Final Review

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Final Review Tuesday, December 06, 2011 3:31 PM The Rhetorical Situation - how you think about an audience and how you adapt your speech for them 4 out of 6 - Identification Questions Case Study-esque question 1 Essay Question Audience To give a good public speech, you need to start by thinking about your audience What kinds of things should you think about? o AS Test - book o Who is in it? Demographics o What do they need to hear? Why are they listening? o How can you best make the case to them? Content, Argument, Organization, Style A public speech is about connecting with your audience in the way that they will listen to and process what you are saying Because you can connect with an audience in different ways, you have a number of choices to make o Effectiveness Consider the RHETORICAL SITUATION Audience (composition, dispositions, pre-existing attitudes) Exigence (why are they listening, the problem that you are addressing) Constraints (what prevents them from taking up your point of
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