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Unformatted text preview: My first main point is drugs are not as bad as what we thought if we used them properly. I used the example of De Quincey to support my idea. However, I said the example was just a wonder so that it would not mislead my audience that drugs are not harmful. When I said the Clintons used or using drugs and showed more statistics and serious consequences to my audience, they seemed really afraid. Then I gave my Guo, Yuxin Professor Anderson ENGL 3000, section 001 November 20, 2007 grandma’s example to make them feel confident. I used repetition which encouraged my audience mental engagement. Actually, the ending part is a further encouragement for actions. I prefer this rather than a conclusion which requires a restatement of my thesis and main ideas, because my speech is not a informative one but a persuasive one which need more emotion. Personally, I think I have done a great job, enthusiasm, tone, rate, eye contact, visual aids, and maybe more body languages will be helpful....
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course ENG 3000 taught by Professor Fgh during the Spring '11 term at Prince George's Community College, Largo.
- Spring '11