02-02-10 - • What do you want out of an argument?...

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COMM 40 Tuesday, February 2
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Practice Please find a partner and practice your “Eat Here” speeches once each. Use this time wisely. After you’ve practiced your speech once, write your name on the board.
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Agenda Check in Announcement Persuasion Goals “Eat Here” speeches Looking Ahead
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Announcement Please add the following class to participate in Final Exam Option 1 on April 30: COMM 191B class # 23128 – to participate in final exam Make sure you have Friday, April 30 available for the final exam Consider adding the following if you need/want more units: COMM 91J (class #20409 or 20410) – online class that teaches you to judge speech and debate tournaments COMM 80 (class #20406, 20407, 20408, 24326, 24327 or 24328) – use the COMM lab and get a unit
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Persuasion Goals What is the difference between fighting and arguing? What must happen to know persuasion took place?
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Unformatted text preview: • What do you want out of an argument? Fighting vs. Arguing • Aggression • Domination • Discord • To win • Agreement • Persuasion • Consensus • To win over It’s about time … It’s about CHANGE! • Change the audience’s emotion • Change the audience’s opinion (requires change of emotion) • Change the audience’s action (requires change of opinion) Yes we can! Tools of Persuasion • Ethos • Logos • Pathos (Don’t) “Eat Here”! Looking Ahead • Reading • Heinrichs chapter 4 • Sprague chapters 12, 26 • Think about an organization, movement or cause that you would like to advocate for: • Why is it important to you? • Why would it be important to us? • Current event presentations start on Thursday, 2/4 • See instructions under “Assignments” on the class page. • R 2/4 - Ashley • T 2/9 - Kevin...
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