302 Persuasive Presentations

302 Persuasive Presentations - Basic Components for...

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Basic Components for Building a Persuasive Presentation Introduction Topic is clearly stated; attention getter; point of view is stated; sign-posting; speaker states name Body ▪ Main points : Signposting is clearly stated in each section of the speech and has an appropriate amount of points taken from the introduction. Has connection with the introduction. ▪ Support : Each point has backup or support for taking the recommended direction ▪ Transitions : Audience knows when the speaker is moving on. Transitional words applied. Speaker prepares the audience for a shift in content. Audience knows that the speaker is moving forward. Speaker enumerates or lists items to help audience keep track of each point. Conclusion ▪ Summarize: Premise restated ▪ Review: Key points are restated. Position is reaffirmed. ▪ Memorable comment: Take-away statement ----------------- ▪ ------------------------------ ▪ ----------------- Techniques and Delivery ▪ Verbals: Include vocal expression; vocal variety; vocal level; articulation; enunciation;
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