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  • 1. Chapter 8
  • 2. Tell them what Tell them whatyou are about Tell them you just told to tell them them
  • 3. Body (MainIntroduction Conclusion points)
  • 4. •GoalsIntroductions & •TypesConclusions •Guidelines
  • 5. Get Attention Establish Listener Relevance Establish CredibilityState the Thesis• PREVIEW of topic and main points
  • 6.  Startling statement ◦ Scenario ◦ Interesting Fact or Statistic Rhetorical Question Story Appropriate Humor
  • 7.  Personal Reference Quotation Perform an action Create suspense
  • 8.  Brief – no more than 10% of total speech. Prepare in detail Try a few drafts
  • 9. • Question Get Attention • Statistic Establish Listener RelevanceEstablish Credibility • PREVIEW of topic and State the Thesis main points
  • 10. Summarize / Review• Restate Thesis“Clinch” / Create closure
  • 11.  Refer to introduction Use an “attention device” to close ◦ Quotation ◦ Rhetorical question (review) Appeal to Action (Persuasive)
  • 12.  Brief – One to Three sentences ◦ Do not linger! Prepare in detail No “new” information
  • 13. Summarize • Restate Thesis“Clinch” / • Refer to intro • Use “attention Create device” closure • Appeal to Action
  • 14. Introduction Conclusion Get Attention Summarize Establish Listener Create Closure Relevance Establish Credibility State the Thesis