Four Approaches for Developing a Presentation

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There are four approaches for developing a presentation which are: a speech and lecture, a workshop, a discussion, and a group activity. These four approaches are known as public speaking when they are presented to a group of people. In a presentation, these four approaches should each include all three elements of the rhetorical triangle and they need to connect, or else even if one element is missing the presentation will fail (AIU Online, 2010). A speech or lecture is when the speaker is talking to a large crowd about a particular topic. In a speech or lecture, the speaker is delivering information that is important for the audience to hear, and then the audience is given a chance to ask questions about the topic presented. When the speaker is giving a speech or lecture, they generally have a specific purpose or reason for giving the speech or lecture on the topic being presented. The location of a speech or lecture would be in an auditorium or a conference room. If there is not an auditorium or conference room, then another room would be designated for giving the speech or lecture such as an office. A workshop is when the speaker is talking to a group of people in order to show and teach them how to do a particular project. The speaker would present the information step by step in how the project should be done, and then the audience would be given an opportunity to perform some of the steps of the project and/or to ask questions if they do not understand how to do a particular part of the project. When the speaker is giving a workshop as a presentation, they have a specific purpose or reason for giving the workshop, which is usually to show the audience how to do a particular project. The location of a workshop would be in a classroom, a store or shop, or even in a workshop room where all of the supplies needed for projects are kept. A discussion is when there is a problem that needs to be addressed or when there is a subject that should be brought to the...
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