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Chapter 9

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  • 1. chapter 9 Beginning & Ending the Speech
  • 2. The Introduction
    • Get attention, interest
    • Reveal topic
    • Establish credibility, goodwill
    • Preview body of speech
  • 3. How to Gain Attention
    • Relate topic to audience
    • State importance of topic
    • Startle audience
    • Arouse curiosity
  • 4. How to Gain Attention
    • Question audience
    • Begin with quotation
    • Tell story
  • 5. Credibility
    • Perception of speaker’s qualifications
  • 6. Goodwill
    • Perception of whether speaker has best interests of audience in mind
  • 7. Preview Statement
    • Statement in introduction that identifies main points to be discussed in body
  • 8. Preparing the Introduction
    • Be concise (10-20 percent of speech)
    • Look for introductory materials as you research
    • Be creative
  • 9. Preparing the Introduction
    • Finalize wording after body is done
    • Work out content, delivery in detail
  • 10. The Conclusion
    • Signal end of speech
    • Reinforce central idea
  • 11. Crescendo Ending
    • Building to zenith of power, intensity
  • 12. Dissolve Ending
    • Generating emotional appeal by fading to dramatic final statement
  • 13. Reinforce Central Idea
    • Summarize speech
    • End with quotation
    • Make dramatic statement
  • 14. Preparing the Conclusion
    • Look for materials while researching
    • Conclude with bang, not whimper
  • 15. Preparing the Conclusion
    • Be brief (5-10 percent of speech)
    • Work out content, delivery in detail
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