Public Speaking(actually check please)

“To persuade my audience that drinking and driving laws should be stricter” aims for:
A. passive agreement with a policy.
B. active agreement with a policy.
C. personal action to support a policy.
D. personal agreement to support a policy.****

“To persuade my classmates that cheating in an exam is just as wrong as plagiarism” is a:
A. question of fact.****
B. question of policy.
C. question of value.
D. question of guessing

The three P's of persuasive speech address the issues of:
A. plus, minus, plan.
B. persons, people, perfection.
C. problem, plan, practicality.***
D. purpose, people, plans.

In public speaking, the process of drawing a conclusion based on evidence is called:
A. estimating.
B. research.****
C. concluding.
D. reasoning

asked by Carpe_Diem
  1. The first is right. The others are wrong.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. I thought I told you its

    1. D

    2.C

    3.C

    4.C

    posted by FluttershyK22
  3. 1. A - Passive Agreement with a Policy

    2. C - Question of Value

    3. C - Problem, Plan and Practicality

    4. D - Reasoning

    These are the final and correct answers.

    posted by Sarah

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