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    • Week 11 – May 7, 2010 English Public Speaking & Presentation Professor Hayashi
      • Attendance / Prep Sheet
      • Review
      • Language Focus
      • Conclusions
      • BREAK
      • Presentation Practice
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      • The power of BODY LANGUAGE
      • maintain eye contact
      • open body posture
      • use hand gestures
      • The power of PAUSING
      • use signal phrases
      • pause
      • shift the position of your body
      • The power of 3s
      • use this to beef up your presentation
      • eg. – fun, fashionable and cheap
      • eg. – We’re not the red states, we’re not the blue states, we are the United States.
      • eg. – Answering a rhetorical question…. maybe you’re…, maybe you’re…, maybe you’re ….
      • Let’s review our prep sheets:
      • Signaling the end, Summarizing, Concluding, Recommending, Closing, Inviting questions
      • Do exercise 2 and 3 on pg. 43
      • Exercise 2:
      • d, b, c, e, a
      • Exercise 3:
      • 6
      • 5
      • 1
      • 3
      • 4
      • 2
      • Voice actor – read page 71
      • Exercise 1 – page 42
      • The Motivation Presentation
      • The New Idea Presentation
      • The Welcome Presentation
      • The Sales Presentation
    •  
      • Present the conclusion to a speech
      • Remember to SIGNAL, SUMMARIZE, RECOMMEND, INVITE QUESTIONS