the use of notes. D. Manuscript/Outline Manuscript speaking is when the speaker uses a prepared text or outline to assist him or her in the delivery of the speech. The speech is either read or the main points are read and then expounded.
Types of Speeches All student s will have the...
Using figures of speech
UNIT 5 – Information Age
1. EXPOSITORY WRITING
Definition and features
Crafting the expository paragraph
Research and oral presentation
Types of writing – Fiction and non-fiction
(evidence that can be tested to prove its validity).
6. The three forms of proof derived from classic rhetoric are logos (logic), ethos (ethics), and pathos (emotional proof).
7. The steps to the MonroeMotivated. Sequence (Ehinger,1970) are Attention, Need, Satisfaction, Visualization...
, statistics, definitions and visual aids. Show succesful implementation in other organizations. Tell your public what's in it for them.
Call to action. Show them what to do to implement your plan.
Many students use this outline for motivational speech topics since Alan Monroe invented it 70...
improve the situation.
Persuasive Presentation and Outline
Develop a 10-minute persuasive presentation on an information technology topic you strongly support. Select a topic provided by your instructor, or submit your own idea for approval. Examples include the following...
orally and in writing, in a logical, sustained and persuasive way, and to support them with precise and relevant examples.
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IB Language A1, April 1999
Having followed the Language A1 programme at Standard Level (SL) candidates will be expected to...
length, so most of us can speak at the rate of about one paragraph per minute. Suppose, for
example, that you want to make three basic points. In a 10-minute speech, you could take
about 2 minutes to explain each of these points, using roughly two paragraphs for each point.
If you devoted a minute...
Time: 5-7 minutes
References: 6 non-internet sources: Books, journals, magazines,
Plus unlimited number of credible, internet sources
Typed, alphabetized in APA format
Outline: Full sentence outline typed in proper format
Uses Monroe’s MotivatedSequence...
Writing Your Speech
KLB 1041 Public Speaking
Select a Topic
Assign Supporting Statements & Examples
Organising Your Speech
Choose Purpose & Focus
Organise Your Main Points
Once that is done …
Selecting Choosing Create
help change society. Unlike a persuasivespeech, you will not use research, facts, statistics, etc. This is totally emotional in nature!
Like a persuasivespeech, you should consider Monroe's MotivatedSequence learned earlier. It follows the same ideas you used on your persuasivespeech technique...
example, you have been assigned to present an 8- to 10-minute persuasivespeech. You select and
research your topic. You formulate the thesis: "Inflation is a serious problem in this country." Is your
thesis well designed? No, because the thesis is too broad. How could you develop and support...
the thesis you have designed? Is your thesis too general and too broad to be of interest or to be informative to the audience? For example, you have been assigned to present an 8- to 10-minute persuasivespeech. You select and research your topic. You formulate the thesis: "Inflation is a serious...
has on the pollution of our lives.
6. Monroe’s MotivatedSequence is to get the attention of your audience using a detailed story, shocking examples and dramatic statistic and quotations. It is a persuasivespeech technique designed to inspire listeners to take action. It was proposed as a six step...
method of organizing persuasive speeches in which each main point explains why a speaker’s solution to a problem is preferable to other proposed solutions.
A method of organizing persuasive speeches that seek immediate action. The five steps of the motivated...
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The Major Types of Speeches Informative Speeches Demonstrative Speeches Persuasive Speeches Special Occasions Preparing an Outline Hit the Target Speech Body Parts Using Your Research Outlining from Your...
July, 25 2011
A. When we leave this Earth, what kind of a legacy will we leave behind when we die? I want to leave A,B, and C. What would you like to leave behind? [Monroe's MotivatedSequence...
of preface or introduction. For example – Enquiries, Quotations, Orders etc.
ii. Indirect – It involves making indirect or preface for the main information, issue or subject.
iii. Persuasive – It should be written in a way that the reader should be motivated and its content...
to utilize this framework to look at a specific type of persuasive communication, marketing communication. I will show how and why both marketing and pragmatics can benefit from using marketing as a domain of investigation in studying communication.
2 Persuasion and Communication 2.1 Speech Act...
. In my opinion the “talking heads” were persuasive in their analysis of Ali and the fight. Although sometimes using opinions they persuaded with logical proof, which focused on facts and evidence. For example the experts used reasoning from specific instances and made a conclusion from them. You...
alternatives is better than others. In this pattern’s purest form it does not advocate action, but it is implied. This pattern is changed to offer an explicit plan and a call to action, especially when more than one plan exists.
Finally, Monroe’s motivatedsequence is a five-step speech for arranging...