C. A good Introduction 'draws the map' for the journey. For a Persuasive Speech an Introduction consists of

1. Attention-Getter: A statement that gains the attention of the audience and makes them believe that this issue is relevant to them. Please, do NOT use a rhetorical question here. Instead, think of your intro like a funnel. Your thesis (in this case, your position statement) is the narrow part and you slowly broaden out from that to a broad statement that applies to many, in not all, people.

Communication is central to our lives, and technology makes that communication easier than ever before.

Today, I want to describe to you what I believe is the 8th Wonder of the World C. A good Introduction 'draws the map' for the journey. For a Persuasive Speech an Introduction consists of. This wonder is right up there with the Pyramids, with the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, with the Colossus of Rhodes. However, it is not of the ancient world. Instead, it is a marvel of engineering and cooperation amongst the nations of the world.

Today, I use a cellular phone; I use the Internet; I use email.

The Internet is a way of connecting computers together around the world using the telephone cables. Email is electronic mail that is distributed across the Internet.

Putting these together, I can communicate with others almost anywhere anytime.

Did you know, "the number of emails C. A good Introduction 'draws the map' for the journey. For a Persuasive Speech an Introduction consists of sent on an average day was approximately 10 billion in 2002 and by 2005, this amount is expect to triple to 35 billion emails sent each day" (Source: IDC news release, 'Email Deluge Continues With No End In Sight, IDC Says': October 10, 2000).

Do you know that they are all asleep in Australia? Last year I called the offices of Equate, International to ask a business question. I only get the night security guard. It was good of him to take my call. Now, I email at any time and receive the needed information back as soon as the other office is open C. A good Introduction 'draws the map' for the journey. For a Persuasive Speech an Introduction consists of.

2. Bond > Link-to Audience: Identify a personal connection in the audiences' life, i.e. their use of the 'device' or system, or their emotional experience (grief and sorrow, happiness).

How many here use the telephone to connect with another?

Today we use a large amount of technology to live, communicate, and relate.

To speak with another: devices like the telephone or cell phone. To access information: television, satellites, global computer networks. To bank: we use ATMs. To travel: vehicles, planes and trains. To get to a destination: global positioning systems (GPS) guide airplanes, our cars, and it C. A good Introduction 'draws the map' for the journey. For a Persuasive Speech an Introduction consists of is now found on our cell phones.

We use technology every day to live.

Think of your kitchen, car, office, cinema, or local shopping center. Think of the technology you use and rely on.

What would it be like WITHOUT technology in our day?

3. "Credentials" of Speaker (Credibility): Demonstrate how you are an 'expert' through your own use, experience or study.

I use email every day in my work and for personal communications. I discovered email when I was studying many years ago. It was used as THE communication medium between the lecturers and between colleagues in my study team. We C. A good Introduction 'draws the map' for the journey. For a Persuasive Speech an Introduction consists of relied on email.

4. Destination / Position Statement: State clearly why you are speaking at this moment. State your Goal, Thesis or what you expect as an Outcome. State your Destination.

An example may be .. "This evening/today I am here to convince you that .... is the most effective way to do business today"

Today, I want to share my insights into this amazing communication method and convince you of its hidden potential, in YOUR life today.

5. Explain my Map to my destination > Preview of Speech: Briefly outline what you will cover in your persuasive speech. This is where you C. A good Introduction 'draws the map' for the journey. For a Persuasive Speech an Introduction consists of will ..."Tell what you are going to tell them"

What will we look at in the next few minutes? First, we will take a quick look at how the Internet and email has shrunk the world. Second, how business has been revolutionized, and third, how personal relations are enhanced by these new technologies; that's right, personal relations! Who ever thought a computer would help relationships.

Transition: A transition is how you move from one section or point to the next. It is a linking idea. You could say ..."Let's begin by ...", "Let's start with ..." or I C. A good Introduction 'draws the map' for the journey. For a Persuasive Speech an Introduction consists of prefer "Let's consider ..."

The Internet runs on energy: on electricity. How fast does electricity flow? How fast does a light switch turn on when you switch it? How fast does sound come from a radio when it is switched on? Let's now switch on email.


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