Communications Chapter 14 Theodore Roosevelt Believe You Can And Youre Halfway There Give Example Using

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.
Why is it important for a speaker to prepare the introduction and conclusion just as
thoroughly as he or she prepares the speech body?
2.
List three types of supporting material that are effective in opening a speech.
3.
Explain why the introduction should be written after the speech body.
4.
Write a brief introduction that begins with the following quotation by Theodore
Roosevelt: “Believe you can and you're halfway there.”
5.
Give an example of using a rhetorical question to introduce a speech.
6.
Name two general guidelines for using humor in a speech.
7.
Why is it so important for a speaker to use the introduction to establish the relevance of
the topic to the audience?
8.
List three functions of a conclusion.
9.
Explain how a challenge issued during a conclusion varies for informative and
persuasive speech.
10.
Discuss three ways a speaker can make a conclusion memorable.
11.
Name three guidelines for preparing a conclusion.
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