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Persuasive Speaking

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Candice Betts

on 1 September 2010

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Transcript of Persuasive Speaking

Argument
Good vs. bad argument What makes something persuasive?
Everyone has had an argument at some point in their lives. What are some things that you have argued about? How do they do it? Persuasion Famous persuasive speeches Look at the following arguments and write down what made them good or bad. Have you ever met a person that seems to win every argument? There have been many public speeches given by important people in society. Polititians Movie Stars Humanitairians Think of some famous speeches that you have heard. What makes an everyday speech become a
really effective persausive speech? Think about
what you saw in the pervious videos. an address or composition intended to convince or persuade an oral disagreement; verbal opposition; contention; altercation a proccess of reasoning; a series of reasons: I couldn't follow his argument a discussion involving different point of view When you here the word 'argument' this is usually what comes to mind first What does it mean? 1. To get somebody to do something: to succeed in convincing somebody to do something, especially by reasoning, pleading, coaxing. 2. Convince somebody of something: to make somebody believe something, especially by giving good reasons for doing so.
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