Modes of Presentation

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Modes of Presentation •  Impromptu Presentation  Memorized Presentation  Manuscript Presentation  Extemporaneous Presentation
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Impromptu Presentation  When there is little or no time to prepare for a speech  E.g. -  A lengthy response at a business meeting, seminar or  conference - Constructive criticism after a classmate s presentation  Structure as simply and clearly as possible   Focus on a very small number of main ideas  Avoid lengthy and complex arguments  Take cues from previous speakers
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 Carefully-crafted language committed to memory  A type of presentation highly valued in the past  Memorization prevents adaptation to audience          feedback throughout speech  Unnecessary investment of time and energy  Can promote rigidity and poor delivery  You can forget lines,  blank  or 
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