a. The Attention is how you get your audiences attention. You can do this by
asking a question, using an illustration or dramatic story, using statistics
or visuals, or by referr ing to their experiences. This step should make the
1. Visual aids, such as pie and bar charts, are effective because they give you a visual
display of data. Pie charts show percentage relationships or proportions while bar graphs
show the performance of one variable over time.
2. Visual aids, such as phot
a. Is attendance optional or required?
a. Is the audience homogeneous or heterogeneous?
3. Level of Agreement
a. Does the audience agree with your position?
4. Level of communication
a. How much do they care? 2
The model of communication by Gamble and Gamble shows that communication is formed into a
circle, more like an elliptical. Both people in the conversation are responsible for sending and receiving.
Messages are sent through channels, and the interaction o