Thinking on our Feet

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Let’s give an extempore speech by

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To give a persuasive talk, we have to consciously exploit the abilities of both sides of our brain. The “ logical left” side for logic and reasons. “The Intuitive right” for Visualisation and emotions. THINKING ON OUR FEET

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Persuasive Approach to Communication Let’s Position our final message to suit our listeners. Let’s start with a sentence where both speaker and the audience agree. Better with a question to get ‘yes’ from the audience. Let’s tailor make our talk based on our final message. d) Let’s monitor and adapt to our listener’s reactions to our message. THINKING ON OUR FEET

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The structure should necessarily have 3 steps . Step 1 Introduction (Why the subject is important to the audience?) Or How can our talk can benefit our audience? Step 2 Our main idea (this part should flow logically, it should have a plan ) e.g. Raw Material → Step by step process → Finished product Step 3 Conclusion ( or Call for Action) THINKING ON OUR FEET

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Qualities of a Persuasive Plan Clarity: We must know exactly what we want to say and how to format it to illuminate our argument. Coherence: No matter how complex or detailed our talk, all the parts ought to work together with a unity of purpose. Emotion: To persuade an audience, we must move them. So our emotional appeal work on their subconscious to turn adversaries into allies. While stating our main idea let’s avoid some common traps THINKING ON OUR FEET

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The Roller-Coaster Trap Here we merely bore our listeners by talking same things again and again. THINKING ON OUR FEET

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The Lost-in-the Whirlpool Trap We put fact inside of fact until our listeners get lost in the whirlpool of ideas. Everybody asks: “Where is this person trying to take us?” or “What was the main point?” THINKING ON OUR FEET

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1. To Have Focus Why Use a Plan? 2. To Aid Clarity 3. To Have Freedom 4. To Avoid the traps as stated before. THINKING ON OUR FEET

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Clock Plan This plan arranges topics in terms of time. Examples Ancient to the Medieval to the Modern From 1970s through 1980s to 1990s Morning through afternoon to the evening THINKING ON OUR FEET

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Globe Plan This plan uses geographical places or visual locations. In a Globe Plan we move our listener’s eyes from one place to another: cities, states, provinces, countries, buildings, rooms, etc. THINKING ON OUR FEET

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Zoom Lens Plan This plan moves the audience from macro to micro, or vice versa. It moves our audience from a narrower to broader perspective or vice versa. THINKING ON OUR FEET

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Triangle Plan This plan is best used, when we want to convey fair-mindedness to an audience. It communicates our ability to look at all sides of an issue . THINKING ON OUR FEET

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Let’s end our talk with the message or the conclusion in the form of a question. Thank you Let’s tell stories from our own life or from other sources to bring emotions. THINKING ON OUR FEET

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