Please respond When you give an informative speech, your task is to be a teacher–not a persuader, or an advocate, or a salesperson.

Please respond

When you give an informative speech, your task is to be a teacher–not a persuader, or an advocate, or a salesperson. Think of yourself as a reporter who gives facts, instead of a debater who makes arguments or a pundit who offers opinions. You have three major objectives:

  1. Convey fresh information. Provide as much new material as possible.
  2. Make your material interesting. Use supports such as examples, stories, and visual aids.
  3. Help listeners remember important points. Make your ideas clear and easily grasped. Repeat–in a graceful manner–key information.

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