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    • RHETORIC
      Persuasive Speaking
      Communication Award (Basic)
    • RHETORIC
      Persuasive Speaking
      Communication Award (Basic)
      • What is rhetoric?
      • Informative vs. Persuasive
      • Preparing speeches
      • How to be convincing?
      • Prepare for your individual project
    • RHETORIC
      Persuasive Speaking
      Rhetoric is the art & science of the use of language.
    • RHETORIC
      Some great speakers
    • PUBLIC SPEAKING
      The Basics
      There are two general types of speech:
      Informative(telling you who, what, when, where, which, how)
      Persuasive (telling you why, how)
    • PUBLIC SPEAKING
      The Basics
      There are two general types of speech:
      Informative(telling you who, what, when, where, which, how)
      Persuasive (telling you why, how)
      The fine line: whether you made a stand.
    • PUBLIC SPEAKING
      Preparing from stretch
      1. Know your audience.
      2. Nail a topic.
    • 3. Outline & organize your presentation.
      4. Present it! (Your topic, of course)
      5. Receive feedbacks and evaluation.
    • PUBLIC SPEAKING
      Be competent
      • Establish relationship
      • Build credibility
      • Form arguments
      • Create tensions
      • Try emotional appeals
    • PUBLIC SPEAKING
      Be competent
      • Establish relationship
      • Build credibility
      • Form arguments
      • Create tensions
      • Try emotional appeals
      (More than logic)
    • Individual Project - Speech
      Look for the list of topics on Facebook Group.
      Confirm and write down your topic title on next week’s quiz paper.
      Speech Day: 8 July 2011
      Group One: 10-11am; Group Two: Normal
      20 sign ups for G1, 10 for G2.
      Limit 3 minutes per speech.
      A page of notes to be submitted when coming to give the speech.
      Topic presented may be tested in Finals.