Select a presentation from the list provided below, taking notes while you view it. Pay close attention to the presenter’s style of delivery.The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer (13:47)The Skill of Self-Confidence by Dr. Ivan Joseph at TEDxRyersonU (13:20)You. Are. Enough. by Shantae Edwards at TEDxHerndon (15:52)ADHD As A Difference In Cognition, Not A Disorder by Stephen Tonti at TEDxCMU (13:36)Analyze the presentation you chose to watch and, based on that analysis, write a 2-3-page paper that includes your answers to the following:Describe the introduction and four basic things you expect to hear in an introduction.Attention: How did the speaker get the audience’s attention? Use terms from the textbook to name a particular technique. Note the speaker may use more than one technique.Topic/ Motivation: How did the speaker tell audience members why they should continue listening—what’s in it for them?Credibility statement: How did the speaker establish credibility?Overview: How did the speaker preview their speech? If you did not identify an overview, describe the transition to the body and how you were able to identify the speaker’s first main point.Describe the conclusion and the three basic things you expect to hear in a conclusion.Signal close: How did the speaker signal that they were ending their speech?Summarize: How did they speaker summarize their points or emphasize a central idea?Memorable Ending: Describe the technique(s) used to end the speech, and evaluate if this seemed like an effective technique.Describe the delivery style of the speaker, focusing on verbal qualities and nonverbal behaviors.Did the speaker speak at an appropriate volume for the size and acoustics of the room, the size of the audience, and the amount of background noise?Did the speaker use an appropriate rate of speech?Did the speaker’s voice include appropriate inflections—changes in the pitch or tone—or did the speaker appear to speak in a monotone?Did the speaker use pauses appropriately?Did the speaker avoid the use of vocalized pauses such as “um” or “uh”?Did the speaker pronounce words clearly and correctly and use good articulation?Did the speaker maintain good eye contact with the audience?Did the speaker use gestures appropriately?Did the speaker avoid any distracting mannerisms, such as shifting from foot to foot or fixing their glasses or hair while speaking?Overall, did the speaker’s delivery help or hinder achieving their speech goal?