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Unformatted text preview: STUDY GUIDE SHEET: COMM 201 Spring 2007 You are responsible for all material covered in class. You are expected to know and to be able to use and identify the basic elements of effective public speaking. Here is a list of some of the things you should study. Aristotle's model of communication (book and lecture) Five canons of persuasion "Proofs" of persuasion Audience analysis What is a properly worded specific purpose? central idea? Be able to write and identify a properly worded specific purpose and central idea. What is a proposition of fact? value? policy? What are the differences between them? Identify different patterns of organization used in giving speeches both for informative and persuasive speaking (examples: topical, spatial, chronological, problem solution, refutation, motivated sequence). Be able to identify when to use each one. Know and BE ABLE TO EXPLAIN: Monroe's Motivated Sequence of persuasion, Problem- Solution Division, Need-Plan and Refutational Strategy (see persuasive chapters of your book...
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- Spring '07