Ch 8 p. 158 159 Introductions

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  • 1. The Introduction Ch. 8; p. 158-159
  • 2. The Introduction Ch. 8; p. 158-159
  • 3. Introduction
  • 4. Introduction • A speech’s beginning
  • 5. Introduction • A speech’s beginning • Similar to introducing people
  • 6. Introduction • A speech’s beginning • Similar to introducing people • Give names
  • 7. Introduction • A speech’s beginning • Similar to introducing people • Give names • Bits of information - some even interesting - given for communication to begin
  • 8. Introduction • A speech’s beginning • Similar to introducing people • Give names • Bits of information - some even interesting - given for communication to begin
  • 9. Introductions Give Info
  • 10. Introductions Give Info • Compare when you are introduced to someone else
  • 11. Introductions Give Info • Compare when you are introduced to someone else • A bit of info can begin a conversation
  • 12. Introductions Give Info • Compare when you are introduced to someone else • A bit of info can begin a conversation • This communication opens doors
  • 13. Introductions Give Info • Compare when you are introduced to someone else • A bit of info can begin a conversation • This communication opens doors • Sets up common ground
  • 14. Introductions Give Info • Compare when you are introduced to someone else • A bit of info can begin a conversation • This communication opens doors • Sets up common ground
  • 15. Goal #1
  • 16. Goal #1 • Gain audience’s attention
  • 17. Goal #1 • Gain audience’s attention • Inviting & interesting speech sets the stage for your listeners
  • 18. Goal #1 • Gain audience’s attention • Inviting & interesting speech sets the stage for your listeners • Avoid the ordinary: “Today, I’m going to speak about...”
  • 19. Goal #1 • Gain audience’s attention • Inviting & interesting speech sets the stage for your listeners • Avoid the ordinary: “Today, I’m going to speak about...”
  • 20. Goal #2
  • 21. Goal #2 • Establish goodwill, trust, and sympathy
  • 22. Goal #2 • Establish goodwill, trust, and sympathy • Share with audience ways the topic affects us
  • 23. Goal #2 • Establish goodwill, trust, and sympathy • Share with audience ways the topic affects us • Share your “qualifications”
  • 24. Goal #2 • Establish goodwill, trust, and sympathy • Share with audience ways the topic affects us • Share your “qualifications” • Prove to listeners to feel for you
  • 25. Goal #2 • Establish goodwill, trust, and sympathy • Share with audience ways the topic affects us • Share your “qualifications” • Prove to listeners to feel for you
  • 26. Final Goal
  • 27. Final Goal • Identify your thesis
  • 28. Final Goal • Identify your thesis • Preview main points
  • 29. Final Goal • Identify your thesis • Preview main points • Transition to your first point
  • 30. Final Goal • Identify your thesis • Preview main points • Transition to your first point • Communicate from beginning of speech, listeners can follow where you are going
  • 31. Final Goal • Identify your thesis • Preview main points • Transition to your first point • Communicate from beginning of speech, listeners can follow where you are going