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Unformatted text preview: iii. Enthusiastic – you want to communicate 7) The difference between a. Syllogism – Deal with certainty b. Rhetorical syllogism – Deals with probability 8) Definition of evidence a. Anything that generates proof in the mind of the audience i. Facts ii. Statistics iii. Testimonies iv. Objects v. Etc. 9) Reasoning by example a. Making a linking series of instances having the same thing in common in which we draw a conclusion. i. Enough examples? ii. Typical? iii. Negative Examples non critical? iv. Examples cover the correct period of time? 10)Four elements of good delivery a. Eye contact b. Effective use of voice c. Bodily action d. Variety 11)Three sources of ethos a. What we know of speaker before they speak (reputation) b. Reputation and personality the speaker delivers while talking c. How closely their proposals coincide with audience’s beliefs Fluency and Pause – 2 of 6 things effective use of voice...
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- Spring '08
- Rhetoric, good delivery, bodily action, audience attitude change