Communications Chapter 11 Points Outline That Are Indicated Their Indentation Below The More Important Points

Document Type
Test Prep
Book Title
LaunchPad for A Pocket Guide to Public Speaking 6th Edition
Authors
Dan O'Hair, Hannah Rubenstein, Rob Stewart
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1.
The _______ of a speech establishes the speech purpose and shows its relevance to the
audience.
2.
_______ points express the key ideas and major themes of the speech.
3.
The _______ _______ expresses what you want the audience to learn from the speech.
4.
The _______ expresses the theme or central idea of the speech.
5.
A main point should not introduce more than _______ idea(s).
6.
_______ points represent the material or evidence that a speaker has gathered to explain
or justify the main points.
7.
Points in an outline that are indicated by their parallel alignment are known as _______
points.
8.
Points in an outline that are indicated by their indentation below the more important
points are known as _______ points.
9.
The _______ _______ _______ is the most common outline format.
10.
Points that are _______ are given equal weight.
11.
A well-organized speech is characterized by unity, _______, and balance.
12.
A speech exhibits _______ when it contains only those points that are implied by the
purpose and thesis statements.
13.
The principle of _______ suggests that appropriate emphasis or weight be given to each
part of the speech relative to the other parts and to the theme.
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14.
Words, phrases, or sentences that tie the speech ideas together and enable the speaker to
move smoothly from one point to the next are called _______.
15.
_______ _______ are transitions that tell the audience what to expect next.
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