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Panic, Preparation, Practice, and Panache, Part 3



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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 5 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   5.55

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    panache, presentation, format, obsess, observation, accordingly, frequently, interject, listeners, regularly, writing, series, reading, videotape, personality, material


Panic, Preparation, Practice, and Panache, Part 3
By Beth Beutler
  

1     You've got your assignment. You have been researching, observing, and writing out a speech. Now, it is time to practice!
 
2     Practice is important. By practicing, you can find out what is missing and smooth out what you have already prepared. There are several ways to practice effectively. You can practice by yourself, in front of a few people, or even make a videotape of yourself. You might want to practice in a variety of ways. Try several to see which one helps you feel most prepared.
 
3     The first time you practice, just stand up and have some fun. Try going through your topic without any notes at all. See what you already know from your research and observation. Then, decide on what type of notes you do want to have in front of you when the time comes for your presentation.

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