Running head: PERSUASIVE AND INFORMATIVE SPEECH 1
Persuasive and Informative Speech Differences and Similarities
When giving a speech, or just a conversation, there is a differencebetween the two. Both types of speech should be supported with the proper information; the information is...
exchange of information between two or a group of person or is any meaningful interchange of information : oral, visual, written, sign language, body language, facial expression, gestures, even pheromones .
Types/Kinds of Speech
Informative – This...
have on an audience (eye contact, vocal variety, verbal fluency, poise, dynamism)?
Explain the differencesbetween the major delivery styles (manuscript, memorized, extemporaneous, and impromptu).
Chapter 14: Informative Speaking
What distinguished informative speaking from persuasive...
the differencesbetween the three models of communication: linear, interactive, and transactional.
Linear: 1 channel, sender and receiver
Interactive: 2 way process, multiple channels, giving and receiving feedback
Transactional: Each is a sender and receiver, not just a sender or receiver...
strengths of informative and communicative intentions in any utterance combine to determine that utterance’s position on the continuum of weak to strong communication. It seems, at least intuitively, that there is not just a quantitative, but a qualitative difference in intended manifestness between...
Assignment-I = 5 Marks
1. Describe the different kinds of audience with ways to analyze them.
2. What should be the determining factors in the use of visuals (graphics)?
3. Explain the principal differencesbetween written and virtual...
8. Hearing vs. listening
X. Define hearing:
Y. Define listening:
Z. Explain the differencebetween hearing and listening:
9. Communication apprehension
understand of communication theory and what the field of communication entails.
* For each student to understand how communication affects our everyday interactions, especially those between different cultures, genders, and races.
* For you to feel more comfortable speaking in public than you...
persuadee in order to achieve an efficient persuasivecommunicationbetween the two participants. This is supported by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson as they put it “communication information comes with a guarantee of relevance” (Wanke & Reutner, 2009). According to Grice (1975, in Wanke &...
of the similarities among two or more people, events, ideas, etc.
comparison and contrast
An informative speech design that points out similarities and differencesbetween subjects or ideas.
The speaker’s appearance of being informed, intelligent, and well prepared...
Informative (or informational) and persuasive speaking are related, but distinct, types of speeches. The differencebetween the two lies in the speaker’s end goal and what the speaker wants the audience to leave with.
Informative speeches are probably the most prevalent variety of speech. The goal...
• describe or present pictures of what whole groups of people do think, or are like
• uses the opinion of an expert or the account of an event by a witness
Chapter 14- (Persuasion and Argumenation)
• intended to influence an audience’s...
your arguments, your evidence, and so no. However there are two (2) basic differencesbetween an informative topic and a persuasive topic.
An informative topic is non controversial, i.e. the information presented is not likely to be disagreed with by your audience, it is purely informative. The...
numb us to or camouflage unpleasant or offensive realities
Chapter 5: Nonverbal CommunicationWhat are the differencesbetween verbal and nonverbal channels of communication?
Verbal communication is single channeled Nonverbal communication is multi channeled Multi channel adds impact of...
the essential information for helping them decide what places to visit and which tour(s) to book. Therefore successful travel brochures must be both informative and persuasive, and they rely heavily on the use of words and images to achieve this aim. For the distinctive function of travel brochures...
underscore a point
Process speech at different rates when listening to informative and argumentative
Determine what was left out and highlighted in informative and
Supply gaps in a listening text caused by acoustic disturbance
facts, which also shows the differences in public opinion over the several decades in which the information is gathered.
It follows in with fields of study such as journalism, media studies and mass communication as it breaks down how these types of communication are influential to the public. It...
stage to prove that (Tannen 286). Thus, men generally focus on public contexts where informative and persuasive talk is highly valued and appreciated.
In spite of the differencesbetween men and women that Tannen has shown, in the essay “Sex Differences” by Ronald Macaulay argues that there is no...
-clumping mascara. Revlon was one of these manufacturers. Revlon should use ________ advertising to increase selective demand for its non-clumping mascara.
50) Hospitals are engaged in intense competition to fill maternity beds. What...