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COM 240 Presentations Expectations
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Presentations Professionalism – 20% (ish) Creativity – 20% (ish)
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Content A major component of your presentation is your ability to effectively present the content of the course This does not mean to read your notebook back at us Demonstrate your proficiency in the material Include each sub-section of your final project How much is enough? Enough is enough!
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Content Effectively present the course content: Relate the binder material to course content Relate the binder material to your audience Your audience is COM 240 students So you can use COM 240 terms Ask yourselves if your presentation is organized in the best way
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Professionalism Should be reflective of your organization Keep typical notions of professionalism in mind Dress Professional dress can vary
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Unformatted text preview: Language Colloquial vs professional Nonverbals, Eye Contact, Gestures, Voice Basic public speaking stuff Professionalism The best way to ensure professionalism: PRACTICE Creativity Keep our attention Have fun Entertain your classmates Entertain us Creativity Lots of leeway Keep it appropriate (PG-13) Let the content and context guide you Many examples from past years. Requirements & Limitations No PowerPoint Technology BEWARE!!!! If it doesnt work right away - abandon it Be able to continue your presentation with or without your technology Visual aides Have at least one Participation % Equal contribution Not necessarily equal speaking time Everyone should say at least something...
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2009 for the course COM 240 taught by Professor Lillie during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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