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Civic Engagement

Actively participating in public affairs by voting, keeping up with news, discussing issues, and volunteering in civic activities.

Aristotle & Cicero

When Public Speaking, the Speaker has an Obligation to _________________.

Speak honestly and take responsibility for what they say.

Rhetorical Tradition

Principles of effective and ethical speaking that dates back to ancient times.

Civic Virtue

Ethical and good behavior of citizens in a democracy.


Ready and able to make our own judgments about who deserves to be believed and why.

Civic Literacy

Historical, political, and cultural needed to participate in democracy.


Taking all of your speech from another source without proper citation.


Summarizing another persons idea in your own words.


Writing a speech for another person to deliver

Deliberating "In Good Faith"

Debating controversial issues with mutual respect, while being committed to tell the truth, backing up arguments with sound reasoning & evidence and remaining open to changing one's mind.


Deceptive speech that often relies on charismatic ethos of dark emotions.

Demagoguery Typically Appeals to...

Darker emotions

Emotional Appeals Should Never Substitute __________Appeals.


Hate Speech

Demeaning language to a whole class of people based on ethnicity, race, or religion.

Public Deliberation

Public political debate