When we discussed persuasive speeches, we covered 4 ways to organize a persuasive speech. For this week's discussion board, choose 2 of the 4 ways in which you could organize a persuasive speech and briefly discuss what they mean and why they would be a good choice for a persuasive speech.
As always, your initial post needs to be at least 100 words with at least 2 replies being 50 words each. And please remember to not post all in the same day.
I thank an informative should educate the audience about its topic. I think These speeches are not argumentative they describe, announce, or explain their subject without making a case or taking sides. Catering to the audience's needs is important in any speech, but it is crucial in an informative speech. This type of speech relies on the value of the information itself, without the added appeal of a conversion experience or an emotional catharsis. for example'' Market research shows that consumers weigh three main issues when they consider buying an electric car: purchase price and convenience, and long-term cost savings.
There are four ways in which you could organize a persuasive speech; the first is through a problem-solving pattern. Problem solving is one of the more simple techniques. The speaker will acknowledge the existence of a problem. They will need at least two ways to to establish their subject as a problem to the audience, and then they will need to provide a way in which this problem can be resolved. Another effective technique is the refutational approach. This approach is beneficial because the speaker can acknowledge both sides of an argument. They can then provide adequate support as to why they believe their stance is more correct.
4 Ways to Organize Your
1.Problem-Solving Pattern2.Refutational Approach3.Comparative Advantage Method4.Monroe’s Motivated Sequence