a. Which of the following is an example of good presentation practice?
b. Taking time to explain your presentation outline
c. Rationalizing difficulties you encountered
d. Giving your audience as much information as possible
e. Speaking quickly to finish your presentation as quickly as possible
Ans: B – Taking time to explain your presentation outline. Good presentations start with an agenda. You want to address challenges in your research honestly without sweeping them under the rug, and you want to provide a manageable amount of information in a clearly spoken delivery so the audience has time to process.