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Jase Zappel Comm103 Chapter 11 Notes Rhetoric- the art of influencing an audience through words Dialect- a question-and-answer process used to examine all sides of an issue to find te truth The rhetorical canons: Invention- identifying the materials that will make up your speech Arrangement- organizing wha you have idenified in an effective manner Style- the manner and way you give the speech delivery- presentaton of the speech itself Memory- memorizing your speech (rare today) Public speaking- communication from one person to many Types of speeches: Informative speech- giving listeners a greater understanding of some idea which may be new to them Persuasive speech- purpose of influencing an audience’s attitudes, beliefs, values, or behaviors and moving them to change in some way Types of Delivery: Impromptu speech- delivered with the least amount of preparation Extemporaneous speech- carefully planned and prepared ahead of time Manuscript speech- written ahead of time, read word for word Memorized speech- requires most time, is written word for word then memorized ahead of time, before being spoken to an audience
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