public speaking study guide

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  1. Name the 4 parts included in the Introduction of a speech
    • 1.  Attention Getter
    • 2.  Reveal Topic
    • 3.  Reason to Listen
    • 4.  Preview
  2. What is included in the Preview of the Introduction?
    Main points
  3. What 3 parts are included in the Conclusion of a speech
    • 1.  Signal
    • 2.  Summary
    • 3.  Zinger
  4. Putting a speech together in a particular way to achieve a particular result with a particular audience?
    Strategic Organization
  5. How many main ideas?
    2-5
  6. Name the supporting ideas
    • 1.  Statistics
    • 2.  Examples
    • 3.  Testimony
  7. Name the 8 Basic Patterns of Organization
    • 1.  Chronological       6. Prob/Cause/Sol
    • 2.  Spatial                7.  Comparative Adv
    • 3.  Causal                 8.  Monroe's Motivated Se
    • 4.  Topical
    • 5. Problem/Solution
  8. Name the 4 Connectives
    • 1.  Transition
    • 2.  Sign Posts
    • 3.  Internal Preview
    • 4.  Internal Summary
  9. Imagery and Rhythm are what type of devices?
    Stylistic Structure Devices
  10. Name the 5 Language Devices used in Imagery
    • 1.  Simile
    • 2.  Metaphore
    • 3.  Personification
    • 4.  Hyperbole
    • 5.  Irony
  11. An explicit comparison between things that are essentially different yet have something in common. Contains the word like or as.

    "Winter arrived there, late as a rude dinner guest."
    Simile
  12. An implicit comparison, not introduced with the word "Like" or "as," between two things that are essentially different yet have something in common.
    "In short, gentlemen, let's cover up the cesspool and start planting some flowers."
    Metaphor
  13. A literary device in which the author elevates an animal, object, or idea to the level of a human such that it takes on the characteristics of a human personality.

    "My shoes are killing me."
    Personification
  14. Exaggeration for emphasis without deceiving.
    Hyperbole
  15. Implies something different from what is stated (Sarcasm is one form)
    Irony
  16. Arrangement of a pair or series of related words, phrases, or sentences throughout the speech; a patterning strategy
    Parallelism
  17. Repeating the same word or set of words at the beginning or end of successive clauses or sentences.
    Repetition
  18. Repeating of initial consonant sound

    despair
    devotion
    diversity
    Alliteration
  19. Putting together contrasting ideas in the same sentence.

    "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country."
    Antithesis
  20. Name the 4 Rhythmic Language Devices
    • 1. Parallelism
    • 2.  Repetition
    • 3.  Alliteration
    • 4.  Antithesis
  21. Name the 4 basic methods of delivery
    • Manuscript
    • Memorized
    • Impromptu
    • Extemporaneously
  22. Name the 8 Vocal Behaviors
    • Volume                Articulation
    • Pitch                    Fillers
    • Rate
    • Pauses
    • Vocal Quality
    • Pronunciation
  23. Name the 6 Physical Behaviors
    • Appearance           Facial Expression
    • Movement
    • Gestures
    • Eye Contact
    • Posture

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