Who listens to a President?
By Ezra Klein March 19, 2012
A good speech can help a candidate achieve his goals. For a President, its different. Credit Ron
Richard Neustadt, who died in 2003, was the most inuential scholar of the A
Auxiliary P155 lecture
from a practical point of view
An audience-centered approach:
is more likely to succeed,
is a more satisfying experience,
1. Have you ever watched part or all of a Presidents speech on television?
2. Do you think that being a good speaker makes a President a good leader?
3. How would you rate our current President's speaking skills?
I have watched part of some of President O
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Mrs. King P155
Public Introduction Speech
I. In world with great polarization occurring
A. Tensions all-time high; all called upon
i. Bring + qualities/traits to surface
ii. All have some strengths to give
II. 17 y
Brainstorm Invitation Speech
Problem Solution Pattern
Statistics must be sound
Win the audience
Start with a story, then eventually come to what you want audience to do
GET THEM TO UNDERSTAND MY SIDE
QUOTE FOR EACH MAIN POINT; 2 in causes, 2 in effects*
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Claims, Claims, Claims
A claim persuades, argues, convinces, proves, or provocatively suggests something to a
reader who may or may not initially agree with you. What most non-academics mean by
argument is usually a polar opposition or heated