Elements of a Speech
Non-verbal Aspects
Modes of Persuasion
Rhetorical Devices
100

The people who the speech is intended to speak to

Who is the audience?

100

This describes various changes in your voice when speaking.

What is inflections?

100

Trying to make the listener feel strong emotions.

What is Pathos?

100

When the speaker repeats a certain word or phrase multiple times in his or her speech.

What is repetition?

200

This is the background, which provides a reason for the speaker to give the speech.

What is context?

200

When someone points, lift arms and call people to rise, put a fist in the air to show power.

What is Hand Gestures?

200

Showing that the speaker is someone worth trusting.

What is Ethos?

200

This is when the speaker asks a question, and then answers the question.

What is Hypophora?

300

The general purpose of any speech will be either to Inform; Motivate/Persuade; or Entertain your audience

What is the Purpose?

300

When you look to the person you are speaking to.

What is eye contact?

300

The facts or logic that support a speaker’s message.

What is Logos?

300

When the speaker uses exaggeration to emphasize a certain point.

What is Hyperbole?

400

The central idea that the speaker is trying to communicate to the listener

What is the Message?

400

Qualities, actions, or things that are connected with a person's body when speaking (posture, clothing, etc.).

What is Physical Aspects?

400

"A doctor recently stated that smokers are 65% more likely to have lung cancer than people who do not smoke".

This is an example of: 

What is Logos?

400

This is a personal story that helps connect with the audience and make the message stronger.

What is an Anecdote?

500

This is a word used before a noun that shows direction, time, place, location, or spatial relationships.

What is a preposition?

500

In the text this helps you determine the meaning of new or unfamiliar words.

What is Context Clues?

500

"I am a doctor and I have seen many patients rapidly decline from their smoking habits."

This is an example of:

What is Ethos? 

500

"I'm so hungry I can eat a horse".

This is an example of:

What is a Hyperbole?

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