Organizing&Supporting PUBLIC SPEAKING

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Syllabus Update (in bold)

Quiz #3

DIRECTIONS: You only need to answer 2 of the following questions

  • What is in an introduction?
  • What are 2 different ways to form an attention getter?
  • What is in a conclusion?

ORGANIZING the body

What are the different ways to organize your info speech?

Chronological, Spatial, Causal, Topical

Discussion

What organizational pattern will you be using for your speech topic?

SUPPORTING

What are some of the different ways to support your speech points?

Examples, Narratives, Testimony, Facts/Statistics

EXAMPLE: Technology can be distracting in classrooms. For example, the person who sits in front me is always on Facebook during the lecture.

NARRATIVES: If you keep lying, people will stop listening to you at one point. The boy who cried wolf kept crying wolf when there was no wolf so when he cried wolf when there really was a wolf, no one believed him.

TESTIMONY: Weed is good for people with chronic pain. According to researcher Mark Ware, MD, assistant professor of anesthesia and family medicine at McGill University in Montreal explains that it helps reduce pain and helps patients sleep better.

FACTS/STATISTICS: America has too many mass shootings. According to gunviolencearchive.org, there has already been a 210 mass shootings in the United States in 2017 alone.

FINDING SOURCES

Where do you usually find your sources? Where do you start from?

.com, .org, .edu, .gov

What about Wikipedia?

Fact check your sources

CITING SOURCES

Introduce the author, date, website, article/research title

ACTIVITY

DIRECTIONS: On one sheet of paper, answer the following questions. Then, support your answer by using an example, narrative, testimony, facts/statistics:

  • Does technology makes people bad at face to face communication? (example)
  • Is caffeine good or bad for you? (testimony)
  • What is one way global warming has affected us? (fact/statistic)
  • Does hard work always pay off? (narrative)

Be prepared to present. You should incorporate oral citations.

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