CFAS 2300 - Elements of a Good Presentation C. Nichole...

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Elements of a Good Presentation C. Nichole Morelock, Ph.D., LMFT CFAS 2300
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CFAS 2300 Overview Presentation elements Choosing a topic Resources Visual aids Final Details Examples
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PRESENTATION ELEMENTS Introduction: Capture attention Acknowledge audience Humor, statistics, brief story Provide an overview Introduce your topic and what you plan to cover – have an overview slide! Thesis statement
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PRESENTATION ELEMENTS Presentation Body Content of presentation Clarify definitions Identify key points to build on Provide specific examples Transition statements Relevance Believe in what you are saying!
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PRESENTATION ELEMENTS Conclusion Summarize main points Concluding remarks Thank audience for their attention Invite questions Transition to the References slide List sources in APA format Always be prepared to demonstrate where your information came from!
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PRESENTATION GUIDELINES Choosing and researching a topic
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This note was uploaded on 07/18/2011 for the course CFAS 2300 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Texas Tech.

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