BPS Chapter 13

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BPS Chapter 13
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Basic Public Speaking Chapter 13 Vocab
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  1. a pattern of organizing speech points in a natrual sequential order; used when describing a series of events in time or when the topic develops in line with a set pattern of actions or tasks
    Chronological Pattern of Arrangement
  2. a pattern of organizing main points in order of their physical proximity or direction relative to each other; used when the purpose of a speech is to describe or explain the physical arrangement of a place, a scene, or an object
    Spatial Patern of Arrangement
  3. a pattern of organizing speech points in order of causes and then in order of effects, or vice versa
    Casual (Cause-Effect) Pattern of Arrangement
  4. a pattern of organizing speech points so that they demonstrate the nature and significance of a problem first, and then provide justification for a proposed solution
    Problem-Solution Pattern of Arrangement
  5. a pattern of organizing main points as subtopics or categories of the speech topic
    Topial Pattern of Arrangement
  6. a pattern of organizing speech points so that the speech unfolds as a story with characters, plot, and setting. In practice, this pattern often is combined with other organizational patterns
    Narrative Organizational Pattern
  7. a pattern of organizing speech points so that one idea leads to another, which leads to a third, and so forth, until the speaker arrives back at the speech thesis
    Circle Pattern of Arrangement

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