Ch 21 - Oral Presentations - There are four types of oral...

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Chapter 21. Making Oral Presentations © 2010 by Bedford/St. Martin's 1 impromptu extemporaneous scripted memorized There are four types of oral presentations:
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Chapter 21. Making Oral Presentations © 2010 by Bedford/St. Martin's 2 clients and customers colleagues in your organization fellow professionals at technical conferences the public You will deliver presentations to four types of audiences:
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Chapter 21. Making Oral Presentations © 2010 by Bedford/St. Martin's 3 Analyze the speaking situation. Organize and develop the presentation. Prepare the presentation graphics. Choose effective language. Rehearse the presentation. Deliver the presentation. Preparing and delivering an oral presentation consists of six steps:
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Chapter 21. Making Oral Presentations © 2010 by Bedford/St. Martin's 4 Here is the typical time allotment in a 20-minute presentation: Task Time (minutes) Introduction 2 Body First major point 4 Second major point 4 Third major point 4 Conclusion 2 Questions 4
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Chapter 21. Making Oral Presentations © 2010 by Bedford/St. Martin's 5 Follow these five guidelines in introducing a presentation: Introduce yourself.
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