Flashcards in Speech Deck (23)
What are three parts to any organization?
A brief sneak peak if the main points that will be converted in the speech?
The preview step
Which step tells you the topic and purpose of the speech?
The assert step
Which step is used to get the attention if the audience
The capture step
Which step asks the audience to do something that is within their power to do?
The action step
Which step can include background information and statistics that show why the topic is important?
The motivate step
Which step contains all the information that supports for main points?
The point support step
Which step advises you to use penalty, reward, or curiosity in the preparation of your speech?
The motivate step
What is the benefit of outlining the information for your speech?
It helps both you and your audience remember the speech
Why did you have to follow the chapter 26 guidelines and student examples if outlining?
To learn the important skill of following an example when given one.
Do the main points in your speech (in the body) need to support your assert step?
Do you have to follow the order of your points that you give in the preview step in the body of your speech?
What are some of the basic rules if outlining that should be adhered to?
Capital letters, then stab I numbers, then lower case numbers are used to indicate sub-points.
Each divisions should have adequate support. Therefore, you Should not have an a without a b or a 1. With out a
You should only have one idea per symbol (sub points if needed)
The indentation of ea new division on an outline creates a stair. (Keep margin left for ea division)
What is the magic number of main points for a speech to have and why?
3 because it's easy to remember by your audience
Which two steps when combined are equivalent to a thesis sentence in an essay?
The assert and preview steps
What are four different ways that information can be organized in the body of your speech?
What is time?
Chronological order of events
What is space?
From place to place
What is topical?
Logical divisions of your topic
Talking about the problems in one point and solutions in another
What are the different things or techniques that can be used to capture the attention if the audience
1. Rhetorical question
4. Illustration and example or story
5. Personal experience
6. Humorous anecdote
7. Startling statement, fact, or statistic
8. Specific instances
What are three types if outlines that can be used?