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Speech Unit II Exam

Types of Supporting Material 1.Personal Experience 2.Common Knowledge 3.Direct Observation 4.Examples 5.Documents 6.Statistics 7.Testimony
Common Knowledge The beliefs and values that members of a society or culture generally share
Examples 1. Brief Examples 2. Anecdote (story) 3. Case Study 4. Hypothetical Example (tell listeners to imagine themselves in a situation) 3. 2.
Document Primary source that can establish a claim directly, without opinion or speculation
Statistics Numbers recording the extent of something or the frequency with which it occurs. 1. Surveys and Polls 2. Simple Enumeration 3. Rates of Change 4. Experiments
Testimony Information or an opinion expressed by someone other than the speaker 1. Factual and Opinion Testimony
3 Main Goals of Research 1. Strengthen personal expertise 2. Find evidence to support ideas 3. Make ideas significant, clear, and understandable
Created by: Hardin36