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Speech Quiz 2 Review

ACP Speech concept and terminology review

What are the steps for building a speech? 1) Pick your topic 2) Research it 3) Create a claim 4) Find your speech within the claim 5) Choose your pattern of organization 6) Write your draft outline
What are the seven rhetorical concepts? 1) topic 2) claim 3) inherency 4) entailments 5) constraints 6) rightness of fit 7) stasis
What are the 6 organizational patterns? 1) Chronological 2) Spatial 3) Categorical (Topical) 4) Cause-effect 4a) Problem-Solution 5) Comparison and Contrast
topic the main idea or theme
claim thoughts/opinions on the topic (driving factor of the speech)
inherency topics/issues that have to be addressed for the topic (main ideas) [each one should be parallel in structure]
entailments questions that stem from the inherent issues
constraints the audience -- education, age, common grounds, context. Time. Things that limit the speaker.
rightness of fit making sure the inherent issues and content correctly fits within your audience and constraints
stasis the one thing the speaker has to convince the audience about
A good claim should... 1) hit all the items 2) be a complete sentence 3) not contain loaded language 4) describe the range or type of positions in a controversy 5) be calibrated to your audience and constraints
Created by: tyjocun
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