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ning |Read Ch 7 |
|1-30 |Useful Info Presentation Work Day | |
|2-2 |Introductions & Conclusions, Transitions |Read Ch 4 |
| | |Outlines Due |
|2-4 |Delivery |Read Ch 11 |
|2-6 |Useful Information Presentation | |
|2-9 |Useful Information Presentation | |
|2-11 |Useful Information Presentation | |
|2-13 |Useful Information Presentation | |
|2-16 |Review Useful Information Presentations |Read Ch 8 |
| |Assign Explaining Information Speech | |
| |Explanatory Presentations | |
|2-18 |Explanatory Presentations | |
|2-20 |Explaining Information Work Day | View More »

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