IN CLASS

TEXTBOOK READING

WEBSITE READING

HOME WORK

(do at home)

REMINDER

New phrase

 

Bring the ppt. file with you to class on SUNDAY,

2 May

 

 

REVIEW

 

Visuals:

Ch. 11, pages 400 to 406.

 

Preparing Charts:

Ch. 9,

pages 313 to 319, including Checklist #13, p. 319.  

 

Here is a slide about the PROCESS of GRABBER to INTRODUCTION

Please study it and know it well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make sure to save file as Ppt. 97 to 2003 version.

 
 


 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

Bring the ppt. file with you to class on SUNDAY, 2 May.

Save file in Ppt. version 97 to 2003. Use your I.D. as file name.

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Make one (1) introduction slide, (one slide only) and save it to your flash disk (no CD or Floppy).

 

No big graphics or pictures.  Only text, and if you want a simple picture or diagram,

so the upload time to the classroom PC will not be long

 

Thanks, guys.  

We need to save time.

 

WARNING !!! You will perform OPSS #3 with a slide on SUNDAY, 2 May so . . .

you will do 3 skills . . .

 

(a) say your grabber opening,

then

(b) say your transition to your Introduction slide or visual,

click and show slide

(c) briefly describe your Introduction Slide Contents (standing and pointing professionally).

 

2 May due date OPSS #3

 

NON-VERBAL TERMS

       Hands and arms KINESICS

       Standing/Sitting = Posture

       Eyes Oculistics

       Facial movements smile, frown

       Physical Appearance Height, Weight, Age, Gender (M/F), Clothes, Objects (watch, pen, etc.), and Attractiveness (beauty/not beauty)

       RELATED TO PHYSICAL Odors/smells (good and bad); cleanliness or not; style; hygiene (the health/cleanliness of all parts of your body)

 

       Voice Tone, volume, speed

       Time difference between high/low context cultures: High = elastic. Low = fixed

       Touch Haptics (High context = acceptable) (Low context = not acceptable or more complex situation)

       Space & Territory Proxemics (People, Place, Objects set up, distance, relationships) The higher the context, the closer you can stand to the other person without causing a problem.

 

Click for an example  of the Introduction slide.

Remember that this slide is not an OUTLINE.

Click here for specific  INTRODUCTION EXAMPLE       

       Make your Introduction Slide

(only the major points your presentation will cover).   

 

Start preparing your Powerpoint Introduction slide now (answer questions 8 and 9 from the special list I gave you

CLICK HERE FOR (9 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF)