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Persuasive Speaking-Stand Up Speak Out the Practice and Ethics of Public Speaking
Description: In this chapter, we are going to focus on persuasive speaking. We will first talk about persuasion as a general concept. We will then examine four different types of persuasive speeches, and finally, we’ll look at three organizational patterns that are useful for persuasive speeches.
Persuasive Speaking-Lumen-Principles of Public Speaking
After reading this chapter, you should be able to:
- Explain what a persuasive speech is.
- Describe the functions of persuasive speeches.
- List the different types of persuasive speeches.
- Identify persuasive strategies that make a speech more effective.
- Apply the appropriate organizational pattern based on your persuasive goals.
- Distinguish between ethical and unethical forms of persuasion.
- Apply module concepts in final questions and activities.
Introduction to Persuasive Speaking-Boundless
- Identify the qualities of a persuasive speech
- Define the three goals of a persuasive speech
- Differentiate between informative and persuasive speeches
- Explain the two psychological theories of persuasion
- Discuss the qualities that assure that persuasion is ethical
- Explain how to present evidence to prove that a fact is true
- Define a persuasive speech of value
- Demonstrate how to structure a persuasive speech on a question of policy
Rhetoric-Introduction to Communication-Lumen
After reading this chapter you should be able to:
- Define rhetoric.
- Identify key features of classical rhetorical theory.
- Identify the challenges that contemporary theorists are making to the study of rhetoric.
- Define rhetorical criticism.
- Explain the purpose and uses of rhetorical criticism.
- Explain the different models of rhetorical criticism.
- Understand how rhetorical theory and criticism are a current part of the communication discipline.
Presentations to Persuade-Business Communication for Success
- Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of persuasion.
- Describe similarities and differences between persuasion and motivation.
Persuasive Speaking-Comm 101 Public Speaking Saylor.org
Upon successful completion of this unit, you will be able to:
- apply common communication theories to persuasive presentations, i.e., social judgment theory, cognitive dissonance theory, or the elaboration likelihood model;
- identify the four types of persuasive claims;
- identify examples of the two types of policy claims; and
- identify common organizational patterns for persuasive speeches.