Managing the transitions between Talk and Silence in the Academic monologue
Analysis of the academic monologue shows that presenters do not talk nonstop for the duration of the presentation - they talk for a bit, pause, and then talk for a bit more. In other words, they divide their monologue into smaller "chunks" or sections of
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