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Every speech should have a balance of ethos, pathos, and logos . Organizing Your Speech Outline. I. Introduction 1) Get the attention of the audience  use humor, tell a story, read a quote, give a statistic, or share a personal experience 2) Establish credibility

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Organizing your speech outline
Organizing Your Speech Outline

I. Introduction

1) Get the attention of the audience

 use humor, tell a story, read a quote, give a statistic, or share a personal experience

2) Establish credibility

 can we believe you?

 why should we believe you?

3) Indicate thesis at the end of intro


What is a thesis
What is a thesis?

1) central ideas of the speech

2) what you want the audience to remember

3) preview of the speech


What is a thesis1
What is a thesis?

Job: Pastry Chef for Opus at the Myerson Center

  • Specific Thesis: Today, I am going to tell why you should hire me as the new Pastry Chef for Opus at the Myerson Symphony Center.

  • First, I am going to tell you about my experiences as a chef for the past five years, which readily apply to the needs of Opus and the Myerson Center.

  • Second, I am going to tell you about my course work at the Art Institute of Dallas, which has given me superior tools to function in this industry.

  • Third, I am going to tell you about specific menus and cuisine I have created for other Performing Arts venues such as the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.


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Organizing Your Speech Outline

II. Body

1) Explore/organize data into 2-3 main points (specific reasons to hire you)

  • Identify/discuss two references who can verify your experiences, skills, and knowledge.

  • Identify/discuss two facts about your employer that correlate with your experience, skills, and knowledge.

    2) Make transitions between points.


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Organizing Your Speech Outline

III. Conclusion

1) Summarize points/restate thesis

2) Provide closure

 finish story, read a quote, give a statistic, or share another personal experience


Speech outline
Speech Outline

  • IntroA. Attention getter = “There was once a young girl who . . . . . . . . . “B. Credibility statement= “As someone who has worked as a ??? for the past ??? , I can tell you that . . . .”C. Thesis Statement = “Today, I am going to tell you about  . . . . . . . “

  • BodyA. Analysis of Point 1Transition= “Now that I have told you about ???, I will now tell you about ???”B. Analysis of Point 2Transition= “Now that I have told you about ???, I will now tell you about ???”C. Analysis of Point 3 (if indeed there are three points)

    III. ConclusionA. Summary of Points = “In the course of this speech, I have given you several reasons why you should hire me as the ??? at ??? including ???, ???, and ???.B. Closure= "I would like to end by quoting President Kennedy who said . . . . . .”


What are the five cannons of rhetoric
What are the five cannons of rhetoric?

1) Invention

- Ethos- ethics/credibility

- Pathos- passion/emotion

- Logos- logic/evidence


What are the five cannons of rhetoric1
What are the five cannons of rhetoric?

2) Organization

- Introduction

- Body

- Conclusion


What are the five cannons of rhetoric2
What are the five cannons of rhetoric?

3) Style

  • Metaphor/Similes

  • Hyperbole

  • Personification

  • Repetition

  • Alliteration


What are the five cannons of rhetoric3
What are the five cannons of rhetoric?

4) Delivery

  • Script Vs. Outline

  • Reading Vs. Communicating

  • Make eye contact

  • Manage your non-verbals

  • Avoid verbal disjunctions (um, ahh, like)


What are the five cannons of rhetoric4
What are the five cannons of rhetoric?

5) Memory

  • Extemporaneous

  • Conversational

  • Talk with audience not at audience

  • Outline Vs. Script



Mr john christensen

Special Guest Star

Mr. John Christensen


Who is mr john christensen
Who is Mr. JohnChristensen?

  • Teaches various business classes AID (Marketing, Fundamentals of Business, Accounting, Career Development)

  • Worked with Verizon 30 years in Iowa, Washington,

    Connecticut, and Texas.

  • Held various front-line and management positions through the years, ending up as director over a small Retails Markets business unit that developed, marketed and sold, processed customer orders, and did troubleshooting for certain network products.

  • Managed change in a number of areas as the telephone company went from being a monopoly to being a competitor.



What is the rhetorical situation
What is the rhetorical situation?

  • What the speaker has to deal with:

  • Exigence(an imperfection marked by urgency)

  • Audience(stated or implied)

  • Constraints(obstacles that make communication difficult)



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