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This is the first ever proper powerpoint presentation that i did as part of a job interview for the position of Oral communication advisor at Brunel University, West London....

This is the first ever proper powerpoint presentation that i did as part of a job interview for the position of Oral communication advisor at Brunel University, West London.

I think i have moved on a little from those day... ;)

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    My first proper powerpoint use - Oral advicer My first proper powerpoint use - Oral advicer Presentation Transcript

    • The Characteristics of a Good Oral Presentation Ajmal Sultany
    • The Great Debate
      • Nature VS. Nurture
      Nature & Nurture = GREAT HUMAN POTENTIAL !!!
      • Talk to the audience
      • Less is more
      • Make the take home message persistent – i.e. summary
      • Be logical – Narrative flow
      • Use visuals sparingly but effectively – images
      • Provide acknowledgement
      Characteristics
    • Specifically
      • Language Competence
      • Communication Competence
      1. Purpose 2. Knowing your audience 3. Context (is it an assessment?) BUILDING Rapport with the audience
      • Speech Clarity
      • slow
      • well pronounced
      Building a Rapport Especially important when either the presenter or the audience are using English as second language
      • Language
      • Correct Jargon (if any...)
      • “ Discourse”
      Building a Rapport
      • Language
    • Present ation
      • Dress
      • Tools : Power Point
      • Body language
      Treat the Floor as a Stage
    • Pre paration
      • Research
      • 1. Books
      • 2. Journals
      • 3. Internet
      • Rehearsal
      • Your choice
      Applies for Topic & Presentation Skills
    • Preparation
      • Freeing up your voice
      • - Relax Muscles around voice producing mechanism
      Exercises : Technical help Relaxing - Deep breathing - Tensing and realising
    • Foundation The Internal Mechanism that contribute to a good oral presentation
    • Foundation Motivation Optimism Enjoy Positive Self Image Positive Self Esteem Reflects in Communication of Presentation Better Reality Confidence
    • Foundation You Define Desired Outcome You have Control You have Freedom
    • Men often become what they believe themselves to be. If I believe I cannot do something, it makes me incapable of doing it. When I believe I can I acquire the ability to do it, even if I didn’t have it in the beginning” M. Gandhi
    • SUMMARY
        • Characteristics - Building Rapport
        • Presentation
        • Preparation
        • Internal Power
    • References
      • Levine P., & Tapping G., (2006) Perfect Presentations! Berkshire: Bell and Bain
      • Bourne PE (2007) Ten Simple Rules for Making Good Oral Presentations PLoS Comput Biol 3(4): e77. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.0030077
      • Preston D.L., (2005) 365 steps to self-confidence . Oxford: Howtobooks
      • Donnarumma D., (2008) Presentations to Impress . Brunel University
    • Question & Answer
      • Any Questions
      Don’t be shy....