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    Public speaking skills are extremely useful in various aspects of work and life in general. These skills are important in business, marketing, training, teaching, and more importantly, simply being more comfortable speaking to groups of people as well as general self-development in social situations. At some point in time everyone needs to make presentations. Presentation skills are not limited to professionals and there are no specific courses to train and qualify a presenter. Anyone can develop these skills through preparation and practice. Successful presentations can differentiate efficient people from inefficient ones. Presentation skills are applicable to a variety of people ranging from students to professionals to general public as…

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    this class but I never gave up. Since I found out that I had to take a communication class, I knew that that was going to be the worst class of my life. I was wrong, but I can not say I enjoyed doing presentations in front of people. Before college I used to avoid presenting to…

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    Purpose and Aspirations My initial and only purpose when I enrolled into the course was to be a more competent presenter in delivering business presentations, but little did I knew I will achieve so much more than this. In the first day of class, we were told to list down the characteristics of our ideal persona, a projection of our aspired self. When I was asked this question, only one person came to mind, Jenn Im, a YouTuber that creates her content around fashion and lifestyle. She has the…

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    It’s the way that the word gets out; billions upon billions of ideas for business, classroom activities, etc. are spread through presentations. With presentations come some jitters, but Andrew Bradbury states a plan in his book “Successful Presentation Skills (2010)” that winds up to be the first key element to a successful presentation. Having a game plan before stepping on stage in front of an audience sounds like common knowledge, but it’s more than just a game plan. Bradbury (2010) lists a…

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    George’s county Maryland. My sample will be taken from the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), consisting of 35-50 members each year. CPA 's PTO meets on the second Thursday of each month from 6:00-7:00 pm at school. (17) I will choose one meeting each academic quarter of the school year, totaling to 4 presentations a year with the PTO members. Reviewing similar information 4 times a year will reinforce it, and shows that youth violence has a high level of importance. The PTO members are required…

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    group presentation, I would just like to wishfully thank them for their effort and of course, thank you for teaching a course that was rather interesting. I moved all the way from Kuwait to Brock and in all honesty, knew that group work would be my first and main concern. The reason behind this is that usually, I would get to pick my own friends and that makes the communication process within the group much easier but that’s not the case at Brock and other universities. Groups (just like for…

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    Observation Of Ted Talk

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    group both drug, and they didn’t give the third group anything. In result they found out that the group that were taking two medication together showed different side effects than the group that was taking only one drug at time. Throughout the presentation he used different techniques to keep his audience attention. As I mentioned before he asked the audience questions to keep them thinking about the topic. He stated the three reasons why he wants to do more research on this topic. He added…

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    currently the Director of Merchandising at ULine. Andrew’s presentation took about an hour or so. Andrew Goltra was a very good speaker, but there was definitely some room for improvement based off what I have learned about with presentation best practices. I could have a long list of both good and bad aspects during his presentation, but for the sake of this assignment I’m going to focus on five aspects from his speech that involved both good and bad practices. The pros of Andrew Goltra’s…

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    Oral History Project

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    grade level to build students’ skills and confidence. As a future educator, I know I will implement an oral history project in my classroom. Oral history enhances students’ historical knowledge, enriches research, writing, thinking, and interpersonal skills. All of these skills are important for all students’ success in school and in their future lives. Through oral history, students give individuals a chance to participate in the creation of the historical retelling of their lives. Instead of…

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    The constant theme throughout my journey in this program was struggle: a hard, unforgiving, sleepless nights type of struggle. This painful sensation made me believe that, from my initial core classes of undergraduate work to the beginning of this program, I had been greatly sheltered. Friends, family, co-workers and acquaintances would ask me, with such a gleeful expression, how my classes were going and I found it hard hiding my true feelings. Overtime, I could feel the pressure lighten and…

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