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1Select the speech whose goal is to inform, rather than persuade.Teach an audience about the history of dairy production in the United StatesEncourage the members of a community to invest in a public park for the local childrenUse key facts on pesticides to convince farmers to try a new method of pest controlMake an audience believe that classical music has influenced all music typesCONCEPTThe Goals of a Persuasive Speech: Convincing, Actuation, and StimulationPersuasive vs. Informative SpeakingDefining a Persuasive Speech2Which of the following sentences does not indicate a transitionwithin a speech?“On the other hand, some breeds of dogs can be good caregivers for young childrenand the elderly.”“Next, please direct your attention to the recycling location maps in the center of eachtable.”“Imagine you are on a boat in which there are three people (including you), but only onelife jacket.”“Furthermore, the use of knuckles as locomotive aids shows the biological connectionsbetween apes and humans.”CONCEPT
Components of a Speech: Main Points, Introduction, Conclusion, and Transitions3
To complete her assignment, Michelle will make a persuasive speech to herbiology class. She has decided to deliver a speech urging the class to believethat Bigfoot exists.Michelle's speech is best defined as a persuasive speechon (A)Questions of Credibility.AQuestions of FactQuestions of CredibilityQuestions of PolicyQuestions ofValueCONCEPTPersuasive Speeches on Questions of FactPersuasive Speeches on Questions of ValuePersuasive Speeches on Questions of Policy4Radhika wants to convince her boss that paying for employees to attend anearby conference will benefit the company in the long run. She knows thather boss is skeptical of the idea, and worries about selective exposure.Which of the following elements might counteract the selectiveexposure of Radhika’s boss?
Radhika could ask her boss’ family members to help her to convince him to supportemployee attendance at the conference.CONCEPTExpect Selective ExposureDon't Expect Too Much5
It is important to be (A)Specific and succinctin your conclusion, sothat your audience remembers why they should care about whatyou are saying.AEmotional and extensiveSpecific and succinctElaborate andintenseEnergetic and humorousCONCEPTSummarizing IdeasThe Role of the Conclusion6In his presentation to the new teachers at Hickman Middle School, Mr. Markusoutlined the process of accessing the online attendance system. “To use ouronline systems, you first need access to the school website. Next, you willnavigate your way around the website. Finally, you will become familiar withour attendance system.”

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