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Unformatted text preview: speech to win the audience, whom usually went into frenzy with pride and agreement. This was due to his adeptness at disguising his true purposes with great oral tactics, that everybody falsely believed he had an ethical character. Nonetheless, not everyone can become Hitler. For most of us, only when our prominent oral skills match with our moral standards can we truly earn the respect of targeted audience. More specifically, as speakers, we are supposed to remain soundly ethical throughout the entire speech process. First of all, we should carefully pick a topic that does not conflict moral expectations. Then, we must sedulously collect authentic and convincing evidence to validate his specific viewpoint. Finally when we deliver the speech, we are responsible for adopting appropriate expressions and responding, adjusting to reactions from the audience. In short, we ought to stay honest from the moment we decide to give a speech till everything is over. (92-93)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course MODERN LAN 111 taught by Professor Edtell during the Winter '12 term at Waterloo.
- Winter '12