Persuasive is the last part of 5 articulation skills.
It attempts to convince a reader to adopt a certain point of view or to take a particular action. It needs logical reasoning and solid evidence by sorting facts, using examples, and personal experience.
In this part, a strong introduction and conclusion with a clear and direct structure are required. In ICAN, we help students to build their persuasive skills by teaching trend knowledge and subject knowledge.
Move someone else's thought
The Power of Persuasion
ICAN teachers are trained to teach this skill to their students to make them articulate with convincing people what they believe is right. Persuasion is an umbrella term of influence. Persuasion can attempt to influence a person's beliefs, attitudes, intentions, motivations, or behaviors.
How to Persuade Like A Pro
Know your audience
What's in it for them?
Determine your objective
Have a clear thesis and decide when you want to reveal it.
Have a primary conclusion
What is it that you are arguing for?
Develop your point as good reasons
The magic is in the list.
Define the key terms
Avoid jargon if possible.
To mention the opposing side or not
That is the question.
Practice, practice, practice
Go up there and wow your audience.
The Game of Persuasion
Teach students to "argue" productively! In this lesson, they learn how to develop and present persuasive arguments to the class.
Words play a huge role in helping our brains decide which products to buy or which decision to choose. There are tons of variables, but one thing has been proven time and time again -- certain words help you in persuasion better. They just do.
Challenge and Persuade
Developed by a team of scientists from two national laboratories, education researchers, gamers, and a professional game developer, Challenge and Persuade is a highly social, fast-paced, fun-to-play card game in which players compete in applying skills in argumentation. Through game play, players come to understand the many manifestations of how the extreme amplification of the human population—exploding worldwide demand for energy, increasing exploitation of water resources, and alteration of the planet's climate—are tightly intertwined at the nexus of energy, water, and climate; one cannot be considered in isolation from the other two. Development was supported by the National Science Foundation.
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Writing Persuasive Text
6 Phrases That Instantly Persuade People
Persuasion. When someone is persuaded, it's amazing how positive things turn out. Some psychology on how to persuade someone, empathy, and your personal development off of it will be talked about.
Science Of Persuasion
This animated video describes the six universal Principles of Persuasion that have been scientifically proven to make you most effective as reported in Dr. Cialdini’s groundbreaking book, Influence.
HOW TO PERSUADE ANYONE - THE SOCRATIC METHOD
If you want to know How to Persuade Anyone then watch the video to the very end. In the video we will explain the Socratic Method that will show you how to persuade anyone.