please make a PPT for 10 mins

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Speaking to Persuade 205 Preparing 1.Choose your topic 2.Determine your purpose 3.Analyze your audience 4.Gather information 5.Prepare presentation aids 6.Organize Choose Your Topic That really interests you That suggests a change that is reasonable That is controversial or surprising That is as specific as possible In Class Activity: Activity 1 pg. 181-182; Activity 2 pg. 181-183 Determine Your Specific Purpose Are you… Changing the audience’s belief about the truth of something? A reported fact is true or false Something will or won’t happen An event was reported accurately or inaccurately Changing an audience’s opinion about the value of something? Good or bad Important or unimportant Fair or unfair Determine Your Specific Purpose Are you… Changing an audience’s behavior? do something you are not doing now stop doing something you are doing now In Class Activity: Activity 2 pg. 184-185 Analyze Your Audience They might: Agree-if everyone agrees, then it’s not a good topic. Disagree Be indifferent Gather Information 1.Write down what you already know. 2.Write down your own observations or experiences-consider the listening summaries… 3.Gather the info you need from this point. a.interview b.survey c.reading Preparing Presentation Aids Follow rules discussed earlier in semester Introduction Prepare a greeting and opener building on areas of agreement common goals common problems experiences Prepare a preview of the main persuasive points Body Prepare your counter arguments and the refutations. 1.My argument 2.Why some people say I’m wrong. 3.Why they are wrong. Prepare transitions Persuading…. Indifferent listeners: interesting important relevant to them Hostile listeners: learn their reasons for disagreeing, and explain why they are invalid Conclusion Prepare your summary Prepare your memorable concluding remark make them think about the future give them a course of action Conclusion ●Review Main points ●State your claims with conviction ●Make a strong plea for action Ethics ●Do not misrepresent information. ●Make sure your sources are GOOD sourcesschool journals,not blogs ●Beware of your feelings-take time to research the other side so you know both arguments, but more importantly UNDERSTAND them.
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