___You understand that a community presentation is a live, face-to-face description of your viewpoint to a local group.
___You understand that a community presentation can be done in many formats, such as public speeches, informal talks, town meetings, debates, workshops, or seminars.
You understand the reasons to make community presentations:
___To increase community awareness and understanding
___To increase support
___To encourage community involvement and action
You understand when you should make presentations:
___When community awareness or understanding is low
___When you have new or important information about the issue
___When the community is receptive to such information
___When action needs to be taken quickly
You know how to make community presentations:
___You have decided on the best communication format.
___You know who your audience will be.
___You have recruited the audience members you want.
___You know the presentation setting.
___You have clarified your objectives.
___You have developed an outline.
___You have selected your materials.
___You have practiced.
___You have used your notes.
___You "brought them to their feet!"
___You are prepared for questions.
___You have followed up on your talk.