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How do you think presenting information differs from writing a paper on that same information?
presenting involves having proper equipments and involves vocal aspects while writing doesn't.
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How do you think presenting information differs from writing a paper on that same information?
Weegy: Material that is presented orally tends to be more conversational than infromation that will be read. It lends itself to more voice inflection than written material. Shorter, simpler sentences work best when presenting orally. (More)
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How do you think presenting information differs from writing a paper on that same information?
Weegy: Information being presented in person holds more weight and accountability than when it is written. The interaction with a person about information gives the listeners a chance to see the speakers actions and to ask questions. [ When you're talking in real life, you will be judged by your appearance and presentation skills, rather than the words. However, it can make it more clear, and you can ask the person questions - you can't ask some paper questions ] (More)
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