The persuasive speech (1)

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The persuasive speech SLCC Fairview High School
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The goal of a persuasive speech: Convince your audience think, believe, or act as you want them to.
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Before we begin Get out your writer’s notebook to write when I ask you directed questions on the following slides.
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A persuasive speech seeks to Establish a fact E.g., Coffee drinkers have (do not have) a higher risk of heart disease. OR Change a belief E.g., It is (is not) wrong to avoid jury duty. OR Move an audience to act on a policy E.g., Funding for space exploration should (should not) be increased. Which one will you do with your research paper topic?
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Persuasive speeches use various appeals Pathos Ethos Logos As I explain these, write down which one you plan to use.
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Persuasive speeches use various appeals Emotional appeal (pathos) Cite specifics Use vivid language Include personal references
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Persuasive speeches use various appeals Establish your character and ethics (ethos) Show you are competent to be talking about your topic Be sincere and genuine in your delivery Be energetic and enthusiastic about your topic Prove you are a credible voice on your topic
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course LIT 337 taught by Professor Jackson during the Winter '10 term at Grand Valley State University.

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