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Langston Cabaniss Questions for Chapters 29 & 30 Instructions: please give the most complete answer to each of the questions. Chapter 29 1. What is the difference between public speaking and presentational speaking? The difference between the two is that one can be public speaking and not necessarily giving a presentation, where as presentational speaking directly refers to the speaking in ones presentation. 2. What are the five common types of presentations that might be delivered in the business and professional arena? Give an example for each type. Informative presentations-briefings, reports, training etc. Persuasive presentations-Organizing persuasive messages, Types of persuasive presentations, Strategies for ethical persuasion Group Presentations- Purposing new business plans as a group Special-Occasion Presentations-Welcome a guest or group, introducing another speaker 3. Consider the occupation you hope to work at after receiving your college degree. Which kinds of presentations do you think will be
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Unformatted text preview: required in your job? Why? The kinds of presentations I fell like I would be doing would be group presentation because I plan on working in the marketing field and presenting new ideas and new goals to my staff as a group with the exec members. Chapter 30 1. How should you prepare an oral review for an academic article? Langston Cabaniss You should go over your notes, make sure your still opinionated, make sure what you plan on saying isn’t too harsh and cant be taken the wrong way. 2. When preparing team presentations, what guidelines should you keep in mind? You should always keep your time limit in mind as well as taboo topics and the organization of the presentation to make sure it flows well. 3. What are the key components of a good review of literature? Key components of a good review of literature are problem formulation, literature relevance, and analysis and interpretation....
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