5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Define reasoning
- if you want to generate outcomes to persuasive speech what is needed?
- Oldest method of trying to change an attitude or behavior
- Introduction of Speech...
- How do you build credibility?
- a master art of speaking persuasively
- b 10-20% attention, background/ need , Specific Purpose/ Central Idea
- c reasoning is line of thought that connects the facts you present and conclusions
- d threat or fear
- e introduction, word choices, strong evidence
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- true or false claims
- organize thoughts logically, tailor message to audience, tell story for max impact
- central idea is a complete deceleration sentence that previews the main points to develop body
- cognitive dissnence, maslows heirachy of needs
- ethos- credibility logos- logic pathos- emotional
5 True/False Questions
Five patterns of organization → chronological, spatial, topical, casual, problem- solution
4 perspectiveness on nervousness → relate main and supporting points to audience, appeal to audience, connect listeners value, demonstrate how audience will benefit, acknowledge listeners reservations, focus on peripheral beliefs
Alan Monroes Motivate Sequence → inform, persuade, entertain
4 ethical considerations for persuasive speech → help audience make informed decision, research facts, note any bias, attribute research
If audience is hostile, sympathetic or neutral what should speaker do? → try different persuasive tactic, to understand audience