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Hamilton Nguyen Prof. Kopecky Spch. 1321 4/15/08 Journal #3 From the chapter twelve on Delivering the Presentation, the author described the word presentation as “a speaker standing behind the lectern delivering information to a passive audience.” Business and professional presentation follow this practice, and many of them varied on interactions with the audience. This variance of presentation style can be expressed in three patterns such as Monologue (one-way speech that delivered without interruption, usually appropriate in large settings and formal occasion), Guided discussion (speaker and the listener interact between each other with questions and comments), and interactive presentations (a hyper-guided discussion but the interactions between the speaker and the audience can be described as conversation than a presentation). With the variance of presentation style, it also can be accompanied by different modes of delivery style such as Manuscript Presentation (speaker read their
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