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Table of Contents
Part One Preparing Your Presentations 1 Getting Started 2 Preparing Your First Presentation 3 Selecting a Topic and Purpose 4 Analyzing the Audience Part Two Selecting and Arranging Content 5 Finding Information and Supporting Your Ideas 6 Organizing and Outlining Your Presentation 7 Delivering Speeches 8 Choosing Your Words 9 Visual Resources and Presentation Technology Part Three Types of Presentations 10 Presenting to Inform 11 Presenting Persuasive Messages 12 Speaking on Special Occasions Appendix: Working and Presenting as a Group Glossary References Credits Index