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  NCJ Number: NCJ 178997     Find in a Library
  Title: Making the Most of Your Presentation
  Document URL: HTML PDF 
  Corporate Author: National Crime Prevention Council
United States of America
  Date Published: 03/2000
  Page Count: 8
  Series: OJJDP Youth in Action Series
  Annotation: This bulletin describes techniques for planning and conducting an effective presentation.
  Abstract: A presentation can be a speech, a panel discussion, a debate, a skit, a display, a demonstration, or a dramatic or musical performance. It may be designed to stimulate talk about an issue, educate people on a topic, or generate action in a community. Planning a presentation should begin by considering why the presentation is being made, what information is to be communicated, who is the audience, how much time will be allotted, whether handouts and audiovisual aids will be needed, what methods of reinforcing the message would be useful, what outcomes are desired, and what special needs, concerns, or situations are relevant. The bulletin presents six steps to help answer these questions and begin planning a presentation: (1) consider the outcome desired; (2) address special concerns; (3) develop a presentation outline; (4) be familiar with the physical setting; (5) understand timing and other requirements; and (6) present information in a focused and concise way. To make an effective presentation, know the subject matter, know the audience, manage the direction of the presentation, and encourage participation. Note, resources
  Main Term(s): Juveniles
  Index Term(s): Effective communications training ; Audiovisual aids ; Education ; Community involvement ; Information dissemination ; Teaching/training techniques ; Communication techniques ; Crime prevention education ; Citizenship education
  Sponsoring Agency: Bureau of Justice Assistance
US Dept of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
United States of America
  Sale Source: NCJRS Photocopy Services
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Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse/NCJRS
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United States of America
  Type: Report (Technical Assistance)
  Country: United States of America
  Language: English
  Note: Youth in Action, Number 13
   
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