1) Watch the following episodes of Point Taken: What did you notice in the examples of the show Point Taken as it applies to us in this course? How does the show approach argumentative speaking? What tools from our persuasive speech lesson are they using?
2) reply to two student posts below
I noticed that the show was great at having both sides properly bring up their points and where they stand on them which, when it is applied to us, shows how to properly use tools we were shown in our lectures. The show approaches argumentative speaking very well by giving each party their seconds to bring up their stance and also how they give each time an equal amount of time in back and forth arguments. When looking at the tools they used from our lecture I would have to choose the tools of the proposition of value, the proposition of fact, and promoting audience action. using all three of these tools they were able to show each other points very clearly and by using audience action we could see the impact they had on the audience.
These were examples that had a sets of individuals arguing about a specific subject. The cost of school applies to us because we are currently in school. Like was argued by the group that school isn’t worth it, I have attended school right after high school and it was a waste of money because I was unsure of what I actually wanted to do. I also wouldn’t be attended school right now if I didn’t have the GI bill because of the cost. As far as technology making us smarter or dumber, we have seen a huge shift in technology since Covid. We are able to go to school online and do a speech class on zoom. It’s making us smarter because without technology we wouldn’t be able to do this. However, with technology like the dumber side said we are losing human touch and we are losing some of those communication skills by not doing this class in person. The show approaches argumentative speech through a form of debate allowing both sides to support their claim through a direct method of speech. They used the proposition of value in both episodes, deductive reasoning, direct method pattern, attempting to identify with the audience, and appealing to logos, pathos, and ethos throughout their speeches.
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