2A. Let's examine the first part of an oral presentation, the introduction.
By means of the introduction, the instructor sets the stage for his
The introduction will vary in length, depending on the nature
of the subject and the teaching situation. The introduction must accomplish
three essential actions:
it must establish contact between the instructor
and his class, arouse student interest in the subject, and disclose the scope
and objectives of the subject. The purposes of an introduction are:
43A. Can you recall the adage contained in the first frame, "Tell 'em what
you're gonna tell 'em, tell 'em, and tell 'em what you told 'em?" So far we
have discussed the first two tell-'ems, the introduction and the explanation.
Let's move on to the next phase of an oral presentation, which is "tell 'em
what you've told 'em." This final part of an oral presentation we call the