Public Speaking - Persuasive Speaking: Need to do something...

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Persuasive Speaking: Need to do something Changing or reinforcing attitudes and beliefs Dissendents: Positive and negative motivation Good variety of both Don’t use too much negative motivation Positive motivation can be less effective = no punch Varies by topic 4 Elements of a Situational Audience Analysis - Time - Size of Audience - Location - Occasion 3 Guidelines for Selecting Topic - Consider the audience - Consider the occasion - Consider yourself What is a blue print? Two way in speech, central idea and main ideas 6 Ways to Evaluate Web Resources - Accountability - Accuracy - Objectivity - Date - Usability - Diversity 5 Step Motivational Sequence - Attention - Need - Satisfaciton - Visualization - Action Maslow: 5 Levels of Needs - Physiological - Safety - Social - Self Esteem - Self Actualization
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5 Steps to John Dewey’s Thinking Process - Identify/define problem - Analyze the problem - Generate Solutions - Select Solutions - Test Solution 5 Ways to Organize Main Ideas - Chronologically: Organized by time, reverse/regular
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course COMM 2100 taught by Professor Overby during the Fall '08 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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