When you are preparing for a persuasive speech, it is important to remember that the person you are trying to convince needs evidence. Evidence can come in many different forms and styles.
In this blog post, I will outline 14 different ways that you can use evidence in your next persuasive speech.
I. Some common types of evidence are testimonials, statistics, and eyewitness testimony. When you use these three types of evidence in your persuasive speech, you have to make sure that the speaker is credible as well (i.e., they should be trustworthy).
It’s important to remember that when using a witness or an expert opinion, it needs to still be objective data because not everyone will believe them unless they can provide facts.
II-IV: continue writing the next sentences for each list item mentioned above.
V. One type of evidence may not seem like much on its own but if connected with other sources then it becomes more powerful – this is called corroboration.