Project #91843 - Speech

  • The Speaker's Handbook, 9th ed., by Jo Sprague, Douglas Stuart and David Bodary

 

  • Reference

Chapter 16: Reasoning

Chapter 19: Credibility

Chapter 20: Motivational Appeals

Chapter 29: Answering Questions

Chapter 30: Analyzing Speech Context\

 

 

  • Research relevant material for inclusion in a persuasive speech.

  • Prepare a persuasive speech.

  • Demonstrate an effective use of reasoning in a persuasive speech by explaining the logical steps leading to your conclusions.

 

After completing your referencinng for this, answer the following based on the speech attached.

 

  1. Select two of your main points and provide two pieces of evidence to support each of them. Set-up your answer in the following manner:

 

Main Point 1

 

Evidence 1

 

Evidence 2

 
   

Main Point 2

 

Evidence 1

 

Evidence 2

 

 

 

  1. Apply at least three of the four reasoning techniques outlined in the chart below to your evidence. Apply your choices to your evidence to support your claim. Your claim can be your thesis – what you are ultimately trying to get at.



Inductive Reasoning

Evidence (E:)

Reasoning: Past patterns indicate future performance (R:)

Claim (C:)

 

Inductive:

General to Specific

E:

 

R:

 

C:

 



Deductive Reasoning

Evidence (E:)

Reasoning: Establishing relationships between things (R:)

Claim (C:)

 

Deductive:

Specific to General

E:

 

R:

 

C:

 



Causal Reasoning

Evidence (E:)

Reasoning: Linking events through cause and effect (R:)

Claim (C:)

 

Casual:

Cause and Effect

E:

 

R:

 

C:

 




Reasoning by Analogy

Evidence (E:)

Reasoning: Comparing two similar things (R:)

Claim (C:)

 

Analogy:

Comparing

E:

 

R:

 

C:

 

 

  1. Identify one potential fallacy in your reasoning. Look at the list of reasoning fallacies in your textbook and determine which one your topic might be most likely to use.

  2. After looking at Maslow’s Hierarchy (Chapter 20, fig. 20.1) determine which needs your speech will target.

  3. How will you motivate your audience? What needs or fears will you appeal to?




 

 

 

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