"Quick Responses PEP Point (Statement of), Reason or Example"
Organize Your Presentations Suggested Outlines 1. Quick Responses: PEP: Point (Statement of), Reason or Example, Restate Point 2. To give information: introduction, body, conclusion 3. To persuade (Monroe’s Motivated Sequence) a. Statement that gets attention b. Statement or definition of the problem c. Solution d. Visualize their future, using your solution e. Call to action 4. To respond to the problem a. State the problem b. Identify the cause of the problem c. Discuss alternatives (three maximum) d. Offer your recommendation 5. To Educate a. Information b. Exercise c. Group sharing 6. To Entertain Statement – story – transitional statement, OR Statement – joke – transitional statement 7. When resistance to an issue is expected a. Identify three common areas of agreement b. Handle any objections, belief’s, experiences c. Present your position 8. To state your position on a controversial issue a. Identify one existing view b. Identify the other views c. Offer your position 9. Questions from the audience a. Restate the question b. Use PEP outline 10. When presenting an award: a. Refer to the occasion b. Remind everyone why they are gathered c. Explain purpose of the award d. Pay tribute to the recipient e. Ladies & gentlemen please join me in honoring our…… Getting Your Library Message Across Spring 2006 - This material has been created by Roberta Perry for the Infopeople Project [infopeople.org], supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian. Any use of this material should credit the author and funding source.