RLW #3.docx - Briana Palencia RLW#3 Thinking about Context/Audience The two pecha kucha presentations seem to be presented to a large audience

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Briana Palencia RLW #3 4/9/2019 Thinking about Context/Audience: The two pecha kucha presentations seem to be presented to a large audience, specifically an audience interested in the topic. In an essay, the author doesn’t receive instant feedback of what the audience thinks, instead while presenting, you can see what your audience reaction is immediately. For example, in the Big Bird presentation, when the author gives Big Bird a scientific name, the audience laughs. This demonstrates that the presentation isn’t supposed to be formal. Moreover, pecha kucha presentations are different from reading an essay because by being able to present about your topic, you can emphasis on specific details you find important, while in an essay it is up to the audience on what they find important. Thinking about Purpose: The first pecha kucha presentation was written to teach the audience how to create better slides, while the other pecha kucha presentation was the presenter presenting his research on Big Bird. The first presentation didn’t really have an explicit argument, but it was
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  • Fall '19
  • Pecha Kucha, 2 minutes, Pecha Kucha Presentations, Briana Palencia

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