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Writing a Great Persuasive Speech. Attention!!!. Look and wait until all eyes are on you. Relate the topic to the audience State the importance of the topic with statistics Startle the audience. Attention!!!. Arouse interest with statements that pique the audience interest

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Writing a Great Persuasive Speech


Attention!!!

  • Look and wait until all eyes are on you.

  • Relate the topic to the audience

  • State the importance of the topic with statistics

  • Startle the audience


Attention!!!

  • Arouse interest with statements that

    pique the audience interest

  • Ask a rhetorical question

  • Begin with a quotation

  • Tell a story


Attention!!!

Don’t forget to state clearly the intention of your speech.


Create Good Will

  • Let them know that you know what you are talking about

  • Use sources for your information


Conclusion

Purpose:

Let audience know you are ending

Re-enforce the understanding or commitment of your position


Conclusion

  • "In conclusion"

  • "In closing"

  • "Let me end by saying“

  • "My purpose has been"

  • Use of voice to come to a climax


Re-enforce Central Idea

  • Summarize speech

  • Restate in different words

  • End with a quote

  • Make a dramatic statement

  • Refer back to the introduction


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