Changes between Version 21 and Version 22 of Programme


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Feb 27, 2013, 2:46:36 PM (8 years ago)
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Ben Lippmeier
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    v21 v22  
    3737 4. During the presentation, if the jockey doesn't understand something, or feels the audience doesn't understand, then they should slow down the speaker and ask questions.
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    39  5. If the jockey feels the speaker is presenting something the audience already understands well, or is repeating material, then they should instruct the speaker to skip it. It's much better to spend time on the hard stuff rather than the easy stuff.
     39 5. If the jockey feels the speaker is presenting something the audience already understands well, or is repeating material, then they should instruct the speaker to skip it. It's better to spend time on the hard stuff rather than the easy stuff.
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    4141 6. The jockey should keep track of the time, and ensure the talk runs for a reasonable length. A reasonable length is enough time to convey the key ideas but not so long that the audience gets bored with it. Further discussion can always be taken to the pub, or continued at the next meeting.