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Mrs. B.'s Ch. 11

Speech Ch. 11 Vocabulary

A discussion question dealing with whether a situation exists, under what circumstances it exists, or how it may be defined. Questions of Fact
A discussion question revolving around the worth of an object, person or situation. Questions of Value
A discussion question directed toward some courses of physical or mental action, often including the word should. Questions of Policy
A means by which one person can cause another to want to believe, think, or do something. Persuasion
An audience that already agrees with a speaker's basic persuasive purpose. Positive Audience
An audience that is neither for nor against a topic and needs more information in order to form an opinion. Neutral Audience
An audience that disagrees with the speaker's stand on a topic. Opposed Audience
Raw material with which you prove or support statements. Evidence
The ability to think, form judgments, and draw conclusions; the process of putting evidence together into a logical argument. Reasoning
The power to impress or influence, which comes from one's character or position. Prestige
Created by: dbalthrop