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  • 1. Chapter 7
  • 2.  Topic Specific Speech Goal
  • 3. Main Points ThesisTransitions
  • 4.  What are main points? How many should you have?
  • 5.  List ideas that relate to Specific Goal Example – pg 124 Activity
  • 6. IncorporatesSummary of General & Previews One or two speech Specific main points sentences Goals
  • 7.  Goals ◦ General: Inform ◦ Specific: I want the audience to understand how to improve their grades in college. Main points ◦ Attend classes regularly ◦ Develop a positive attitude ◦ Study efficiently
  • 8.  Thesis ◦ Techniques for improving test scores in college are to attend classes regularly, develop a positive attitude, and study efficiently.
  • 9.  Techniques for improving test scores in college are to attend classes regularly, develop a positive attitude, and study efficiently.
  • 10.  Thesis ◦ You should learn to speak Spanish because it will benefit you personally, economically, and practically. What is the General Goal? Specific Goal? Topic? Main points?
  • 11.  Specific Goal: I want my audience to learn steps they can take to reduce speech apprehension.
  • 12. Find good Focus on Practice audience message members Remember:Stay positive Use notes anxiety is normal
  • 13. Find good Focus on Practice audience message members Remember:Stay positive Use notes anxiety is normal
  • 14. Find good Focus on Practice audience message members Remember:Stay positive Use notes anxiety is normal
  • 15. Find good Focus on Practice audience message members Remember:Stay positive Use notes anxiety is normal
  • 16. Focus on Stay Practice Message positive Find good Remember,Use Notes audience it is normal
  • 17. Preparation Focus Attitude Focus on Stay Practice Message positive Find good Remember, Use Notes audience it is normal
  • 18.  Specific Goal: I want my audience to learn steps they can take to reduce speech apprehension. Points: Preparation, Focus, Attitude Thesis:
  • 19. Related to goal
  • 20.  Specific Goal: I want the audience to understand the steps of CPR ◦ MP #1 – The history of CPR
  • 21.  Specific Goal: I want the audience to understand the steps of CPR ◦ MP #1 – The first step of CPR is to check the Airway
  • 22. Related to goalComplete sentence
  • 23.  MP1: Airway MP1: The first step of CPR is to check the Airway
  • 24. Related to goal Complete sentenceParallel structure• Wording follows a similar structural pattern
  • 25. Goal• I want the audience to learn steps to help with speech apprehensionMain Points• The first step that can help with speech apprehension is having the right Attitude.• A second step that can help with speech apprehension is Preparation
  • 26. InformativeTime order / ChronologicalNarrative orderTopic order***PersuasiveLogical Reasons
  • 27. •Further explanation of main points•At least two•Includes supporting material•For this course, can be phrases on outline
  • 28. I. One step that can help with speech apprehension is having the right Attitude A. Stay positive B. Remember that nervousness is normalII. Another step that can help with speech apprehension is Preparation A. Use notecards, not a manuscript B. Practice and rehearse
  • 29. Section TransitionsSignposts
  • 30.  Section Transitions: Bridge or link the major parts of the speech Where would these be?
  • 31.  Intro  transition  MP #1 MP#1  transition  MP #2…. Last MP  transition  Conclusion
  • 32. •Move the audience from point to point.•A transition is not a main point.•There is no content in a transition
  • 33. II. Another step that can help with speech apprehension is Preparation A. Use notecards, not a manuscript B. Practice and rehearse (Transition) Now that we understand the importance of preparation, let’s move on to the last point. III. A final step that can help with speech apprehension is to choose your focus during the presentation.
  • 34.  A. Use notecards, not a manuscript  B. Practice and rehearse (Transition) Now that we understand the importance of preparation, let’s move on to the next point.III. Focus.
  • 35. Why are SectionTransitions important?
  • 36. Why are Section Transitions important?•Help audience follow speech organization•Help audience retain information
  • 37. •Words or phrases within a main point•Links subpoints and supporting material•Helps remind audience which point you are discussing
  • 38. Specific Goal Main points ThesisTransitions