Communication in oral presentation: A Malaysian experience

@article{Mariana2008CommunicationIO,
  title={Communication in oral presentation: A Malaysian experience},
  author={Yosica Mariana},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Professional Communication Conference},
  year={2008},
  pages={1-9}
}
This on-going study analyses Malaysian engineering studentspsila oral presentations in relation to communication competencies during their 20 to 25-week Industrial Training Program. Students from four engineering faculties of two universities in Malaysia participated in this study. They were located at various industries sites in four states. The study adopts a blended approach of engineering oral presentation genre and a competency model in analyzing the data. Six main components, three from… CONTINUE READING

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