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Learning Objectives
  • Learn about the different kinds of rhetorical devices and their categorization
  • Learn about the reason why rhetorical devices are used and how they impact in the effectiveness of the speech.
  • Learn to use rhetorical devices effectively in your speeches.
Pre-requisites
  • Having completed the previous projects of the Basic Educational Path
Recognition
  • Toastmasters International ® - “How to say it” project from the Competent Communicator manual is recognized as a substitution for the second part of this project.
Elements
Microphone
Microphone:
May be used
Notes
Notes:
Should not be used
Presentation Software
Presentation Software:
May be used
Lectern
Lectern / Podium:
Must not be used
Time
Part 1
Speech
Light Green 8 min
Light Yellow 9 min
Light Red 10 min
Analysis
Light Green 5 min
Light Yellow 6 min
Light Red 7 min
Part 2
Speech
Light Green 5 min
Light Yellow 6 min
Light Red 7 min
 

Project Outline

  • This is a two-part project, to be done in two meetings (not necessarily consecutive)
    • For the first part, you need to do a Speech Analysis of a selected speech for rhetorical devices and their effectiveness.
    • For the second part, you need to prepare and deliver a speech that has at least four rhetorical devices in each of the three different categories : sound-based, altered signification and others.
  • All the rhetorical devices should be at the service of the key and supporting points of the speech.
  • The speech should use rhetorical devices but should not be about rhetorical devices nor about public speaking.
  • This is the last speech in which the speaker can use notes.
  • If there’s a lectern or podium, the speaker cannot stand behind it.

Project Description

(In Progress)

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