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Let Me Demonstrate

Let Me Demonstrate
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 7 to 10
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   5.35

     challenging words:    demonstrative, it-you, non-verbal, best, vague, lengthwise, better, presentation, communication, teaching, listeners, keyboard, hearing, clarify, review, interesting

Let Me Demonstrate
By Beth Beutler

1     Insert flap A into slot B. Fold on the marked lines. There you have itï¿˝you have assembled a box!
2     Now, wait a minute. Those instructions were not very clear. Can you imagine having to assemble something with only those vague instructions?
3     To give a presentation that tells how to do something, including the steps to accomplishing it, is called a demonstrative speech. To demonstrate something is to clearly show, explain, or illustrate. What you will want to do is to be sure the audience understands the steps to take to accomplish the goal. I am going to do the same thing here with the following tips for preparing and delivering a demonstrative speech.
4     1. Determine your goal. Write down what you want the listeners to accomplish. Do you want them to be able to bake chocolate chip cookies? When you are finished, will they better understand how to make a paper airplane? Have a clear goal in mind for what the audience should learn.

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