Communication Week 4 over organization
Communication Week 4 over organization COMM 101
Ivy Tech Community College
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Date Created: 09/16/16
Communication Week 4 September 14 th Organization=outlining=speechwriting In your outlining it should be the thesis and preview statement, but the main points should be keywords and phrases only. With your outline there should be 4 things 1) Topic 2) General Purpose 3) Main Points 4) Thesis Organization patterns- Intro Body- this is where you should start you speech planning Conclusion There are three types of organization patterns 1) Chronological- period of time, history, series of events Informative 2) Spatial- size, geography, location 3) Problem cause and solution Persuasive Your sub-points are details and supports you main-points 5-7 sub points for every main point Transition- a few words to move to the next main points, multiple sub- points to main points with transitions. Thesis- followed by a preview-statement of your main points. Conclusion- review of thesis and main points Make sure one of your main points doesn’t have too many sub-points. Next we watched a video which didn’t really have a main point and bad organization. It was called Andrew Mdafee: What will future jobs look like? This is a very good example of weak organization There are 12 steps for speech planning. 1-4 chapter 4 4-8 chapter 8 9- Chapter 9 10-11 Chapter 11 12 References
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