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Persuasion Workshop
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In your speech… Which types of evidence will you use? explanatory, definition, descriptive, statistics, examples, analogy, testimony Be sure to include both logos and pathos! Which types of reasoning will you use? inductive, deductive, signs, parallel cases, causal relations Which type of organization will you use? Questions of value: Familiarity/acceptance, topical Questions of policy : Problem-cause-solution, Monroe’s motivated sequence, elimination outline How is your topic relevant to your audiences? Why is your topic important for them? How will you establish your speaker credibility? What can you do to deliver your speech effectively? speed, volume, gestures, eye contact, distracting behaviors, verbal fillers
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Organization Questions of value Familiarity/acceptance Topical Questions of policy Monroe’s motivated sequence attention, need, satisfaction, visualization, action Problem-cause-solution Elimination outline
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Tips Start strongly! Creative attention-getter (quote, story, etc.) Clearly state your thesis, credibility, and the relevance to your audience Preview points End strongly!
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