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Being a Good
Audience Member
Arrive on time!
If you are late, don’t enter
the room until the speaker
finishes presenting.
Turn off your cell phone!
If you are nervous, try to
keep it to yourself. Don’t tell
others about it. For
nervousness can be
contagious. Think posit...
Give the speaker your
undivided attention!
Don’t talk to your neighbors
during a presentation!
Avoid interrupting the
presenter. Hold comments &
questions until the end.
Nonverbally show the
speaker you are listening!
Applaud for the speaker
when he/she finishes!
If you disagree with the
speaker, communicate this
privately to the speaker
after class. Do NOT do it in
front of the enti...
Take the time to provide the
speaker feedback. Politely
sharing what the speaker
did well and what he/she
needs to improve...
Remember the Golden Rule:
Do unto others as you
would have them do
unto you!
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  1. 1. Being a Good Audience Member
  2. 2. Arrive on time! If you are late, don’t enter the room until the speaker finishes presenting.
  3. 3. Turn off your cell phone!
  4. 4. If you are nervous, try to keep it to yourself. Don’t tell others about it. For nervousness can be contagious. Think positive and take some deep breaths!
  5. 5. Give the speaker your undivided attention!
  6. 6. Don’t talk to your neighbors during a presentation!
  7. 7. Avoid interrupting the presenter. Hold comments & questions until the end.
  8. 8. Nonverbally show the speaker you are listening!
  9. 9. Applaud for the speaker when he/she finishes!
  10. 10. If you disagree with the speaker, communicate this privately to the speaker after class. Do NOT do it in front of the entire class.
  11. 11. Take the time to provide the speaker feedback. Politely sharing what the speaker did well and what he/she needs to improve on can help the speaker deliver a better speech in the future.
  12. 12. Remember the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you!

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