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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Speech Designs and Structures

Categorical: by category. Organize by recognizable groups

Causation: Organize by probable cause and then proposals

Chronological: Organize sequentially by time

Comparative: Compare two or more possible solutions, advocating one

Sequential: Put in an order the audience can follow and remember

Spatial: Relationship in space or by size, location, geography

Motivated Sequence: in order with justification of why it must be in this order

Problem-Cause-Solution: Establish problem, show probable cause and show why solution works using that probable cause.

Problem-Solution: Establish a problem, and then show your solution and how it works

Regulative: Attack alternative solution or solutions

Stock Issue: Address what you know is on the mind of the audience

Detailed PowerPoint explanations:  click here.

Unit 5 notes: click here.

10 comments:

Chris Fearon said...

I think I'll save this blog. Thanks.

Glubis Valdivieso said...

im pretty sure all these terms are gonna be on the midterm.

Art Lynch said...

You can be on it. And then some. Plus you need to apply the text and these notes to your speeches. Having fun yet?

Anonymous said...

I love how straight to the point and clear the definitions are, most teachers will give a prolonged definition that can be confusing.

Taylor Bishop
Com 101

Anonymous said...

i hope that these will be included on the midterm im saving these terms and adding them to the list of what i need to know for the midtern thanks

Shawn Chaytor
com 101
sectiion # 4044

Holly Knowlton com 101 4080 said...

I agree with Taylor, i love how short the definitions are. easier to study and store in my brain.

Anonymous said...

Woo! Taking notes on these words is easy! I can't wait to murder that midterm!


Claude marchi com101 hn4080

Anonymous said...

Can study some for the midterm since I'm here on the blog, easy as that.

Stephanie Cardiel Com 4044

shung lee said...

This is perfect for my future studies and will help me out in the long run.

Cameron Rand com101 4044 said...

to be honest, I will know these terms during the class, then eventually forget them. lol