Ch-11; Public Speaking.pptx

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15-17 Techniques of Using Visuals Make certain that everyone in the audience can see the visuals. Explain the visuals if necessary. Organize and plan the use of each visual. Emphasize the visuals. Talk to the audience--not the visuals. Avoid blocking the listeners’ view of the visuals.
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15-18 Team Presentations Plan to incorporate ideas on individual speeches and collaborative writing. Plan order and content. Plan physical factors. Plan staging. Plan closing and Q & A session. Plan to rehearse presentation.
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15-19 Preparing the Oral Report Determine objective – as in written reports Organize – as in written reports But indirect order dominates. Conclude, as in written reports
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15-20 “It usually takes more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech.” -- Mark Twain
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