Organizing a Speech Flashcards

Organizing a Speech Flashcards
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Visualization in speech writing
This type of writing describes things in a physical environment to help listeners envision what the speaker is talking about.
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Giving a speech that wll inform a group of listeners
To do this, a person preparing a speech should add many accurate and verified statements.
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Chronological order speech
This kind of speech is arranged in the order of when the events occurred.
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Spatial public speech
This kind of speech is arranged in logical order to present the information in a sequence.
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Minor points in a speech
These are statements that are included to add information that will supplement the main points.
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The main idea of a speech
This is the reason for giving the speech.
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Identifying the main idea of a speech
The main idea is usually a speech's broad topic. For example, the main idea of a speech summarizes a number of related statements about a particular item or concept.
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This flashcard set covers how to create and include a main idea in a speech as well as how to add key points to enhance an audience's understanding of the topic. Additionally, learn about what to add to different sections of a speech to make it successful, such as phrases that will help listeners envision what is being talked about.

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Identifying the main idea of a speech
The main idea is usually a speech's broad topic. For example, the main idea of a speech summarizes a number of related statements about a particular item or concept.
The main idea of a speech
This is the reason for giving the speech.
Minor points in a speech
These are statements that are included to add information that will supplement the main points.
Spatial public speech
This kind of speech is arranged in logical order to present the information in a sequence.
Chronological order speech
This kind of speech is arranged in the order of when the events occurred.
Giving a speech that wll inform a group of listeners
To do this, a person preparing a speech should add many accurate and verified statements.
Visualization in speech writing
This type of writing describes things in a physical environment to help listeners envision what the speaker is talking about.
Cause and effect in speech writing
Using this speech organization method, the speaker can describe why something happened first then add a statement about the outcome.
The beginning of a speech
This section should indicate the speech's purpose and include interesting information related to the backgrounds of the audience members to capture their attention.
Importance of speech organization
Include points in a clear order so that you pique your audience members' interest and help them easily grasp the overall meaning of your speech.
Supporting materials in a speech
These details help support a claim and aid in making a speech successful. They can include a narrative, statistics, comparisons, testimony, and examples.
Spatial organization
This type arranges the information in an order that makes sense and the most relevant points are discussed.
Supporting ideas in a speech
These are points that provide more detailed information about the topic of the speech.
Examples in a speech
These describe people, the things people do, objects and locations to back up the information included in a speech.

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