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What is a proper organizational strategy for an informative message? (Points: 5)
Background information, negative elements, main idea(s), goodwill ending, benefits
Benefits, negative elements, main idea(s), benefits, background information, goodwill ending
Main idea(s), background information, negative elements, benefits, goodwill ending
Goodwill ending, benefits, negative elements, background information, main idea(s)

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    I took a speech class last quarter and the focus was on informative speeches and preparing outlines.

    1. Introduction - the topic and main point of the message. Can be done with a thesis statement. An overview of what will be talked about. (five to eight sentences for the introduction paragraph).

    2. Body - Informative (usually three to five paragraphs) discussing facts relating to the main idea/topic of the message.

    3. Conclusion - summary or recap of what as been said and a reminder of the main topic or main point you are trying to convey.

    Be sure to cite any facts, statistics or quotations that you use.

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    Main idea(s), background information, negative elements, benefits, goodwill ending

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    A. Background information, negative elements, main idea(s), goodwill ending, benefits.

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