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Unformatted text preview: Y cannot be done i. X is possible Y is not possible ii. X is practical Y is not practical b. X will be expedient, useful, effective, etc. Y would be inexpedient, useless, etc. c. X would be morally right, just, etc. Y would be unjust d. X will provide important results Y will produce insignificant results 5. Since a deliberative speech is designed, ultimately, to solve some practical problem, to eliminate some deficiency, or to secure some benefit, a possible organizational pattern is the need-plan-practicality pattern: Need : Show us that there is a problem and that it must be addressed. Plan : Explain exactly what your policy is and how it addresses this problem. Practicality : Reveal why this policy is best. Show us how this policy is feasible to implement, why it is not subject to the same defects or shortcomings that other policies are, why it will work, why it is just, etc....
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course CAS 100A taught by Professor Schneider,lori during the Summer '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.
- Summer '08