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Markel9e-Ch21k - OverviewBasic Types Impromptuspeak without...

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Chapter 21. Making Oral Presentations © 2007 by Bedford/St. Martin's 1 Overview—Basic Types Impromptu—speak without advance notice Extemporaneous—refer to notes, make up sentences as you go along Scripted—read presentation written in advance Memorized—speak without notes or script
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Chapter 21. Making Oral Presentations © 2007 by Bedford/St. Martin's 2 Performance Objectives Analyze your audience (meet their needs) Analyze your purpose Gather information Organize the information Create graphics (visuals or handouts)
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Chapter 21. Making Oral Presentations © 2007 by Bedford/St. Martin's 3 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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