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Presentations in Everyday Liferesponds to the expressed needs of those who face the challenge of making presentations that inform, persuade, entertain, and inspire audience members. Through hands-on materials and practical advice,Presentations in Everyday Lifeuniquely offers the seven key elements and guiding principles of presentation speaking that apply to any speaking context. Readers will learn immediately useful strategies and skills to make their presentations more successful and memorable.
Table of Contents
|Listening and Critical Thinking Quick Start Guide to Presentation Speaking Preparing|
|Presentation Purpose and Topic|
|Audience Analysis and Adaptation|
|Speaker Credibility and Ethics|
|Presentation Logistics and Occasion Researching and Organizing|
|Research and Supporting Material|
|Organizing and Outlining|
|Introductions and Conclusions Engaging Your Audience|
|Presentation Aids and Speaking Technology Applying|
|Appendix A: Speaking in Groups|
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