3.5 Oral 1 (Instructors PPT) Fall 2011

3.5 Oral 1 (Instructors PPT) Fall 2011 - Oral Presentation...

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Unformatted text preview: Oral Presentation #1 Instructions (Learning Module Oral Presentation 1) Assignment Sheet Speaking Topics & Dates Outline Outline/PPT Slides Examples Instructors PPT Slides Topic Assigned topic from What Color Is Your Parachute? (Library Reserve: Myers B4) Robert Half on Hiring (Library Reserve: Myers B5) Presentation Dates September 13, 15, 20 May change topic with a classmate (let instructor know of change) -5 / session if unprepared (no outline & PPT slides) Location OCNR 240 Oral Presentation Outline None allowed for 47-50 (94-100%) score Rely on PPT slide outline View PPT outline on monitor Elaborate/develop points on slides Oral Presentation Outline Prepare outline similar to Fig. 14.2 Glance at outline Elaborate/develop points on slides Dont read word for word (70%) Oral Presentation Outline Dont include every word to be spoken 3 II. BODY First, I will provide some instances of effectiveness of supporting facts. The author of the speech used several interesting stories to illustrate the need for strong personal ethics. For instance, Peter Jennings was asked how he would respond to a hypothetical situation in which he would have had . . . . Oral Presentation Outline (see p. 428, Fig. 14.2) Use an outline format with key words 2 II. BODY A. Experience 1. Demonstrate 2. Include resume 3. If have little experience Transition: Time Limit 5 - 10 minutes (includes up to 3 questions) Too short: Deduction every 15 sec....
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3.5 Oral 1 (Instructors PPT) Fall 2011 - Oral Presentation...

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