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Tika’s speech on death camps in Africa was a real flop, and she knew it. The speech was quickly prepared, inadequately researched, and not very logical. Thankfully, Tika knew she had an ace in her back pocket. She planned on ending her speech with a video showing mass graves that she knew would make people sick.
She thought, Who cares if your speech sucks as long as you get them in the end!
Karla knows that people tend to remember the information at the beginning of a speech and at the end of a speech. What is this process called?
Which of the following best explains why conclusions are important?
What is the device a speaker uses at the end of a speech to ensure that the audience is left with a mental picture predetermined by the speaker?
At the end of her speech, Daniel asks his audience to sign a petition helping a candidate get on the ballot in his state. By having the audience members sign the petition right after the speech, what is Daniel engaging in?
Miller’s (1946) concluding device “reference to audience” can best be summed up by which phrase?