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10-25-10 · Persuasion o Dialogical listening- as if you’re in a conversation; giving feedback [verbal, nonverbal, written] o 10/25/10 PERSUASION - behavior focus. Something we can act on, behavior. Persuade everyone to do something donate? Visit country, eat healthy, keep it in the realm of ethics, legal, participate in something. .stop drinking coke and have water. Run 30 mins. TOPIC DUE WEDNESDAY [Survey for book notes: good graphics, colors, charts, a lot of examples, checklists] Dialogical listening-conversational listening, giving speaker feedback, could be verbal, non verbal, etc. writing. Don’t be too harsh or embarrass speaker. Persuasion: Attempt to get your audience to Change their mind Alter their viewpoint Change their behavior Continue believing what they do or acting as they do Choosing your persuasive topic What do you believe in? What do you feel strongly about? What are your social ideals?
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