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Chap 11-Test

what is a purpose statement? It summarizes the main idea or purpose of your speech.
What does a good purpose statement have in it? It tells the audience the topic of the speech, provides a guide to the organization or main points of the speech and gives the audience goals.
What does an introduction contain? It gains the audience's attention and tells the listeners about the topic and purpose of the speech.
What are the 5 patterns of organization? Give an example of each one. Time order, Space Order, Process Order, Topical Order, Problem-Solution Order
What are the 2 types of outlines? A sentence outline shows the relationship of information and the development of arguments or ideas. A word outline lists only key words and divisions.
What kind of language should a competent communicator use in a speech? clarity
What are the 4 figures of speech mentioned in the chapter? Give an example of each one. Similes, metaphors, personification, hyperbole
What are the 3 purposes of an introduction? What are 8 ways to introduce a speech. gain attention, present topic and purpose, connect with audience.
What are the 3 purposes of a conclusion? What are 5 ways to conclude a speech? summarize your main points, repeat your main goal, provide a clear ending.
Why should a speaker try to connect the introduction and the conclusion? To make a turnaround.
What are transitions? List 5 examples of transitions. also, next, finally, therefore, inconclusion
Created by: chefgrace03



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