Ch 21: PARCC ELA - Grade 10: Speech Types & Considerations

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Gain understanding of speech types and formats by watching the video lessons from this PARCC ELA Grade 10 study guide. The chapter provides useful and engaging study materials, including full video transcripts, lesson quizzes and a practice exam.

PARCC ELA - Grade 10: Speech Types & Considerations - Chapter Summary

Understanding the intended purpose and audience of a speech will help determine which type of speech should be used. The more knowledge you accumulate in this area, the better you could perform on the PARCC ELA Grade 10 exam. This study guide will provide clarification on the various types, formats and considerations of speeches by examining topics that include:

  • The three main kinds of speeches, including informative, persuasive and special occasion
  • Informative and persuasive speeches
  • The art of persuasion
  • Ethical and legal issues associated with persuasive messages
  • The speech type to use when addressing small audiences

The drafting and deliverance of purposeful speeches requires knowledge of the structure, function and audience of the specific speech type you are using. The video lessons in this chapter will help you understand these elements of speech and thus prepare you for these types of questions on the PARCC ELA Grade 10 exam. To guarantee you are fully comprehending the material covered in each lesson, take the lesson quizzes and chapter exam, which will highlight any areas you may need to review. Utilize the direct links within the quizzes to quickly access specific points within the video that discuss the topics you want to review. Full video transcripts with highlighted key words are also available as hard-copy study material.

5 Lessons in Chapter 21: PARCC ELA - Grade 10: Speech Types & Considerations
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Types of Speeches: Informative, Persuasive, and Special Occasion

1. Types of Speeches: Informative, Persuasive, and Special Occasion

There are essentially three types of speeches public speakers use to influence their audience. In this lesson, we'll look at those three types of speeches and how each serves a different purpose.

Patterns of Organization for Informative Speeches

2. Patterns of Organization for Informative Speeches

Informational speeches are designed to inform an audience about a topic. The information should be organized so it is clear, logical and easy to understand and follow. The pattern of organization depends greatly on the information presented.

Patterns of Organization for Persuasive Speeches

3. Patterns of Organization for Persuasive Speeches

Organizing information for a persuasive speech will help to convince your audience of your point and keeps information flowing in a logical order. This can be done using a problem/solution order or Monroe's motivated sequence pattern.

The Art of Persuasion in Public Speaking

4. The Art of Persuasion in Public Speaking

Persuasion is all around you. You are likely trying to persuade someone or they are persuading you all of the time. In this lesson, you will learn about the different types of persuasion and the strategies you can use.

Legal and Ethical Concerns of Persuasive Messages

5. Legal and Ethical Concerns of Persuasive Messages

Persuasive messages are used to promote, advertise, advocate and inform individuals in the workplace. There are many legal and ethical concerns that need to be addressed when persuasive messages are used in a business environment.

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