Persuasive Activity

Persuasive Activity - the audience a chance to realize what...

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Zeeshan Zahid 06/14/2011 Spch. 275 Persuasive Activity I’d say from paragraphs 1 and 2, the speaker is in the attention step of the speech. The speaker is trying to grab the attention of the audience on giving the ultimate gift. From paragraphs 3 through 8, the speaker is in the need step of the speech. The speaker establishes credibility by citing the Texas Children’s Hospital and also tells a story about Brooke. These paragraphs involve the audience in understand the importance and seriousness of the situation. The satisfaction step of the speech is from paragraph 9 through 11. The speaker talks about a practical and concise solution. Steps are also listed on how easy and relatively painless the procedure is. From paragraph 12 through 13, the speaker is in the visualization step of their speech. This gives
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Unformatted text preview: the audience a chance to realize what type of impact they would have on other by donating blood. From paragraph 14 to 15, the speaker is in the action step of the speech. The speaker encourages the audience to take immediate action on the situation. The persuasive appeal is built by a basic foundation. First you must grab the attention of the audience and find a way for them to relate to the situation. Then you must establish credibility and the need for taking action. Once you have determined what need you have, you can come up with a solution to the problem. After the audience understands what a concise solution is, you can address the impact that the solution would have. For the last couple of paragraphs, you should talk about taking action to the problem to help solve it....
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course SPEECH 277 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Addison.

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