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ENGL210F- Module 12- Communicating for Employment .doc

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ENGL 210F
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Juvenile Delinquency

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Module 12: Communicating for Employment - Ch. 9 • Oral presentation: an informative or persuasive speech delivered using only notes and visual aids to guide the speaker’s performance • Non-verbal communication: a form of communication that does not use words, only media such as gestures, eye contact, and tone of voice • Visual aids: typically charts, graphs, and tables used to present data in clearly understandable and appealing ways • Flip chart: a large stand mounted writing pad with bound pages that can be turned over at the top • Overhead projector: a device that projects the enlarged image of transparency onto a screen • PowerPoint: presentation software offering standard templates and other features that aid in the design of integrated text and effective visuals • Template: a stored pattern for a document from which new documents can be made • Impromptu speaking: a delivery method in which the speaker makes remarks without the aid of prepared notes • Extemporaneous speaking: a method of delivery in which the speaker relies on notes rather than manuscript memorization • Special-occasion presentation: a speech made in appreciation in acceptance of an award, in commemoration of an event, or by way of introduction • Internal meeting: a formal meeting that involves only personn
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