SPC 1017- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 67 pages long!)

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SPC 1017
MIDTERM EXAM
STUDY GUIDE
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Topical Organization
Organization determined by the speaker's discretion or by recency, primacy, or complexity.
Recency
an audience is more likely to remember what speakers present at the and of a speech than
what they present in the speech body, it arranges the ideas from least important to most
important
Primacy
Arrangement of ideas from most important to least important or from strongest to weakest
Complexity
Arranging ideas from simple to complex
chronological organization
organization by time or sequence
Spatial organization
organization according to location, position, or direction
Cause and Effect organization
organization by discussing a situation and its causes, or a situation and its effects
Problem solution organization
-Pattern of organization that focuses on persuading an audience that a specific problem exist
and can be solved or minimized by a specific solution
Specificity
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organization from specific information to a more general statement to specific information
soft evidence
Supporting material based mainly on opinion or inference; includes hypothetical illustrations,
descriptions, explanations, definitions, and analogies
Hard evidence
statistics
Signposts
Verbal signals within a speech that indicate a sequence of ideas to the audience (first, second,
next)
Preview
A statement of what is to come
Initial Preview
First statement of the main idea of a speech, usually, presented with or hear the central idea
Transition
a word phrase or nonverbal cue that indicates movement from one idea to the next or the
relationship between ideas
Verbal Transition
a word or phrase that indicates the relationship between two ideas
Nonverbal Transition
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Organization determined by the speaker"s discretion or by recency, primacy, or complexity. Recency an audience is more likely to remember what speakers present at the and of a speech than what they present in the speech body, it arranges the ideas from least important to most important. Arrangement of ideas from most important to least important or from strongest to weakest. Arranging ideas from simple to complex chronological organization organization by time or sequence. Spatial organization organization according to location, position, or direction. Cause and effect organization organization by discussing a situation and its causes, or a situation and its effects. Pattern of organization that focuses on persuading an audience that a specific problem exist and can be solved or minimized by a specific solution. Specificity organization from specific information to a more general statement to specific information soft evidence. Supporting material based mainly on opinion or inference; includes hypothetical illustrations, descriptions, explanations, definitions, and analogies.

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