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Fact, Value, Policy Worksheet (Activity #8, 10 points) Name                                                                         Section   Below are four specific purpose statements for persuasive speeches. In each case explain whether the speech associated with it concerns a question of fact, a question of value, or a question of policy. Then rewrite the specific purpose statement to make it appropriate for a speech about one of the other two kinds of questions. For instance, if the original purpose statement is about a question of policy, write a new specific purpose statement that deals with the same topic as either a question of fact or a question of value. 1. To persuade my audience to get training in CPR. Does this specific purpose deal with a question of fact, value, or policy?        
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  • Winter '16
  • McKenney
  • specific purpose, specific purpose statement

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