Check Point Reading and Comprehension

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Read and Comprehension Constance Duff GEN 105 November 5, 2009 David Trebra
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Go above and beyond the normal presentation and give the audience something surprising. Do not weigh down your audience with mass amounts of information; they will not remember it all. Rehearse your presentation repetitively, this will help get rid of nervous habits one may have. Treat the presentation as a presentation, ‘cracking’ jokes will not win the audience. When using props, keep them simple and notable The presentation has a purpose and the purpose is not you. Understand who your audience is and make sure that your audience understands you, meaning when you are speaking to your audience use the proper language terms so the audience does not get ‘lost in translation.’ The speaker runs the presentation, not the PowerPoint. Do not cram the PowerPoint with all the information expecting the audience to watch your presentation like a movie.
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course ENGLISH 140 taught by Professor Professor during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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