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Virtual Class In this exercise, we will begin to think about persuasion. We will begin broadly, by asking what is persuasive, and narrow the topic down to how persuasion looks in a speech. Please navigate to the video/multimedia section of your MySpeechLab (if you forgot how, instructions can be located in Library Assignment 4). Follow the instructions: 1. In Chapter 1, please watch Persuasive Speech: Secondhand Smoke and Persuasive Speech: Starbucks. 2. In Chapter 14, please watch T he Process of Developing a Speech: Building a Persuasive Argument . In 500 to 700 words, please answer the following questions: 1. Identify the thesis statements in Secondhand Smoke and Starbucks . What are the differences in how these statements are constructed? What effect does this have on organization of the speech.
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Unformatted text preview: Please use at least one example from each speech . 2. How are sources used differently in a persuasive format when compared to an informative format. I don't mean citation—I am referring to how they are used in the context of the argument. Please cite at least one example in your answer form either Secondhand Smoke or Starbucks. 3. In T he Process of Developing a Speech: Building a Persuasive Argument, the video traces exactly what David does to build his argument. Discuss the differences between abstract examples and concrete examples. What are the advantages of the two, what are their weaknesses? Please provide and example of each from David's speech in your answer....
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