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Chapter 12 How Do I Present My Arguments to My Audience Student Version

Chapter 12 How Do I Present My Arguments to My Audience Student Version

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CHAPTER 12 How Do I Present My Arguments to My Audience?
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Rhetorical Strategy ± Adapting your message to an audience is often referred to as a “ rhetorical strategy ;” or what you do to help your chances of the audience being persuaded by you. ± This includes ¡ __________________________ ¡ Evidence ¡ __________________________ ¡ __________________________ ¡ Delivery Techniques ¡ __________________________
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Audience Analysis ± ____________ Audience: The general context in which the argument takes place (i.e. law, medicine etc.) ± ____________ Audience: Who you will actually be speaking to. ¡ Ask Questions Like… ÷ What do they think is important? ÷ Do they share my views? ÷ What reasons are they likely to find be persuasive?
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Language Choice ± Words are often a symbols/representation for something else. ± Finish my sentence….
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Style You can establish your style be successfully implementing three things: 1. _____________ 2. Clarity 3. _____________
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Introductions
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Unformatted text preview: ± In argumentation, successful introductions establish four things: 1. __________________ 2. Clarifies your perspective 3. Gives the audience a _______for listening to your ___________ 4. Establishes your credibility Conclusions ± The successful conclusion must accomplish the following: 1. Summarize the _________ your argument 2. Acknowledge the audience’s part 3. _______________ Delivery Techniques ± Voice 1. Articulation 2. Pronunciation 3. __________ 4. Volume 5. __________ 6. __________ 7. Fillers 8. Attitude Use of Body ± ____________ ± Facial Expression ± Gestures ± ____________ ± Movement ± ____________ Establish Credibility ± _______ Credibility : What the audience already knows about you! ± _______ Credibility : Assigned by the audience as a result of your argumentation skills and experience. ± Manage your Credibility: 1. Give credit where credit is due! 2. Be __________! 3. Be Fair! 4. Be Honest and Sincere!...
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