1. Introduction to Structure an Argument in a Presentation
Have you ever tried to persuade someone to do something you wanted them to do or to agreewith you about something? You probably gave them some reasons why you thought what youwere requesting was a good idea or why they should see things from your point of view.
Presentations can be very effective when you want to persuade people, because they allowyou to use both words and images to get your point across. Presentations can be used topersuade people to agree with an idea. They can also be used to persuade people to buya product or service.
In this lesson, you will create a persuasivepresentation in Google Slides.
Persuasive presentations, which are sometimes called “pitch presentations,” are commonin business, but you can prepare one for almost any purpose, such as convincing people tocontribute to a fundraiser or persuading your parents to let you get a new pet.
This lesson uses Google Slides, but you could apply these skills and concepts using mostother presentation applications or even with paper and art supplies.
As you complete this project, you will: Create a title slide and select a presentationtheme, Give an overview of your idea,Describe the benefits and costs of your idea, Describe the challenges you might face andyour suggested solutions, And write a conclusion that includes a callto action.
To work on this lesson, sign in to your Google account. Open a new tab in your browser, andnavigate to Google.com.
If you are not signed in, do so now.
If you do not have a Google account, pause the video and create one now.
To begin, open Google Drive...
and create a new presentation.
Give your presentationa title.
Now, it’s your turn: Sign in to your Google account,Open Google Drive, Create a new presentation,And title it.