Persuasive Speech Hewitt MP
Terms in this set (12)
to convince, cause somebody to adopt a certain position, belief, or course of action (v.)
A talk or public address. The purpose of a speech may be to entertain, explain, persuade, or inspire. (n.)
A statement that is true; a true statement that can be proven (n.)
what someone thinks about a topic;A belief or view about something (n.)
Back up with details (v)
Connected with or related to the matter at hand (adj.)
It can take that form of facts, quotations, examples, statistics, or personal experiences among others to show that statement is true. (noun)
Referring to the reader directly using the pronouns 'we' or 'you'.
Any question in a speech which does not require an answer.
Writing the same word or phrase a number of times.
Words which elicit a powerful response.
Rule of 3
Lists of three things in a sentence.