Donate Today! Help us help others.

Lynch Coaching


Saturday, April 19, 2014

How Persuasive Speech differs from Informative Speech

Persuasive speaking differs from informative speaking
i.     Informative reveals and clarifies options
 ii.     Persuasive speakers advocate choices among options.
 iii.     Informative speakers provide information to enlighten
 iv.     Persuasive speaking provide evidence to justify conclusions or recommendations
 v.     Informative speaking involves offering education
vi.     Persuasive speaking requires audience committeemen and belief
 vii.     Leadership is an important issue in persuasion
viii.     Appears to feeling (Pathos) are more appropriate in persuasion
ix.     Persuasive speakers assume greater ethical responsibilities than informative
x.     Both informative and persuasive can change thoughts and lives.


Anonymous said...

Good layout, I like it.

-Mireika Edwards COM101 6003

Leslie Gomez- COM. 101 sec. 4041 said...

Persuasive speaking seems to be the most difficult to present but the most interesting to listen to.

Berneice said...

Very interesting!

Anonymous said...

thank you for sharing this should help me make my future speeches.

Kristian Magtanong
com 101
sec 4049

fred said...

Okay, now I understand a little bit more. After seeing it like that it make a lot more sense.

Anonymous said...

Good to know. When I was trying to choose between topics, I couldn't tell which would be better for the informative and which would be better for the persuasive, so this is very helpful. Thanks!

Rebecca Johnson 4049

Anonymous said...

This was very helpful to myself. I was having trouble creating the information for the informative speech because at times it sounded as if it were persuasive. This layout helped me clear what I wanted to write. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

This was helpful and a good review before the final. Thank you!

Taylor Bishop
Com 101