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1. Compare and contrast informative speaking and persuasive speaking. 2. Define questions of fact, questions of value, and questions of policy. Write an original specific purpose statement for each type of question. 3. Discuss the five steps involved in Monroe’s motivated sequence. 4. Discuss what you plan to do during your speeches to establish and maintain credibility. 5. What are the differences among initial credibility, derived credibility, and terminal credibility? 6. List the following fallacies of argument and cite a brief original example of each type: (a) hasty generalization, (b) false cause, (c) invalid analogy, (d) red herring, (e) ad hominem, (f) either-or, (g) bandwagon, and (h) slippery slope. 7. Discuss various elements you plan to consider as you attempt to identify your target audience. 8. Distinguish between speeches to gain passive agreement and speeches to gain action. 9. Discuss the three basic issues that relate to questions of policy.
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Unformatted text preview: 10. Define problem-solution order and comparative advantages order. Propose an original specific purpose statement for each of the two organizational patterns. 11. What does evidence have to do with public speaking? 12. Discuss four tips for using evidence in your speeches. 13. Discuss three methods you can use to generate emotional appeal in your speeches. 14. Review the information related to brainstorming for topics in the chapter related to choosing a topic. Use the personal inventory or clustering technique to generate a list of topics that may be used as the subject for your persuasive speech in this course. Submit your list of topics and identify the top three choices from your generated list. However, you will not be bound to select any of the topics from the list in your ultimate persuasive speech presented in the course....
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