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3MT preparatory workshop Series 1 Session 2 May 8, 2014 Preparation session 2 - venue and technology - appearance - body language - voice, rhythm and pacing - humour – or not? - the slide
3MT preparatory workshop Series 1 Session 2 May 8, 2014 Check where the venue is where you will stand where the audience will be where the slide will be projected The venue 3
3MT preparatory workshop Series 1 Session 2 May 8, 2014 The technology Is the microphone… A bug? Wired or wireless? Wireless hand-held? Static, wired, on a stand? 4
3MT preparatory workshop Series 1 Session 2 May 8, 2014 venue Room no Appearance Katherine Bolton Jamie Flynn Bernadette Drabsch 5
3MT preparatory workshop Series 1 Session 2 May 8, 2014 Appearance Sally HallKymme Laetsch Jason Girkin 6
3MT preparatory workshop Series 1 Session 2 May 8, 2014 Body language Matthew Thompson 3MT winner 2011 Jason Girkin UoN runner up 2013 Kymme Laetsch Kerryn Brent 7
3MT preparatory workshop Series 1 Session 2 May 8, 2014 Your voice Balarka Banerjee Amrita Kapur UNSW
3MT preparatory workshop Series 1 Session 2 May 8, 2014 Humour or not? Alex Piu 9
3MT preparatory workshop Series 1 Session 2 May 8, 2014 The slide 10
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