Lecture #8 - Oral Presentations (Jenna)


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Unformatted text preview: a reward. •  Present your credenCals. •  JusCfy the topic. Preparing Your Presenta+on •  •  •  •  •  Build Bridges for Your Listeners Plan Your Visuals Prepare Your Visuals Prepare Notecards Rehearse Your Talk Assembling the parts •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Opening Central asserCon Structure Context Evidence Therefore Key recommendaCons Take ­away statement Conclusion •  Closing phrasing should signal a strong sense of conclusion. hMp://www.claireshackelford.us/2011/11/the ­elusive ­finish ­line/ P reparaCon rac+ce resentaCon RelaxaCon & breathing hMp://www.jessicaannmedia.com/the ­zen ­of ­branding / ArCculaCon “Rehearsing the presentaCon may seem obvious, but rehearsing it effecCvely is not write so intuiCve…You must pracCce your presentaCon out loud, at the volume and pace you think you will be using” (Irish & Weiss, 2009, p. 274) PracCce out loud P reparaCon racCce resenta+on Presenta+on Styles •  •  ...
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