTCH- high/low in spkr voice, used to emphasize points;

PRONC- how words are phonetically spoken;

ARTIC-how CRISP and distinct speech sounds are forme

DLCT- grammatical accenet in a particular region or ethic
What are the METHODS of Introduction?
use a quote, ask a question, use humor, tell a story, visual aid, arouse curosity
3 types of examples
brief, extended, hypothetical
define 3 types of examples
brief: specific case spoken in passing to illustrate a point
extended: story, narrative, or ancedote developed at some length (long story)
hypothetical: describes an imaginary situation (brief stories)
4 types of testimonies
expert test, peer test, direct quote, paraphrase
5 strategic order of main points
chronological order
spatical, casual, probelm-solution, & topical
how to prepare effective main points
keep main points separate and distinct, make points easy to understand, use parallel wording, balance time devoted to each main point
4 types of connectives
transistions, internal previews, internal summaries, & signposts