Suppose you are talking about the need for college students to avoid
credit-card debt. Part of your speech deals with the large amount of debt
the typical college student faces by the time he or she graduates. You
give an example, you personalize the subj
Main Points: I. Hydrogen fuel cells were developed to provide a highly efficient form of energy.
II. Hydrogen fuel cells produce power through an electro-chemical reaction
involving hydrogen gas.
III. Hydrogen fuel cells provide an economically and enviro
One method of doing this has been likened to a musical crescendo.
As in a symphony in which one instrument after another joins in until
the entire orchestra is playing, the speech builds in force until it
reaches a zenith of power and intensity. 3 (This d
audience knows that? Just tell them. Of all the
sugges-tions Ive given you, this last tip is the most
important one. The higher the SPF level on your
sunscreen, the better. Be careful not to overuse this
technique. If you claim that every other point is a
1. Identify the flaw (or flaws) in each of the following questions for a problem-solving group
discussion. Rewrite each question so it conforms to the criteria discussed in the chapter for
effective discussion questions.
a. What should be done to prevent
THE CHOICE OF WHAT TO BELIEVE IS UP TO YOU
Stephen J. Cannell failed first, fourth, and tenth grades. He couldnt read and comprehend like
other kids in his class could. He would spend 5 hours with his mother studying for a test and then
fail it. When he a