CHAPTER 13 - CHAPTER 13 DELIVERING YOUR PRESENTATION FIVE...

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CHAPTER 13 DELIVERING YOUR PRESENTATION FIVE PRINCIPLES FOUR BASIC DELIVERY METHODS METHODS—MANUSCRIPT Manuscript speaking is reading a presentation from a written text. It is rarely done well enough to be interesting. Guidelines Type your manuscript in short, easy-to-scan phrases. Use appropriate nonverbal messages and maintain eye contact. Do not read the manuscript too quickly. Vary the rhythm, inflections, and pace of your delivery. Use gestures and movement to add nonverbal interest. METHODS—MEMORIZED Memorized speaking is delivering a presentation word-for-word from memory without using notes. Guidelines Do not deliver your memorized speech too rapidly Avoid patterns of vocal inflection that make presentation sound recited Uses gestures and movement to add interest and emphasis METHODS--IMPROMPTU Impromptu speaking , off-the-cuff, is
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delivering a presentation without advance preparation. Guidelines Consider your audience Be brief Organize Draw upon your personal experience and knowledge. Use gestures and movement that arise naturally. Be aware of the potential impact of your communication. METHODS-EXTEMPORANEOUS Extemporaneous speaking is speaking from a written or memorized outline without having memorized the exact wording. This method is preferred by most audiences. Guidelines Use a full-content preparation outline when rehearsing presentation.
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