speech5steps - solutions in order to help them understand...

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1. Attention a. The Attention is how you get your audience’s attention. You can do this by asking a question, using an illustration or dramatic story, using statistics or visuals, or by referring to their experiences. This step should make the audience realize why your message is important and should cue them in to what they should listen for. 2. Need a. The Need tells the audience that the situation poses serious problems. By telling the audience the problem and illustrating how it relates to them, they are prepared for the solution to the problem. 3. Satisfaction a. This step satisfies the audience’s desire for a solution. This is where you explain how to solve the problem, and why you are asking them to do your
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Unformatted text preview: solutions in order to help them understand how they can satisfy the Need. 4. Visualization a. This is where you visualize the plans benefits, describing how thigs will improve when the plan is put into action. This step is where you tell the audience that your plan will alleviate their problems, and help make things better. You can also include the negative effects that the audience may suffer if they fail to act on your plan. 5. Action a. This step is where you guide the audience by telling them what they should do to ensure that the need is satisfied. You ask the audience to support the policy and act on it....
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2011 for the course SPEECH 151 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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