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What can speakers learn about their own presentation skills from listening to and critiquing the presentations of others?
What connections are there between print text structures (such as chronology, description, proposition-support, critique, inductive-deductive) and the organization and development of content for a specific oral presentation?
Evaluate rhetorical appeals (logos, ethos, pathos, kairos) and use them in persuasive speaking.
Critique and reframe formal fallacies in reasoning.