Final Exam Study Guide

Final Exam Study Guide - Figures of speech, such as...

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Final Exam Study Guide The final exam is comprehensive; it covers all material from the quarter. It includes readings from the text and in-class lecture material. The following is a reference for key concepts and terms with which you should be familiar. The final consists of multiple choice and T/F, as well as short answer and fill-in-the-blank. In addition to some general knowledge questions, the following are key points of concepts and material that you should know for the final. Organization and parts of a speech, including function, construction, purpose of each part and its elements. Outlining Literary devices Connotative and denotative meaning of words
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Unformatted text preview: Figures of speech, such as metaphor, repetition, and so forth Organizational patterns of speeches Propositions of fact, value, policy Policy speeches Patterns of organization, including Monroes Motivated Sequence) Need, plan, practicality Four basic methods of reasoning Analogy (or also known as analogical) Causal Inductive (also known as reasoning from specific instances) Deductive (also known as reasoning from principle) Fallacies in reasoning; recognize and name each fallacy Aristotle Enthymeme (what it is, how and why used) Kenneth Burkes identification substantial consubstantial...
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2010 for the course COMS 101 taught by Professor Twisselman during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly.

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