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Ch8 P 144 149

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  • 1. Organizing Your Information
  • 2. Chronological or Sequence Pattern
    • Speech moves in an order (forward/backward)
      • Describing the way something happened
        • Beginning, middle, end
        • End, middle, beginning
  • 3. A Home for Big Bird
    • Design
    • Collecting materials
    • Building house
    • Finishing touches
    • Home sweet home
  • 4. Spatial
    • Physical Placement
      • Based on location
        • Begin at Point A, progress to Point B, etc.
        • Top to bottom, left to right, entrance to exit, floor to ceiling
  • 5. Categorical/Topical Pattern
    • Presents one subject/part at a time
    First, present facts about Sojourner Truth. Next, presents facts about Harriet Tubman.
  • 6. Categorical/Topical Pattern
    • Most common method
    • Versatile, can be ordered any way
    • Ideas closely related, no order
    • Used by many pastors for sermons
  • 7. Cause-Effect Pattern
    • Discuss cause & show results
    • Discuss results but return to the beginnings to show cause
    More than 2000 children drown each year; in some states drowning is considered the leading cause of death for children under the age of 5 years. Develop a Cause-Effect Pattern for the following:
  • 8. Problem-Solution Pattern
    • Often used in persuasive speeches
    • 2 main points
      • Statement of the problem
      • Statement of the solution
  • 9. Apply the Best Pattern to Make Sense of Speech Organization
    • Multiple patterns could suit the presentation
    • Use the most logical pattern to organize speech
    If you heard this lesson, you remembered what was presented, now you can apply what was taught. Answer pages 147-149, #1-8, on a separate piece of paper.