Chapter 6 Using good techniques of delivery

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    Chapter 6  Chapter 6  Using Good Techniques Of Delivery Using Good Techniques Of Delivery
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    Suggestions: Move around the room. Use some noticeable gestures. Vary your voice’s inflection and loudness. Make eye contact to all parts of the room. Be careful with humor. Involve your audience. Be creative with group presentations.
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    Move around the room Help you stay more relaxed Break the “glass wall” Begin your introduction not on the usual side Move toward your audience Walk into the U or one side of the audience
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    Use some noticeable gestures Gestures can reinforce your words Help you come across as energetic and lifelike Don’t fall into repetitive patterns of gestures
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    Vary your voice’s inflection and  loudness Lose your natural speaking voice, become  monotone Speaking with natural pauses Vary your loudness– a little louder or softer
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Unformatted text preview: Make eye contact with all parts of the room Look to each side of the room Look to the very back of the room Dont have to make eye contact with everyone, at least a few all over the room Be careful with humor Dont insult your audience Require extra caution Limit humor to occasional light moments and spontaneous reactions Involve your audience Ask a question that doesnt require an individual to answer Ask a question that does require an individual to answer Ask for someone to come forward to demonstrate something Be creative with group presentations Usual scenario is for one person to speak and then sit down If work as a team to work back and forth, can be effective...
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