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how do you think presenting information differs from writing a paper about that information
for me its better to present information in writing as you can have alot of ideas may come to your mind. having grammar difficulties can be studied. If you have guts and not frightened in face to face that would be better.
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how do you think presenting information differs from writing a paper about that information
Weegy: The last stage of any research project is your presentation of the information you have found. There are many ways to do this—you could give an oral presentation, write a formal research paper, or post your work on the Web. [ In order to decide what format to use, you’ll should to consider the following things. Your Audience and Purpose Before you present your information, you need to think about your audience —the people who will read or hear your work. Who are your readers or listeners? Keep their language level in mind, as well as their knowledge of your subject. For example, an oral presentation for a class of third graders would be different from an oral presentation for a class of your peers. You also need to identify your purpose, the reason why you are presenting your research. People write for different reasons: to inform or explain, to entertain, to persuade, or to express an opinion. In most cases, people write for more than one reason. Think about your purpose while you are researching your information. Then you can plan what you need and don’t need to communicate to your audience. For example, if your purpose is to inform students about the views of two political parties, you might not want to express your opinion about which view is better. Consider Your Style Now that you’ve thought about why you are writing and who will be reading your work, you can focus on the style of your presentation. Your style is the way you choose to express yourself. Writing style has of three major elements: Sentence variety: When you write, you need to use a variety of sentence types. An paper full of short, choppy sentences would not be interesting to read. Vary your sentences to create an interesting rhythm and to emphasize your different points. Diction: Diction refers to the words you choose to use in your writing. Thinking about your audience and purpose can help you figure out what kinds of words to use when presenting your information. Tone: Tone ... (More)
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