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Skill Builder: Persuasive Speech Evaluation Form using Monroe’s Motivated Sequence Ability to recognize the key components of persuasive speaking. As you view this speech, take note of the components of speech making: the introduction, body, and conclusion of the speech. Then answer the following questions about the presentation found on Moodle or YouTube: Buy a Hybrid Care presented by Belmont Speech Lab (October 2014) Introduction 1. How did the speaker gain the audience’s attention? What did the speaker actually say? Was the attention getter effective in capturing the audience?2. What was the central idea of the speech?3. How did the speaker relate the topic to the audience?4. Did the speaker establish credibility?5. Did the speaker preview the main points of the speech? If so, what were they?6. How did the speaker transition from the introduction to the first body point?Body1. Did the speaker effectively introduction the need or problem? Did the speaker provide evidence to support the need?What example or evidence did the speaker provide to the audience?
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