Highness or lowness of your voice.
Strength of your voice.
Timbre of your voice.
Volume of your voice.
A method used to rehearse a presentation.
A way of dealing with stage fright.
An organizational technique.
Another name for anecdote.
Tell a joke.
Use a tone of importance.
Analyze the audience.
Determine the purpose of the presentation.
Draft an outline.
Gather supporting data.
People you hear using the word pronounce it incorrectly.
The dictionary was not consulted for the correct pronunciation of unfamiliar words.
The speaker talks too fast and doesn’t take care to verify that he or she is saying the word correctly.
The words are unfamiliar.
A. Increase use of verbal fillers
Large degree of eye contact
Natural feel of delivery
Opportunity to respond to audience feedback
Direct or indirect
Problem and solution
Distribute the packet as part of your opening so members can take notes as you speak.
Distribute the packet as the audience enters so members can read the materials while waiting for you to begin.
Tell the audience early in the presentation that the materials will be available following the presentation.
Withhold information about the packet until you are ready to distribute it.
Acknowledge the remark but indicate that he prefers questions without comments.
Answer the question but use facial expressions to show the questioner that he doesn't appreciate the negative tone.
Go directly to the next question without responding to the negative individual.
Rephrase the question then answer it.
Alternate right to left from the center out.
Begin with the main speaker, then others based on status.
Move from his/her far right to center, then far left to center.
Use alphabetic sequence.
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