The Academic Presentation: Situated Talk in Action
How is the task of giving a presentation accomplished? In this insightful book Johanna Rendle-Short unpacks this seemingly simple task to show the complexity that underlies it. Examining the academic presentation as a case in point, she details how semina
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The Presentation as Monologue
Doing the Academic Presentation
2 Presenter orients to audience while walking across the room
4 as the bottle goes up in the aiq
7 4 0 okay 1 0
8c 1 5 second pause
1 we start off up the top here 1 0
5 t T these spaces that were looking at
11 now 1 0 uh Tthe STRUCTURE OF
Interacting with Objects
1 SO 1 0 TWHAT IS A PET BOCKET?
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