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Report 2 Evidence and Reasoning

We will focus on this again when we prepare for our next series of speeches - Persuasion Speeches keep a copy of your work on this report for your next speech.

In Group answer the first four questions and on your own do the remaining two.

  1. Write what each person is doing their information speech on then break each speech into a few key points and list them.

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  1. Why did you select this topic? Write the answer for each one in your group.

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  1. What evidence is each person going to give? For example if you say Adelaide South Australia is called the City of Churches your evidence may be telling how many of these structures there are, or it may be based on early European settlement beliefs etc. (your references will prove your evidence). Statistics photos, objects are good evidence tools

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  1. Who is your audience? Who will be the audience of each person in your group?

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  1. Look up (this is not a group exercise but you will need to add it to Report 2) http://www.whitehouse.gov and http://www.whitehouse.org and discuss which site you would use in an information speech on Whitehouse protocol and which site would use on a reportage of weapons of mass destruction sited in Clifton Park looking at The Advertiser (http://www.theadvertiser.news.com.au/ BBC (http://news.bbc.co.uk/default.stm), Rinse (http://www.rense.com/) or David Icke (http://www.davidicke.com/icke/article.html)

 

 

  1. On page 178 of your textbook do exercises 4-6