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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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
1) central ideas of the speech
2) what you want the audience to remember
3) preview of the speech
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1) Explore/organize data into 2-3 main points (specific reasons to hire you)
2) Make transitions between points.
1) Summarize points/restate thesis
2) Provide closure
finish story, read a quote, give a statistic, or share another personal experience
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 . . . . . .”
- Ethos- ethics/credibility
- Pathos- passion/emotion
- Logos- logic/evidence
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