Speaking to Persuade

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Speaking to Persuade 15:03 Persuasive Assignment 60 Points Speech of fact, value, or policy o Fact – weather or not something is true or false(JFK) o Value – good or bad (film critics) o Policy –  Change beliefs, attitudes, and/or actions Turn in folder containing instructor evaluation Form thesis statement, bib,  outline, and any slides on day of speech 4:30 – 5:30 w/ 15 sec. window No required visual aid Self-Evaluation View videotape of your presentation 2-3 pages Use clear headings Content Organization Delivery Overall
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What keeps you up at night? Must be controversial or debatable? Address counter arguments (but don’t let them dominate) Take “small bites” Is audience movement possible? Three Levels of Influence Attitudes o Likes/Dislikes o “History bores me.” Beliefs o True/False o “America was discovered by the Vikings.” Values o Right/Wrong, Worthwhile o “The study of history enriches our lives.” Cognitive Dissonance
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This note was uploaded on 07/24/2009 for the course CMS 306M taught by Professor Gomez during the Fall '06 term at University of Texas.

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