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9/16/09 Click to edit Master subtitle style Chapter 11 Organizing a Successful Presentation
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9/16/09 Why organize a presentation?
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9/16/09 Why organize a presentation? Necessary to communicate ideas effectively. Keeps audience’s interest and attention. Creates the perception of being competent, confident, and credible.
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9/16/09 First Things First Choosing a Topic- In most situations, you select your own topic rather than having one assigned. Outside of the classroom, the occasion often determines the topic. Choosing a familiar topic of interest think about any knowledge or expertise you may have make sure you can relate the topic to
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9/16/09 Choose a topic you are interested in Considering the Audience a good topic is one that the audience cares about and finds important; what does the audience already know? consider how you can link your topic to your audience if topic requires specialized jargon, reconsider the topic or make sure
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9/16/09 Defining the purpose for your presentation General purpose- usually very broad; usually to inform or persuade Specific purpose- what you hope to accomplish with your audience by the end of your presentation; make sure it is narrow enough that you can actually accomplish during presentation; must be audience- specific Specific purpose statements
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9/16/09 Specific purpose statements should…..
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