Reading and Comprehension Checkpoint

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After reading 8 Secrets to a Knockout Business Presentation, my reading rate was 212 words per minute. Do not use Bullet points in a presentation; it may cripple it. Do not use big words, or words that may be too difficult to understand. Do not be comical; be very professional when you are demonstration, not doing stand- up comedy. You may feel in the need to incorporate props into your presentation, this is a great idea, but do not over do it. Whatever you do, it is best not to focus on yourself or your achievements, and only focus on what you will be able to do to help the company achieve more. What was your reading setting? My approach is to do reading in the selection it was trying to read and retain as much information as possible, but within a short amount of time. How did you minimize distractions? It because very difficult to minimize distractions, buses that stop at the bus stop which
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Unformatted text preview: has been a distraction at some times, But, I do focus on reading and blocked out most of the background noise and distractions. Did you become emotionally involved? I did become emotionally involved to a certain extent. There are a few tendencies that may hurt me, more than help me when I am doing a presentation or presenting myself than I realized. Which of the four reading purposes did you employ? You can list more than one. I think that I may have incorporated three of the four purposes, (1) Reading to understand the situation, (2) Reading to critically evaluate, and (3) Reading for practical application. List new vocabulary terms, and provide their definitions.-Cule: Meaning a very small an example would be molecule-Sper: Meaning hope an example would be desperate...
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2010 for the course GEN 105 AAAJ0MG8Q2 taught by Professor Nataliekijurna during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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