TEXTBOOK READING

WEBSITE READING

IN-CLASS WORK

REMINDER

LEARNING ABOUT VISUALS FOR ORAL PRESENTATIONS

HERE  and THERE

Visuals:

Ch. 11, pages 400 to 406.

 

Preparing Charts:

Ch. 9,

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

SEE SPECIAL VISUALS STUDY HERE  and THERE 

 

Here is a slide about the PROCESS of GRABBER to INTRODUCTION

Please study it and know it well.      

Discussion about hygiene

 

In Class:

BLANK DEMO & B on keyboard.

 

 

Look at the list of questions to prepare for a presentation.

Click questions and answer # 8 and # 9.

 

Write out your Introduction Slide for next class (Tuesday,27 April)

 

 

Look at this link. You will see videos about the parts of presentations (grabber, transition, pointing, and other skills)

http://ce4.kfupm.edu.sa/webctscr/WebCTGuest?CourseID=DADOC1

Click on CONTENT.

Then, click on link for Unit I.

After the flash file, click on the circle for Unit I.

Then, click on the link for STEP 6. (here are the streaming video clips)

 

 

 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.