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A f o t n o r in f Congratulations, Information Explorer! You are on your way to becoming an excellent public speaker. Use these tips, remember to practice, and captivate your audience! 29 Glossary bullet points (BUL-it POINTS) small graphics, such as dots, that show different points in a list contrast (KAHN-trast) the difference between two things font (FAHNT) the style of the text you use on a computer slideshows (SLIDE-shohz) series of images or slides that you show to an audience; two popular slideshow programs for computers are Microsoft PowerPoint and Apple Keynote subtopics (SUHB-tah-piks) topics that fall under your main topic; you may have many different subtopics that fit within one main topic templates (TEM-plits) predesigned slides that come built into slideshow programs and can be filled with the user’s own information get r o f t ’ Don treats!

You might do this in front of a mirror, or you might videotape yourself and then watch it with your own critical eye. What do you need to work on? Make sure that you do not say “um” or “like” too much while Chapter Four: Be Prepared speaking. Pay attention to your hand gestures, facial expressions, and posture. Practice making eye contact with audience members. Avoid reading from note cards, your paper, or the screen. Make a list of what you need to bring the day of your presentation. Don’t forget to have a backup of your slideshow, perhaps on a flash drive or e-mailed to yourself.

What d id you do well? What needs wor to make you th k e ultimate stor yteller? sentation e r p r u o y Practice mirror. a f o t n o r in f Congratulations, Information Explorer! You are on your way to becoming an excellent public speaker. Use these tips, remember to practice, and captivate your audience! 29 Glossary bullet points (BUL-it POINTS) small graphics, such as dots, that show different points in a list contrast (KAHN-trast) the difference between two things font (FAHNT) the style of the text you use on a computer slideshows (SLIDE-shohz) series of images or slides that you show to an audience; two popular slideshow programs for computers are Microsoft PowerPoint and Apple Keynote subtopics (SUHB-tah-piks) topics that fall under your main topic; you may have many different subtopics that fit within one main topic templates (TEM-plits) predesigned slides that come built into slideshow programs and can be filled with the user’s own information get r o f t ’ Don treats!

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