Lesson plans 3.22.12

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Lesson plans 3.22.12

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  3. 3. 3Some employers nowwant Facebookpasswords from jobapplicants
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  5. 5. 5 In-class Journal AssignmentWhat do you feel are the top fivestrengths about yourself? Rate themfrom 1 to 5, with 1 being the highest,and explain why you choose those.
  6. 6. 6Quiz
  7. 7. 71. There are three basic steps thatwill help you develop a strongmessage for your presentations.Name one of them
  8. 8. 82. There are five things that you shoulddo when you are developing yourintroduction for your presentation.Name one of them
  9. 9. 93. When you first start yourpresentation audiences will,as a matter of courtesy,generally give you theirattention for only_____________.
  10. 10. 104.There are severalattention-grabbingstrategies to open with.Name one
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  12. 12. 121. There are three basic steps thatwill help you develop a strongmessage for your presentations.Name one of them
  13. 13. 131.State your purpose2.Identify your audience3.Select and research your topic
  14. 14. 142. There are five things that you shoulddo when you are developing yourintroduction for your presentation.Name one of them
  15. 15. 15• Greet the audience and grab their attention• Communicate your interest in them• Introduce your topic and main idea• Show that you have something worthwhile to say• Establish an appropriate tone
  16. 16. 163. When you first start yourpresentation audiences will,as a matter of courtesy,generally give you theirattention for only_____________.
  17. 17. 17Thirty seconds
  18. 18. 184.There are severalattention-grabbingstrategies to open with.Name one
  19. 19. 19• A little-known fact or statistic• A series of questions• A humorous story or anecdote• An appropriate quotation• A description of a serious problem• A cartoon, picture, or drawing• A short demonstration• A statement about the topic’s importance• An eye-catching prop or display• A video or an audio clip
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  21. 21. 21 Homework for Monday, the 26th• Keep studying that reading in the textbook (there will be another quiz on it Monday)• Bring in some digital pictures of yourself, friends and family, vacation pictures, holiday pictures, any favorite pictures, etc. (If you don’t have many digital pictures, bring in regular photos to scan).

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