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Comm210 Week 15

by: Jennifer Miner

Comm210 Week 15 COMM 210

Jennifer Miner
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These notes cover the iclicker questions reviewed in class
Fundamentals of Public Communication
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jennifer Miner on Monday April 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to COMM 210 at Ball State University taught by Denker in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 9 views.

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Date Created: 04/25/16
Comm210 WEEK 15 IN­CLASS REVIEW GUIDE 1. A good starting point for research but_____ have a good chance of being out of date: TEXTBOOKS 2. This is the most effective example to use when you want the audience to personally  experience something: HYPOTHETICAL 3. Which is false? YOU SHOULD ALWAYS HAVE A VISUAL AID 4. The dictionary definition of a word is: DENOTATION 5. “America’s heart is heavy” / “Spirit of America weeps” what does this exemplify: PERSONIFICATION 6. Which of the following is known as the easiest persuasive goal? REINFORCING EXISTING BELIEFS 7. With what type of audience can you state clear goals? RECEPTIVE  8. Three approaches to persuasion: COACTIVE, COMBATIVE, EXPERSIONISTIC  9. “She is better than her” is a persuasive question? YES, BECAUSE YOU CAN ARGUE TWO SIDES 10. Mountain Dew is the best soda, it has the best taste, amount of caffeine, and availability.  Based on this prompt, identify type of claim being made & what is the biggest problem  with this speech? QUESTION OF VALUE THE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 11. Parts of question of policy MONROE, PROBLEM/SOLUTION, COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE 12. Attacking an individual: AD HOMINEM 13. What is an example of “pathos” done well? FOCUS ON ONE KEY EMOTION


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