His use of visual aids in an appropriate fashion to help back up claims and

His use of visual aids in an appropriate fashion to

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points. His use of visual aids in an appropriate fashion to help back up claims and ideas helped to keep the audience aware of the timeline as the talk progressed. This is tied to the “5 Principles of Learning.” In this case, he was using two of these principles: sensory aids and organizing his information ( Nelson, P., Titsworth, B. S., & Pearson, J., 2013, pg. 223) . He had an excellent thesis, which was that the artistic descriptions of the god Avalokiteshvara changed over the centuries with the changing of the kingdoms and societies and he showed the audience the actual images to back this thesis up. As he is a professor who specializes in art of this type and as, from what I understood from the audience makeup to believe, a follower of Buddhist teaching he was particularly good at understanding and following the changes, as well as describing them. This fits many of the requirements listed by the textbook 1
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regarding such as, “Do you, as the speaker, have involvement with the topic?” and, “Do you, as the speaker, have competence in the topic area? (Nelson, P., Titsworth, B. S., & Pearson, J., 2013, pg. 53). Unfortunately, he used a large amount of vocal filler in his lecture. He “ummm’d” and “ahhh’d” throughout. It was distracting and weakened his lecture, which is something that the
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