Debate:Persuasive Discourse

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1. English students strugle to debate

1.1. Struggle to be persuasive

1.2. Limited oral skills

2. How can english students be persuasive?

2.1. Role games

2.2. Repetition

2.3. Questioning

2.4. Restructuring

2.5. Appels

2.6. Gestures

2.6.1. cultural

2.6.2. paralinguistic

2.7. Voice

2.7.1. Assertive voice

3. Speaker

3.1. the most important key to the debate

3.2. tries to influence the behaviour of others

3.3. the aim of trying to make them alter the audience listener

3.3.1. opinions

3.3.2. beliefs

3.3.3. attittudes

3.3.4. values

3.4. Must be clear and organized in order to convice its audience

4. Listener

4.1. Different types of audience requirie different forms of aproching

4.1.1. Logical

4.1.2. Emotional

4.1.3. Reasonable

4.2. audience

5. History of persuasion

5.1. Aristotles Platos

5.1.1. Ethos

5.1.1.1. Reliability

5.1.2. Logos

5.1.2.1. Reasoning

5.1.3. Pathos

5.1.3.1. Emotional

5.2. 16th centrury

5.3. Political

5.4. Religious

6. Argumantation

6.1. Reasoning

7. Persuasion

8. Rethoric

8.1. Political

8.1.1. Measures, omitted the future

8.2. Explanatory

8.2.1. praising or acusing

8.3. Judicial

8.3.1. Clarufy Truth

9. Strategies