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Getting Started
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de nitely save you time in your information search. Many colleges and universities have subject specialist librarians who assist students and faculty in speci c topic areas. Most communities have libraries, and many are associated with a large system of libraries. Even some professional organizations include library research support. These professionals can save you many steps along your path to knowledge and information. These tips should help you along the road to research . . . and hopefully will help you avoid a few dead ends. Bon voyage!
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1. Which resources would provide the most accurate information on the beaches of Florida s gulf coast (a) Internet and library (b) Personal story and Internet (c) Library and interviews (d) Any of the above 2. Which step is not necessary when conducting an interview (a) Schedule in advance. (b) Thank the person you interview. (c) Record the interview, rather than taking notes. (d) Send an appropriate written thank-you note. 3. What are facts (a) Objective information that does not change (b) True information that can be proven by an objective source (c) The source of rumors (d) Statements that are easy to verify
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4. To gather information, how should you start your research (a) On the Internet (b) With historical data (c) With the most current information (d) From speci c information to more general 5. Which description is true of statistics (a) Numerical data compiled in a way that makes the data meaningful (b) Always accurate (c) Easy to verify (d) Dif cult to manipulate
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PART TWO
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PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER
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Putting the Pieces in Order
What an interesting surgery! We found this little cyst on your daughter s hip. I ve read about them, but I ve never seen one before. It was tiny, and it looked just like I had thought this unusual cyst would look. It s perfectly harmless, but we removed it, and everything went great with the procedure. She s ne, and the prognosis is very good. If you were this toddler s parents, how would you be feeling after getting the doctor s news These parents were really shaken by the discovery of the cyst. They barely heard that it was harmless and the scheduled surgery went well. The doctor made a major blunder when he didn t start his report by saying, Everything went very well, and she s going to be just ne. This example demonstrates just how important it is to sequence your information thoughtfully so that you leave your listeners with the message you intended to convey. In the rst chapter, I gave you the tip to get started by brainstorming a list of ideas as soon as you nd out that you have to give a talk. Once you ve created that
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list, you ll see how some natural groupings will come together. As you look at the different groups of ideas, you can organize your points into patterns and then create an outline. Your goal in choosing an organizational pattern is to help the audience make the most sense out of your material. These are the most widely used organizational patterns: Chronological Spatial Topical Cause and effect Problem-solution Value Bottom line up front (BLUF) Symposium
Chronological Pattern
A chronological pattern organizes information in time sequence. Children s fairy tales begin with Once upon a time . . . and progress to . . . and they lived happily ever after. Those stories were almost always written in a chronological pattern. So are demonstrations, which are given in step-by-step order, and presentations that ask us to look at the past, present, and future. Directions, assembly instructions, and biographies are presented chronologically. Sometimes a movie or storyteller will use the ashback technique, in which a story bounces through different points in time. In a verbal presentation, this can be confusing to the listeners, so use ashbacks with care. Examples: Topics You Might Organize Chronologically How to develop a work breakdown structure for your project History of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Biography of Barack Obama Best method to roast a Thanksgiving turkey Origins of the iPod
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