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    Business Presentations

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    When conducting business presentations, knowing your purpose and knowing your audience are crucial parts of the preparation process, which will allow you to organize your content to build audience rapport during your presentation. Along with those steps, visual aids and multimedia presentations can help your audience to better comprehend and retain the information being presented. And by choosing an effective delivery method, you can better communicate your information and communicate with the audience

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    On Tuesday before class started, we had a group meeting concerning our oral presentation. Most of us have met a week earlier to discuss what we were going to talk about during the presentation. We put it together on PowerPoint and quickly went over all the slides. One thing I learned about our group is that some of us tend to shy away when doing presentations in front of the class. Voluntarily I wouldn’t go up, depending what the topic is and if I knew much about it. If I prepare for it, I don’t

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    invited to go to a presentation that was given by Marjorie Nichols over conflict resolution. I choose to attend this presentation because not only does this topic help me with my career at Bank of America but it will also aid me in my future career as a PR agent. Conflict resolution is a topic that can be applied to any field so I felt like it would be a great subject to right about and also learn something new. While listening to our speaker and viewing the PowerPoint presentation there were some

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    Having chosen a topic that is very important for early years’ settings in the UK, I feel that the presentation that we had prepared is a useful resource for colleagues to turn back to when they need to prepare themselves for an Ofsted inspection. In my opinion, as we had a member of the team that has experienced an Ofsted inspection and have used up-to-date information about the Ofsted process, I think that this has validated our information. A strength of our PowerPoint was that it well planned

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    Reflection on Seminar Presentation Reflection is “an active process of witnessing one’s own experience in order to take a closer look and explore it in depth”. (Amulya, 1999) It is important to reflect back on our actions to develop strategies for survival throughout our lives (Jasper, 2003). It is through reflection that we learn from our mistakes and avoid repeating in the future. There are various models of reflection, I am using Gibbs mode of reflection which entails a six steps process and

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    time for us to meet and plan our presentation, the first and only time all group members were present to work on the presentation was on the morning of the presentation. We worked on it and at the time I believed we had agreed on our final product, I personally felt all the slides needed at this point was editing and final touches to make it visually appealing for the audience. I went online to the google presentation we were using as a group to prepare our presentation and was surprised to see a different

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    As the play nears its bloody conclusion, Macbeth's "tragic flaw" comes to the forefront: like Duncan before him, he is too trusting. He believes the witches' prophesies at face value, never realizing that, like him, things are seldom what they seem. Thus he foolishly fortifies his castle with the few men he has left, banking on the fact that the events the witches predicted seem impossible. But in fact these predictions come true: the English army brings Birnam Wood to Dunsinane, and Macduff, who

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    Erving Goffman’s Presentation of Self Claim Erving Goffman was a sociologist who studied and analyzed social interaction. He took special interest in explaining how people live their lives as if they were actors performing on stage. He looked at the world as if he were a “director” seeing what goes on in everyday life. He called this observation of the world dramaturgical analysis. He applied terms to this explanation, which include the concepts of status and role. He referred the “part in a play”

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    Analysis of the Culture of First Generation students at DePauw through Erving Goffman’s Theory of Presentation of Self “First-generation,” a term that has recently began to permeate through our discourse surrounding education. Yet, secondary education institutions have found difficulty settling on a definition that fully captures the distinct and incomparable experiences and backgrounds of students. The definitions of a first-generation college student varies from institution to institution; ranging

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