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Class:COMM 1310 - FUND OF HUMAN COM
Subject:Communication Studies
University:Texas State University - San Marcos
Term:Fall 2010
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5 Strategies For Organizing Main Ideas - Topically, Chronologically , Spatially, Cause and Effect, Problem and Solution
Recency - Audiences remember best what they hear last, thus main ideas would be organized from least important to most important
Primacy - You discuss your most convincing or least controversial idea first in order to get the audience on your side early on
Complexity - You organize your ideas from simplest to the most complex so that the points build on each other
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6 Strategies For Organizing Supporting Material - Chronologically, Recency, Primacy, Complexity, Specificity, "Soft" to "Hard" evidence
3 Items To Use To Organize A Presentation For The Ears Of Others - Preview, Signposts, Summary
6 Functions of An Introduction - Get the audience's attention - Introduce topic - Establish relevance - Establish credibility - State central idea - Preview main ideas
The 5 Methods Of Attention Getting - Open with an illustration - Ask a rhetorical question - Relate a startling fact or statistic - Quote an expert or literary text - Tell a humorous story - Refer to a historical or recent event
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4 Functions Of A Conclusion - Summarize the presentation - Reemphasize the central idea in a memorable way - Motivate the audience to respond - Provide closure
Preparation Outline - A detailed outline of a presentation that includes the central idea, main ideas, supporting material, and may even include the specific purpose, introduction, and conclusion
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 5 Strategies For Organizing Main Ideas- Topically, Chronologically , Spatially, Cause and Effect, Problem and Solution
 Recency- Audiences remember best what they hear last, thus main ideas would be organized from least important to most important
 Primacy- You discuss your most convincing or least controversial idea first in order to get the audience on your side early on
 Complexity- You organize your ideas from simplest to the most complex so that the points build on each other
 6 Strategies For Organizing Supporting Material- Chronologically, Recency, Primacy, Complexity, Specificity, "Soft" to "Hard" evidence
 3 Items To Use To Organize A Presentation For The Ears Of Others- Preview, Signposts, Summary
 6 Functions of An Introduction- Get the audience's attention
- Introduce topic
- Establish relevance
- Establish credibility
- State central idea
- Preview main ideas
 The 5 Methods Of Attention Getting- Open with an illustration
- Ask a rhetorical question
- Relate a startling fact or statistic
- Quote an expert or literary text
- Tell a humorous story
- Refer to a historical or recent event
 4 Functions Of A Conclusion- Summarize the presentation
- Reemphasize the central idea in a memorable way
- Motivate the audience to respond
- Provide closure
 Preparation Outline- A detailed outline of a presentation that includes the central idea, main ideas, supporting material, and may even include the specific purpose, introduction, and conclusion
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