# Discussion questions the speech the graduates didn t hear by jacob neusner list four groups of people besides the graduating seniors that

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oups of people, besides the graduating seniors, that are the audience for this speech? 2. What is the name and position of the speaker of this speech? 3. Whom does the speaker claim to represent? 4. What is the speaker's attitude toward his audience? 5. What is the speaker’s attitude toward those whom he claims to represent? 6. Paraphrase the speaker's primary claim. 7. List two points that the speaker makes that support his primary claim. 8. Does the author use anecdotal, experimental, statistical, or testimonial evidence to support his primary claim Provide an example of his evidence. 9. The speaker is very quick to his conclusions. What logical fallacy might best serve as a counterargument to the speaker’s primary claim? Why? 10. Does Neusner use an inductive style of writing or a deductive style of writing? Explain the reasoning behind your answer. Discussion Questions Chapter Three and pages 383-385 1. In “Burn, Baby, Burn” by Jay Rubin, please quote his claim of value. 2. In “The Mistake of the Millennium” by Paul O’Brien, please quote his claim of fact. 3. In “We Make Money by Making You Feel Ugly” by Estelle Hartson, please quote her claim of policy. 4. On page 383, statement one is what type of claim? Why? 5. On page 383, statement two is what type of claim? Why? 6. On page 383, statement three is what type of claim? Why? 7. On page 383, statement four is what type of claim? Why? 8. On page 384, statement five is what type of claim? Why? 9. On page 384, statement six is what type of claim? Why? 10. On page 384, statement seven is what type of claim? Why? 11. On page 384, statement eight is what type of claim? Why? 12. On page 384, statement nine is what type of claim? Why? 13. On page 385, statement ten is what type of claim? Why? (Be careful.)
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