unit 9 alt seminar kaplan universtiy

Apr 27th, 2015
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  • Review the logical fallacies described in the text. Choose one and provide an example of how it is used in the media, politics, or a work situation.

  • Review the concept of credibility in public speaking focusing on good sense, character, goodwill, and dynamism. Explain how you will use these in your presentations.

  • Review inductive and deductive reasoning. Which will you use in your presentation? Why?

  • What is Toulmin’s reasoning model?

Answer the Seminar questions. Before answering the questions, review the Seminar archive for information missed. You should create your Seminar responses in MS Word. Your response to the questions below should be composed in complete sentences and paragraphs and be 400 - 500 words in length. Save your answers and submit them to the Unit 9: Seminar Dropbox. The Dropbox is located at the top of this class on the blue toolbar. Be sure to complete all questions to earn your Seminar points.

APA format. with references. Thank you in advance

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