Ch 30: PLACE Business Education: Business Reporting and Presentations

About This Chapter

After reviewing the videos in this chapter, you'll be better prepared for any questions about business reporting and presentations that may come up on the PLACE Business Education exam.

PLACE Business Education: Business Reporting and Presentations - Chapter Summary

This chapter covers the steps of creating effective and demonstrative business presentations as part of your studies for the PLACE Business Education test. You'll get an overview these topics:

  • Using graphics to add clarity
  • Textual and visual graphics
  • The planning process for creating reports
  • Audience-centered presentations
  • Types of visual aids
  • Techniques for practicing presentations and giving feedback

All our instructors are highly qualified and engaging. Because each video is less than ten minutes long, you get the chance to study just what you need to. You can view each video as often as you like, so there's no risk that you'll miss crucial information or important vocabulary words.

PLACE Business Education: Business Reporting and Presentations Objectives

One of the five subareas in the PLACE Business Education exam is Business Management and Communication. This section could include questions on business reports and presentations. This chapter covers the essential information about business presentations, meaning you'll be prepared for these multiple-choice questions on test day.

On top of providing the information you need, every lesson is accompanied by a quiz. You can preview the types of questions that may appear on the PLACE Business Education exam by taking these quizzes.

5 Lessons in Chapter 30: PLACE Business Education: Business Reporting and Presentations
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Using Visuals to Present Data: Textual Graphics vs. Visual Graphics

1. Using Visuals to Present Data: Textual Graphics vs. Visual Graphics

Textual and visual graphics can aid in visually presenting data to a business audience. You must first identify the type of data you will be presenting and then decide whether it is details, patterns or relationships being communicated.

The Planning Processes for Informational and Analytical Reports

2. The Planning Processes for Informational and Analytical Reports

Informational and analytical reports each have a specific planning process to allow the writer to demonstrate an understanding of a business problem. This lesson explains the differences between the two reports.

Developing an Audience-Centered Presentation

3. Developing an Audience-Centered Presentation

A presenter has to be able to develop an audience-centered presentation to target the wants, needs, motivations and characteristics of the attendees in order for the message to be delivered appropriately.

Types of Visual Aids for Business Presentations

4. Types of Visual Aids for Business Presentations

Visuals aids in business help create memorable key points, evaluate data, and understand complex relationships. There are many different types of visual aids that can be used in business presentations.

Practicing a Presentation: Importance, Techniques & Feedback

5. Practicing a Presentation: Importance, Techniques & Feedback

This lesson will cover the importance and techniques of presentations. You will find out why critical feedback is also necessary to make improvements to the speech.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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