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Speech Persuasion

What does a persuasive speech ask the audience? To do something
What is the speaker's job in a persuasive speech? To push the right buttons
What do audiences need to believe what the speaker is saying is true? Proof
What appeal has the strongest effect on the audience? Emotional
Do people like listening to uninterrupted evidence and long lists of facts and statistics? No
How many types of appeal has the best chance of convincing the audience? All three
Another word for ________ is an urgent request. Appeal
What is leading the way and showing your audience the emotion your wish them to feel by feeling yourself called? Telegraphing
What type of appeal is honesty and personal integrity? Personal
What type of appeal is evidence that excites or moves your audience? Emotional
What type of appeal is is pathos? Emotional
What type of appeal is is the analytical side of an argument? Logical
What type of appeal is speaking with composure? Personal
What type of appeal is appeal that aims for the heart? Emotional
What type of appeal is solid reasoning and valid evidence? Logical
What type of appeal is logos? Logical
What type of appeal is trust and credibility? Personal
What type of appeal is people's feelings of love, anger, fear, compassion, patriotism, etc? Emotional
What type of appeal is ethos? Personal
What type of appeal are people persons? Personal
Created by: howesmi
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