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  • Professional Presentation
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    Presentation Skills Everyone knows the value of being able to communicate for a team project or the positive results of a well-written proposal. But in the area of Public Relations, you also need to be able to give an effective, professional presentation and in order to conquer this there are several things you should keep in mind. First, you must know what the purpose of your presentation is. Then you must realize what the point or points are that you wish to make. Your entire presentation shou...
  • Sojourner Truth Ain't I A Woman
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    In 1851, many Northern clergymen and Christian women who were members of a liberal and progressive society met to hear this famous speech by Sojourner Truth. She believed that women should be active members of society; that they leave their private spheres and face the world. She also believed strongly that women should be entitled to the same rights and privileges that men had at that time. She was so bold in her speaking that it has been said at a conference one man proclaimed, there is no way...
  • First Point Of View Shots The Audience
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    Alfred Joseph Hitchcock is thought to be, by most, the greatest film director of all time. He was born in Leyton stone, London on 13 August 1899. He directed many great films such as The Lodger, The Birds, Sabotage, Notorious, Rear Window, and of course one of his greatest achievements ever, Psycho in 1960. He directed the first British sound film Blackmail. Alfred Hitchcock once said, Audience reaction is more important than the content of the film. Throughout and before the playing of Psycho, ...
  • Audience About The Dangers Of Alcohol
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    Anthony Palette Com 103 I wanted to inform the audience about the dangers of alcohol, and how alcohol effects pregnant mothers, the brain, and the liver. I also wanted the audience to know what alcoholism is and what kinds of behaviors can cause alcoholism. I think the audience knows a little bit about alcoholism and the other risks of consuming alcohol, but I think the audience does not take these dangers seriously. They might say that can not happen to me, or you have to drink all of your life...
  • Boswell's London Journal
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    Many literary critics are partial to essay titles with colons. They employ a catchy initial title followed by a more informative subtitle. Notice that the final punctuation comes within the quotation marks that emphasize 'lifelike,' not outside. Periods and commas are formatted in this way; formatting around question marks and exclamation points depends on whether the point is part of the original quotation. The following does not conform to American usage: 'lifelike'. Semi-colons are grammatica...
  • Essay Young
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    Mike Taylor Ms. Kegel 12-02-98 In the essay "Making Single Motherhood Normal", the writer Iris Marion Young uses many strategies to make her piece rhetorically effective. When writing the piece, Young considers many factors such as her audience, the style in which she writes it, the content of her message, and the credibility she wants to display about herself. One aspect of her essay that Young kept the greatest consideration for, was the audience she was trying to reach. She kept this factor i...

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