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Feb2ndLecture- Topics, Engagement, Professional Attire2-1

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Topics, Engagement, Professional Attire February 2nd, 2012 Think of a Topic that you are interested in presenting: If you are concerned as to whether or not it will be acceptable, write it on a small piece of notebook paper and place it in the bag at the front of the room. (You don’t need to put your name on it)
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Guidelines and Strategies for selecting your Topic Appropriate Audience Engagement Techniques Professional Attire Quiz #1 Review **** Quiz # 2 will be moved to the following week February 14th thru the 16th Objectives
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a) Risks of smoking cigarettes b) How to adopt a pet c) Your personal birth control methods d) The importance of giving blood Which one is probably not a good idea?
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Selecting A Topic Consider the Audience Consider the Occasion Consider yourself Avoid: Shock Value Controversial subjects Being overly Funny
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Selecting a Topic Brainstorming – Free flow of ideas Then narrow them down Listen to Radio or TV Read a book or newspaper Scanning the internet
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If you’re unsure… just don’t go there.
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