Speaking for Success Fear of Public Speaking Beginning is hardest Listeners are not focusing on speakers anxiety Some anxiety is appropriate Practice will help!. Six Steps clarify your objective analyze your audience knowledge of topic interest (what do they need or want to know)By Patman
Creating a Flyer. How do I create a flyer?. Determine flyer purpose Analyze Audience Where are they employed Educational background Possible questions. How do I create a flyer?. Gather Content. 4. Determine Content to UseBy hamlin
The ultimate goal of all persuasion is action. four sub-goals: adoption , discontinuance , deterrence , continuance of a particular behavior. .By erik
Creating a Flyer/Brochure. Dawn Squires. How do I create a flyer/brochure?. Determine purpose Gain votes Publicize event Sell product, etc. Analyze Audience Where are they employed Educational background Possible questions. How do I create a flyer /brochure ?. Gather ContentBy amelie
Organization and Delivery. Chapters 13 & 14. Identify Purpose and Analyze the Audience. Purpose To inform To persuade To motivate To celebrate Analyze audience Demographics Attitudes Familiarity. Presentation Organization. Introduction Body Conclusion. Introduction.By ezra-quinn
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I. Analyze Audience. Definition: Learning as much information about the audience as possible and using the information to adapt your presentation. Demographic Traits. Age Gender Religion Group Membership Race/Ethnicity. Occupation Educational level Geographical experience
Ch 1: Analyze the Audience. The audience… Who are they? Do I know them? What do they know? What do they feel? Can I persuade them?. The 5 Most Important Things. 2 types of audience: Primary audience Secondary audience How can I expand my reach to the secondary audience?
Audience engagement is imperative to business success. Without proper engagement, there will be no conversion. This article suggests you some best metrics to assess your audience engagement on your website and social media platforms.
Teacher’s Page. Audience/Environment Audience: 5 th grade students with little or no experience in football. Learners have experience on computers before and understand how to point and click. Environment:
ANALYZE. "Necessity is the mother of invention." Apply this statement to the West. Cattle, the Homestead Act, & The Grange p. 5 – 6. CATTLE BECOMES BIG BUSINESS. Ranching became increasingly profitable Texas ranchers learned how to handle the Texas Longhorns from Mexican ranchers
Analyze. 1. What groups represent the Populist’s Party 2. What is this balloon made of and what does this composition suggest? 3. What features in this cartoon might suggest that this party is NOT popular with everyone?. p. 2 POPULIST PARTY IS BORN.
Silently, look at the image and list anything that stands out to you. “Visit of the Ku-Klux” by Frank Bellew from HarpWeek. Photos and graphics are another way for us to develop an understanding about different topics or issues. Now, based on the statement above answer the questions below.
Analyze. (V.) To examine critically. How do I analyze a text?. Finding evidence : Textual evidence is support that you find in the text. If you make a claim, you must support that claim with evidence. (This is not just for scientists.)
Analyze. Take apart Look at closely Look at from all angles. Compare/Contrast. Explain how two things are the same or different Connect one thing to another and then describe how they are alike or unlike. Conclude. Bring to an end or close Infer on the basis of evidence
Aluminum vs. Steel. (1). Square Tubing vs. Circular Tubing. (2). Safety Issues Complex Machining. Heavy-Duty Clamp vs. Light-Duty Clamp. (3). 4 . 2 . 1 . 5 . 3 . 66.3% Cost Reduction 75% Manufacturing Time Reduction.