Lesson 13 - 1 Oral reports and presentations group presentations and responding to questions Expectations of each one 1 oral identifies a subject

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1) Oral reports and presentations, group presentations, and responding to questions. Expectations of each one 1) oral identifies a subject or situation and gives background information to aid the audience in reaching a descision or on how to complete something , if it involeves how to perform a task. 2) group presentations examine a subject, propose solutions, and then present the results of their work to others usually a group member focuses on a particular aspect of the subject. 3) responding to a question can come under the form of a loaded question, which presupposes a value judegement adverse to the speaker another is a false dilemma which is identifiying two unacceptable options as the only alternatives. 2) Speeches of greeting, speeches of tribute, speeches marking awards. Expectations of each one 1) Greeting is to make the speaker feel welcome, to give listeners relevant information about the speaker, and to contribute to the speaker’s ethos. 2) Tributes address achievements that are significant as well as represent the
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course CAS 100C taught by Professor Nicholas,cheryll during the Spring '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Lesson 13 - 1 Oral reports and presentations group presentations and responding to questions Expectations of each one 1 oral identifies a subject

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