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Last but not least....... for Chris :-) 19. "To persuade

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Last but not least....... for Chris :-)

19. "To persuade my audience to take a class that will teach them CPR" is a specific purpose statement for a persuasive speech on a question of

(Points : 4)

20. The _________ is the obligation of a persuasive speaker to prove that a change from current policy is necessary. (Points : 4)
burden of proof
strategic duty
deliberative responsibility
balance of practicality
causal imperative

21. Which organizational pattern is especially effective for persuasive speeches that seek immediate action by listeners? (Points : 4)
comparative advantages order
Monroe's motivated sequence
problem-solution order
reflective-thinking sequence
psychological process order

22. Which of the following is the third step in Monroe's motivated sequence? (Points : 4)

23. According to your textbook, when is it especially important for a persuasive speaker to establish common ground with the audience? (Points : 4)
when presenting a plan
at the end of the speech
when reasoning from specific instances
at the beginning of the speech
when explaining visual aids

24. According to your textbook, what error in reasoning is exemplified in the following statement?
How can we reduce our dependence on foreign oil? The answer is simple—just get rid of our cars. In Chile, there is only 1 car for every 100 people, compared to almost 8 cars per 100 people in the United States. If Chile can do it, then we can too.

(Points : 4)
appeal to geography
invalid analogy
appeal to tradition
faulty deduction

25. According to your textbook, the following statement is an example of what type of fallacy?
We have only two choices. We can either adopt a year-round school system or raise a nation of second-rate intellects. (Points : 4)
appeal to novelty
invalid analogy
circular generalization
erroneous principle
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