Chapters 6 Response

Chapters 6 Response - Zheng Wu Dr. Clubbs SC105-19 30...

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Zheng Wu Dr. Clubbs SC105-19 30 January 2010 Reader Response to Chapter 6: Developing Significant Topics Type a personal response to each of the prompts. Use full sentences and good paragraph structure. 1. Make a list of potential topics for your informative and persuasive speeches by conducting a self inventory. Consider personal concerns and community issues, intellectual and educational interests, career goals, leisure activities and interests, as well as topics of public concern. (10 points) I can come up with a list of potential topics. I want to tell others the benefits of a part-time job, how to protect themselves from the infectious germs in public bathrooms, how harmful hair dye is to our scalp, and the harm of sleep deprivation and how to get better sleep. In addition, I tend to persuade drivers fasten their seat belts as long as they get into the vehicle. I want to persuade people not to smoke in public places. Under the protection of Good Samaritan law, I persuade people who have abilities and skills to
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course SC 105 taught by Professor Sc105 during the Spring '11 term at Rosemont.

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Chapters 6 Response - Zheng Wu Dr. Clubbs SC105-19 30...

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