Lesson Plan . Attention and Interest, Credibility, and Informative

Lesson Plan . Attention and Interest, Credibility, and Informative

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/8/10 Attention and Interest,  Credibility, and Informative  Strategies Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
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9/8/10 Attention-Getting Techniques Activity or Movement Reality Proximity Familiarity Novelty Suspense Conflict Humor
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9/8/10 Techniques that enliven your speech Be specific: use real-life examples Keep your audience involved: providing names  and details, pose questions to the audience Use movement Use humor (when appropriate)
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9/8/10 From Attention to Interest Link your topic to the audience’s self-interest Storytelling
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9/8/10 Credibility Are you perceived as  competent ? Are you perceived as  concerned  about your  audience’s welfare? Are you perceived as  trustworthy ? Are you perceived as  dynamic ?
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9/8/10 How do you build credibility? Before the speech: how do others perceive you in 
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