Persuasive Speaking. Reflection (name, Lab #, Instructor). What is one thing you learned from the content of the speeches during the Informative round? What is one thing you learned about speech-making by watching others do it?
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Persuasive speaking urges us to choose from among options.There are several points of contrast.
Persuasive speakers face extensive ethical obligations.Points of Contrast
Persuasive speeches typically include emotional appeals.Points of Contrast
1. To persuade my audience to donate time as a community volunteer.
5. Look at what you wrote for # 4 on the reflection; was it a fact, value or policy issue you were persuaded about? Explain briefly.
[If you have nothing for #4, then tell me what this statement is: “To persuade my audience that violence on television is a major cause of violent behavior in society.” And turn it into a specific purpose statement for a question of policy.]
Persuasive Speech Policy Analysis
“We often think of persuasion as something a speaker does to an audience. In fact, as a great deal of research shows, persuasion is something a speaker does with an audience” (p. 403).
To persuade my audience that the state of Iowa should have a mandatory helmet law for motorcyclists.
#6. What would be the problem issue here?
How do I create and organize persuasive speeches so that they are more convincing?
“The Problem with Pennies”
I. Pennies cause serious problems for individuals, businesses and the national economy.
[Note the internal preview]
II. The federal government should eliminate pennies from the money supply.
[Note the signpost: “The plan has 4 steps]”
How do I organize persuasive speeches so that they are more convincing?
Marry, sir, they have committed false report;
moreover, they have spoken untruths;
secondarily, they are slanders; sixth and
lastly, they have belied a lady; thirdly,
They have verified unjust things; and, to
conclude, they are lying knaves.
I. There is a serious shortage of healthy organs available for transplant.
II. By signing a universal organ donor card you can help solve this problem.
I. Problem = Problem/Need
II. Solution = Plan and Practicality
I. Problem = Problem/Need
II. Cause = Problem/Need
III. Solution = Plan and Practicality
A. Inexperience (but we will always have that)
B. Undeveloped brains
C. Night driving
D. Distracted by passengers
A. Change ages of licensing (responds to brains issue).
B. Restrict nighttime driving. (responds to nights arg.).
C. Restrict the number of passengers.(responds to concern about passenger distractions).
I. Some argue that we should increase our refining capacity.
II. Some argue that we should increase drilling in the U.S.
Internal Summary/Transition: We all agree that we must take action to deal with the current fuel shortage and high prices. Increasing refining capacity and new domestic drilling projects have been proposed, but they won’t solve the problem. Instead, what we must do is….
III. The government should invest its resources in alternative fuel technologies.
Each Main point looks at 2 plans to compare them on one practicality point.
I. We should not abolish casino gambling in Iowa because no one is being hurt by it.
II. We should not abolish casino gambling in Iowa because it is not an immoral activity.
IV. We should not abolish casino gambling in Iowa because it is raising money for education.
I. Alcohol-related traffic accidents kill more college age people than any other single problem.
II. Drinking and driving is a social problem that is caused by peer pressure, inconsistent laws, and irresponsible actions.
III. You can help combat this problem by taking three simple steps.
I. This nation faces a serious crisis of voter apathy.
II. You must register, study and vote to contribute positively to the process.
III. You must act because in a nation where everyone votes responsibly we would achieve the vision of intelligent discussion of issues and candidates who are held accountable.
I. We could escape the state budget deficit by cutting funding for state services and for state universities.
II. We could escape the state budget deficit by reducing pay to all state employees through furloughs.
III. The best way to escape the state budget deficit is through raising the state’s income taxes.