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Arts and Humanities
ch. 10 Creating the body of a speech
Terms in this set (19)
The series of key ideas that you develop to help your audience understand your specific purpose.
The process of taking smaller chunks of information and putting them together with like chunks to create more fully developed, larger chunks of information.
categorical/topical speech pattern
Speech format in which a speaker organizes the information into categories, which helps an audience understand a single topic.
comparison/contrast speech pattern
Speech format in which a speaker selects two objects or ideas and demonstrates how they are similar or how they are different.
spatial speech pattern
Speech format in which a speaker organizes information according to how things fit together in physical space.
chronological speech pattern
Speech format in which a speaker presents information in the order in which it occurred in time—whether backward or forward.
biographical speech pattern
Speech format generally used when a speaker wants to describe a person's life.
causal speech pattern
Speech format that is built upon two main points: cause and effect.
problem-cause-solution speech pattern
Speech format in which a speaker discusses what a problem is, what the speaker believes is causing the problem, and then what the solution should be to correct the problem.
psychological speech pattern
Speech format built on basic logic in which "a" leads to "b" and "b" leads to "c."
A phrase or sentence that indicates that a speaker is moving from one main point to another main point in a speech.
A phrase or sentence that gives an audience an idea of what is to come within a section of a speech.
A phrase or sentence that reaffirms to an audience the information that was just delivered within the speech.
A guide a speaker gives her or his audience to help the audience keep up with the content of a speech.
Bobby is creating a speech related to the Hawaiian islands. He plans on talking about each of the islands in order from southeast to northwest. Which speech format is probably the most effective for Bobby's speech?
Juan is finishing writing his specific purpose. He brainstorms about his specific purpose and finally settles on three topics he plans on talking about during his speech. What are these three topics called?
What is a phrase or sentence that indicates that a speaker is moving from one main point in a speech to another main point in a speech?
Specific Purpose To persuade my audience to invest in VetoMax
I. Tell the history of VetoMax.
II. Explain the VetoMax advantage.
III. Describe the VetoMax pledge to investors.
Specific Purpose To inform my audience about the life of Paris Hilton
I. Describe Paris Hilton's life before she became famous.
II. Describe Paris Hilton's first job as a model working for Donald Trump.
III. Describe Paris Hilton's transition from model to media personality.
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