“Content” means the main points and supporting evidence within the speech. In most circumstances (even special occasion speeches), it is the speaker’s responsibility to provide “reasonably true” information. In other words, does a speaker’s audience know more after the speech than they did before? This is especially important in persuasive speeches. A persuasive speech is more than […]
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Content of the speaking event, including factual quality, quality of sources, attribution of sources, and appeals to logic, credibility, and emotions (ethos, pathos, logos).