Effective Presentations

Effective Presentations - Teach the Audience Persuade the...

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Unformatted text preview: Teach the Audience Persuade the Audience For the purposes of this class: Teach the audience about a particular subject First half election process Second half you will choose a topic of discussion relating to American Government You will be required to use 3 legitimate sources Reputable sources are a must AP, NY Times, Washington Post, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Candidates Websites You must use Powerpoint for at least part of your presentation Dont write in full sentences Focus on the main idea for each point Example: George W. Bush Born 1946 Birthplace: New Haven Connecticut University Yale: Bachelors degree in History Member of Skull and Bones Society (wikipedia.org) Your job is to inform us about the candidates 3 main areas Bio Academic Career Political Career ****Your Goal is not to form an argument**** Bio short for biography Age Birthplace Parents Economic Background Ethnic Background Religious beliefs basic Important family members connections Financial Status Can also include eccentric behaviors or unique capabilities that are unrelated to politics Financial Status and holdings Important family members marital connections Can also include eccentric behaviors or unique capabilities that are unrelated to politics...
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