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    1 The Diamond Principle CSE 6590
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2 The Diamond Principle First you tell them what  you’re going to tell them  … then you tell them …  then you tell them what  you told them. 3 parts Opening/intro Body Close/summary
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3 When to Apply? Presentations Key points in a presentation Research papers, technical reports Sub-sections of a paper/report Theses Chapters in a thesis Sub-sections in a chapter
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    4 Making Presentations CSE 6590
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5 Outline of the Talk Contents Visual aids Delivery style
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6 Contents Identify your audience Identify the key points  what is the purpose of my talk? Structuring the talk: opening, body, closing Opening: introduce yourself, title of the talk, overview, outline For each keypoint: opening, body, closing Closing: summarize/emphasize the keypoints, next step  (future work)
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7 Visual Aids    Preparation
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course CSE 6590 taught by Professor Kotakoski during the Winter '12 term at York University.

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