Spring 2011 Team Teaching Presentation(1)

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Business Communications Team Teaching Project  (7-10 minutes) In business, you’ll often be asked to inform, train, or teach your colleagues about something you know (or you have learned) that they  don’t.   For this assignment, think of yourselves as a communications training team in your corporation.   Your team has been assigned  to teach a chapter from free, online e-books available to you on NetLibrary via the Temple University Library website. BE AWARE:  This is NOT your usual book report!  Don’t slavishly report every word of the chapter… Find the most interesting, engaging and useful information Develop and execute a lively and informative presentation Create a follow-up ‘audience-interactive’ activity to help your audience learn and feel a part of your presentation Remember to: Detail the (truly) main points as your team sees them . You can’t cover everything; find the most important points and  share them. Be interactive; find ways to engage your audience.   Design a brief follow up activity your team will lead. Be captivating, interesting and innovative .  Part of your grade will be on how creatively and interestingly you’ve presented  the dry material! Provide a hard copy of your PowerPoint presentation and any handouts to your instructor on the day of your presentation.
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2011 for the course BUSINESS 2196 taught by Professor Katiegerst during the Spring '10 term at Temple.

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