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19.Which of the following is NOT a suggested guideline regarding the visual elements of your delivery?A.Look at your notes during your opening statement to be sure you start out with the right words.B. Dress appropriately for the occasion and audience.C. Don't pack up early.D. Take time to arrange your notes and your physical position before you begin.Begin your presentation with good eye contact and without looking at your notes.Adler - Chapter 11 #19Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Visual Elements20.According to the text, the most effective way to begin a presentation is Take time to get set and then establish eye contact BEFORE you begin speaking.Adler - Chapter 11 #20Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Visual Elements21.There are a number of visual elements a speaker should consider prior to and during a presentation. According to the text, which of the following is NOT a guideline to follow when planning a presentation? Maintain non-mechanical eye contact by moving your eyes randomly.Adler - Chapter 11 #21Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Visual Elements
22.Sitting instead of standing if you are presenting to a small group will help you When presenting to a small group, consider sitting if you want to be considered part of the team.Adler - Chapter 11 #22Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Visual Elements23.You can increase your chances of seeming open and confident if you A. hold your hands behind your back.B.use expansive gestures.C. point your index finger at the audience.D. grip the lectern.Expansive gestures are frequently perceived as open and confident.Adler - Chapter 11 #23Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Visual Elements24.You may be considered arrogant if you If you stand with your arms crossed, you may be perceived as arrogant.Adler - Chapter 11 #24Topic: Guidelines for Delivery: Visual Elements