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Unformatted text preview: Background Information Methods short and concise Results (or Expected Results) o Speaking PRACTICE beforehand (we can immediately tell when you havent). Loud is better. Slow is better. TIME YOURSELF. DO NOT READ from cards, paper, etc. You should know it well enough that your slides guide you through what you want to say. Any notes to yourself should be single-word reminders. o Standing : face the audience as you speak, only glance at your slides. o Pointer : use it. Do not leave in one spot (hurts audiences eyes). o Handout : Provide your instructors with a handout of the talk (PowerPoint: go to Print, change it from slides to handouts, select 9 on a page, hit OK). o Commenting on Other Presentations : first praise, then make suggestions or ask questions....
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2010 for the course BIOL 406 taught by Professor Brandivanroo during the Spring '10 term at Framingham State College.
- Spring '10