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I.  INTRODUCTION A. Attention Step (method used in gaining initial attention) B. Limited Objective (statement of exactly what you are going to talk about) C.   Motivation 1.  Appeal  (statement  of  how  the  audience  will  benefit) 2.  Support  (an  example  making  the  appeal  sound  realistic) II.  EXPLANATION A. First Main Point (sentence of fact or idea to be covered) 1.  Support  (fact,  example,  analogy,  etc.,  clarifying  first  point) 2.  Support 3.   Support B. Second Main Point (sentence of fact or idea to be covered) 1. Support (fact, example, analogy, etc., clarifying second point) 2.   Support 3.  Support III.  SUMMARY A. Recap the Main Points (restatement of what you have said) B.  Reemphasize  Motivation  (why  the  audience  should  remember  what  you  said) C.  Forceful  Conclusion  (method  used  in  ending  the  talk) Figure 6-1.—Key word outline for a presentation. DELIVERY  TECHNIQUES concern or enthusiasm exists, should the speaker be The most common dilemma faced by every speaker is that of nervousness. However, what most speakers fail to realize is this condition can be positive as well as negative. If you feel anxious and keyed up, your nerves are doing just what they are supposed to do. The racehorse that  is  alert  and  spirited  before  a  race  is  often  the favorite; the one that is calm and somewhat sluggish is almost counted on to lose. The same also applies to speaking,  especially  when  nerves  can  be  an  asset  to  a speaker. Only when extreme nervousness or lack of concerned with the natural phenomenon of nervousness. Nervousness is a natural and healthy aid to speaking before a group for the first time. By understanding the techniques   necessary   for   building   self-confidence, however, you will be well on your way to becoming a more  effective  speaker. To  develop  a  positive  attitude,  you  must  convince yourself that you can improve. No one is a born speaker or instructor. Speaking well is a skill that is developed as a result of training and practice. Once you have convinced yourself you can improve, you are ready to begin. 6-11

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