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National University College Tanishka Román Rivera Profesor: Dr. Mary Ann Toledo-Pitre, Ed D Bachillerato JC en Crímenes Cibernéticos Storytelling in Presentations 2.1 Discussion Forum To break the ice it has to always to captivate to the hearing. Telling a story with which they should identify and surprises them. If the public gets connected with your narrative, it is more probable that it maintains its approach to what you exhibit. A persuasive story must always have someone in particular, be one himself or the experience of another person. It must possess a conflict, intentions, goals, between other factors that it maintains to the hearing in a doubts debate and with longing for knowing what happen. To finish it is necessary to exhibit as it went over to the goal, or the conflict was solved, that ways took to expire with the wished thing. It is necessary to do in a humorous way, skylight is that this depends on the hearing, not doing it either can offend the public, it is necessary to analyze not to lose the interest of the hearing. The
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