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10 Principles for Better Oral Communication

  1. Design a dynamic (forceful, alive, moving) format rather than a static (set, complete, still) one.
  2. Keep your outline clear and simple.
  3. Oral design should be oriented to time rather than space.
  4. Emphasize main ideas by placement and reiteration.
  5. Use carefully worded transitions as you move through the presentation.
  6. Plan carefully for a combination of inductive and deductive movement.
  7. Use language best suited to the ear, not the eye.
  8. Plan the introductory segments carefully.
  9. Plan the closing segments of the design carefully.
  10. Plan the whole design from the audience’s point of view.

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