Introduction to Presenting Logistical questions about paired presentations Review of Presentation Planning Preparation for next class Complete Recommendation Memo—final version Read New York Times Review the SAFW formula in Blue handout pack
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What do you want your audience to know or doas a result of your communication?
So you must…
Note: All effective presentations involve an element of persuasion!
Listeners Must Understand as You Speak; There is no “Instant Replay” Button
INTRODUCTION: Tell them what you’re going to tell them
BODY: Tell them
CONCLUSION: Tell them what you’ve told them
Involve your audience in shared objective
“Today we will see that preparation is the key to a successful job interview…”
“There are three things you should do to prepare for any interview:
Put these on your agenda slide
“To look at each of these steps in more detail, let’s first examine your starting point: creating a good resume.”
(Start with your strongest or most important point--based on audience experience and bias…)
Practice with your visuals
“Touch, turn, and talk”
Voice and Speech
Gestures, Movement, Stance