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Research Using the web and interviewing people on your subject matter
1st Source Yourself - using your own knowledge
2nd Source The Web
What are you looking for in a web source? 1. Accountability, 2. Accuracy 3. Objectivity 4. Timeliness, 5.Usability 6. Diversity
3rd Source Interview
What steps do you take for an interview? Before: determine your purpose, schedule interview, write a list questions to ask. During: anticipate anything that happens - like them answering a question you didn't ask After: log it into your speech ASAP
Organizational Methods 1. Chronological (Least to most important) 2. Spatial (Object/location) 3. Cause/Effect 4. Topical - putting main ideas in any order (Primacy, Recency, Complexity) 5. Problem/Solution
Sign Posts 1. Verbal Transitions 2. Internal Summaries (summarizing main ideas you just talked about) 3. Previews (giving a little show on what you're next main idea is)
Overall Speech 1. Intro should get audiences attention 2. Give audience a reason to listen 3. Summarize Main ideas 4. Memorable closing **Never introduce new material in conclusion
Created by: FaithRaquel2015