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March 24, 2016 | Author: | Posted in education

Identify and describe what you believe to be the three most effective strategies

for managing stress before presenting an individual oral presentation (min

100 – max . 150 words

Replace your worries with productive ones

Concentrate on the positive side of your experience . Any presentation would be beneficial for you a great opportunity to communicate with people and enhance your abilities . Remember that you ‘re speaking to an audience who would learn something valuable

Relax and Stay Calm

Gather your thoughts and set your mind in a relaxing state . This would [banner_entry_middle]

help you organize your thoughts well and be able to communicate effectively with your audience if you know what you ‘re taking about and if you will be calm all throughout the presentation

Be Prepared

Think of it as if you ‘re going on a battle . It ‘s like with oral presentation . You should have researched the , studied very hard and practiced speaking in front of the mirror or with your friends . You wouldn ‘t want to get caught speechless or look like you have come unprepared

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Identify and describe three types of non-verbal behaviour an audience looks

for in effective speakers (min . 100 – max . 150 words . Minimum of one

academic reference required

Eye Contact

Audience knows when the speaker came well prepared and knows his so well when he speaks with sense and make eye contact with the audience . Eye contact conveys your message clearly across with your audience

Body Language

Leads (2003 ) explains that your body speaks louder than words . It can measure your self confidence on how you carry yourself . The way you stand , hold the mike , turn on the projector and others could make the audience sense that you are confident

Tone of your Voice

Tone of your voice can immediately make a first impression with your audience , thus if you ‘re nervous it will surely shows with your voice and this could make a negative impact with your audience

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Dorothy Leeds . 2003 PowerSpeak : Engage , Inspire , and Stimulate Your Audience

Chapter 16 pp 200-237

What is the difference between inductive reasoning and deductive reasoning (min . 100 – max . 150 words . Minimum of one academic reference required )Deductive reasoning is also known as a top-down ‘ approach . Deductive reasoning works from general to more specific (Luthans , 1998 . For an example , think of a general term or idea such as Manufacturing . You have to become more specific with your , what kind of manufacturing ? It could be cars , hard wares , or food . Then , you should be more specific if you chose Car , think of a company that manufactures cars and so on This is from general to specific

Inductive reasoning is also known as ‘ bottom-up ‘ approach . Inductive reasoning works the other way from precise observations to extensive generalizations and theories (Luthans , 1998 . We begin with detailed observations and measures , distinguish outline and regularities , express provisional hypotheses to investigate , and finally create a general conclusions or theories

Word Count : 123


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