How does the use of theme in a speech differ from theme in a written work? o a. in a speech, the theme also gives extra details about the topic. o b. in a speech, the theme is also used as an organizational tool. onc. in a speech, the theme also to establish a sense of authority. o d. in a speech, the theme also uses evidence to support a claim.
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a. themes in speeches are used to organize the speech to make it easier for the audience to understand.
B. In a speech, the theme is also used as an organizational tool.
A theme in a speech can serve the purpose of unifying the various points that is available in the speech.
A theme in a written work is the subject that is being talked about in the written work which could be prose, poetry, etc.
However, the major difference between a them in a speech and a written work is that the theme of a written work while unifying the various ideas serves as an organizational tool.
If I am understanding your question correctly... Theme in a piece of written work is trying to teach something and usually has a hidden moral standard. Theme in speech is the message you are trying to relay to the audience.
in a speech, the theme is also used as an organizational tool
Themes in stories are used to teach a lesson, where as themes in speaches are used to clarify the speech to make more understandable and clearer for the audiance