Class 11.30.12

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  • 1. Homophones (or homonyms)Extra Credit
  • 2. Quiz
  • 3. 1. Name a helpful way you canpresent and organizeinformation in the body ofyour presentation.
  • 4. 2. True or False: You should letthe audience know that youare coming to the end or yourpresentation.
  • 5. 3. A conclusion should containsomething _______________.
  • 6. 4. Use ______ sparingly…Don’tturn each slide into a sizzling_____ _____.
  • 7. 1. Name a helpful way you canpresent and organizeinformation in the body ofyour presentation.
  • 8. 1. Name a helpful way you can present and organize information in the body of your presentation.• Give signals (directions) to show where you are going or where you have been• Comment on your own material• Provide internal summaries• Anticipate any objections or qualifications your audience is likely to have
  • 9. 2. True or False: You should letthe audience know that youare coming to the end or yourpresentation.
  • 10. 2. True or False: You should letthe audience know that youare coming to the end or yourpresentation. True
  • 11. 3. A conclusion should containsomething _______________.
  • 12. 3. A conclusion should containsomething _______________. memorable
  • 13. 4. Use ______ sparingly…Don’tturn each slide into a sizzling_____ _____.
  • 14. 4. Use color sparingly…Don’tturn each slide into a sizzlingneon sign.
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  • 17. Homework for Monday, 12/3/12• Keep studying pages 361-367• Practice your introduction and be prepared to record it.• Prepare a script for each of your slides