Professor Ericka Scott
ENGL 110 60
The entire book of Exodus seems to snowball and climb a ladder until it finally
reaches the climax of the entire Book; a point that everything before this appears to build up
Professor John Auth
Introduction (Normal Section! Be still, no movement.)
A. Im going to inform you about the game of tennis.
1. This will kind of be A Beginners Guide to Tennis
2. You will be
Christianity & The Christian Faith
To be completely honest, I wouldnt want to impact the world I live in through public
speaking. To impact the world is one thing; to impact it through my speech is
Chapter 15: Speaking to Persuade
Persuasion: the process of creating, reinforcing, or changing peoples beliefs or actions.
Mental dialogue with the audience: the mental give-and-take between speaker and
listener during a persuasive speech.
Chapter 11: The Use of Language
Language is not an exact science; words do not always represent the truth perfectly.
Denotative meaning: the literal or dictionary meaning of a word.
Connotative meaning: the meaning suggested by the association or emotions
Persuasive Speech Self-Evaluation
A. My intentions were to introduce the Sabbath in an interesting way and to tell the
audience what I was going to tell them.
B. In my actual speech,
The Sabbath Is Serious
What is the purpose for the Ten Commandments? Have you ever wondered that? Do we
follow them because thats part of being a Christian or because theyre written in the Bible for
Packers: 2011 World Champions
The population of Green Bay, Wisconsin is 102,313. That makes Green Bay the smallest
United States city to own a National Football League team. Not only that, but the G
Chapter 7: Supporting Your Ideas
Persuasive arguments are more convincing with empirical evidence.
Supporting materials: the materials used to support a speakers ideas.
The three major kinds of supporting materials are examples, statistics, and testimony.