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One way to enhance a speech is to include relevant quotatio
One way to enhance a speech is to include relevant quotatio

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One way to enhance a speech is to include relevant quotations. To practice this process, first let’s discuss the following quotations. Slide2

Famous Quotes

“Oral delivery aims at persuasion and making the listener believe they are converted. Few persons are capable of being convinced; the majority allow themselves to be persuaded.”

- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“Men are not governed by justice, but by law or persuasion. When they refuse to be governed by law or persuasion, they have to be governed by force or fraud, or both.”

-George Bernard Shaw

“Nothing is so unbelievable that oratory cannot make it acceptable.”

– Marcus

Tullius

CiceroSlide3

Famous Quotes

“There is nothing in the world like a persuasive speech to fuddle the mental apparatus and upset the convictions and debauch the emotions of an audience not practiced in the tricks and delusions of oratory.”

- Mark Twain“To resort to power one need not be violent, and to speak to conscience one need not be meek.”

- Barbara Deming

“Let one who wants to move and convince others, first be convinced and moved themselves.”

-Thomas CarlyleSlide4

Sentences containing quotes should be varied in structure for greater readability: As

Flora Davis

noted

, “ ” (source). “ ,” claims Noam Chomsky (source).

Terrance answers ______with the following analysis: “ ” (source). In his essay, Smith states “ ” (source). Basic Signal Phrases:Slide5

Adding Ethos

When

introducing a quote, add information about the author that will either establish his/her expertise or question his/her credibility or motives:

Smith, president of the NSS, argues that “. . . ”

Jones, who seems to make a career out of disagreeing with Smith, has this to say: “. . .” In the words of researcher Herbert Terrace, “. . .”The Gardners, Hamilton’s trainers, point out that “. . .”The National Review, a publication well known for its conservative stance, includes Smith’s opinions that “. . .” Slide6

Connect It!

The best signal phrases connect the quote to the point you are trying to

make, while adding ethos:

____, another supporter of _____ believes ______, as is evident when he states “. . .” (source).

George Smith, another supporter of cloning and the President of the Human Cloning Foundation, believes that science fiction works have created hysteria in the popular media, as is evident when he argues, “From Frankenstein to The Sixth Day, our popular media has done nothing but stir up the public’s anxiety about monsters” (25). His views on the popular media tell us . . Slide7

Now that you know what the quotations are about, select ONE quotation

on which you can

personally comment

. For the quotation you choose, create a statement that incorporates the quotation as well as at least

two sentences of your own commentary that adds to the message expressed. Skip Lines!Example: In the words of famed philosopher Marcus Tullius Cicero, “nothing is so unbelievable that oratory cannot make it acceptable” (Encyclopædia Britannica, 1). In the 21st century, when the words of influential men are broadcast around the world within seconds of the first utterance, we must be careful to weigh the facts and not be convinced that something is true merely because the speaker uses powerful words and a powerful delivery. If we know something to be untrue, those who would attempt to convince us otherwise must not persuade us.Give credit to person who said it and build ethos

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CommentarySlide8

After you have shared your statements with a partner, choose one statement to present to the class. When you present your statement, try to deliver the words with emphasis and enthusiasm. Decide which words to emphasize and what tone you will use for your delivery.