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Chapter 15 - From memory Reading From notes Impromptu 6 How...

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Nate McKnight Chapter 15 Q&A 1) What stages should one prepare your outline? State your purpose and main idea Organize your major points Identify the intro, body, closing Show connections 2) What must an introduction do for the audience? Create interest in the topic Establish credibility Prepares the audience for the major points 3) How does one hold the audience’s attention? Relate the subject to audience needs Anticipate certain questions Ask for opinions and pause for questions Illustrate ideas with visual aids 4) What should your closing include? Restating the main points Describing the next step Ending on a powerful note 5) What are some ways to give a speech?
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Unformatted text preview: From memory Reading From notes Impromptu 6) How can one feel more confident? Prepare more material than necessary Rehearse Think positive Take deep breaths Concentrate on the message not on you 7) What is arguably the most important section of an oral presentation? The question and answer 8) What are some ways to get attention? Use humor Tell a story Pass around a sample 9) What is a good way to plan a presentation? Analyze the situation Selecting the right medium Organizing your presentation 10) How does one organize a presentation? Define the main idea Limit the scope Choose approach/method...
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