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It is the presentation about how to do presentation.

It is the presentation about how to do presentation.


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  • 1. Presentation Skills Archita Shah Roll no:130210107050 C.E GEC,Bhavnagar
  • 2. Presentation Skills Outline Planning Preparation Practice Performance Questions
  • 3. Planning  Who are you talking to?- the audience  Why are you talking to them?-the purpose Where and when will you making the presentation?-the context
  • 4. Preparation  Outline and sketch slides  Prepare slides  Research for the context  Decide the strategy  Know your audience  Place and time
  • 5. Preparation - Outline 1 - 2 minutes per slide Generic 15 min Conference Presentation Title Slide (1) Title, author, affiliation, acknowledgements Rationale (1-2) Why this is interesting Methods (1-2) What you did Results (2-4) What did you find and what does it mean Summary (1) One thing you want them to remember
  • 6. 2 to 2.5 mins--- opening/beginning 20 to 21 mins--- middle section 2 to 3 mins --- closing/end 5 mins --- questions Structuring the presentation
  • 7. Preparation - Slides Use Images & Graphics Minimise text & numbers
  • 8. Preparation - Slides Use Images & Graphics Minimise text & numbers Light text on dark background
  • 9. Preparation - Slides Use Images & Graphics Minimise text & numbers Light text on dark background Avoid distracting backgrounds
  • 10. Preparation - Slides Use Images & Graphics Minimise text & numbers Light text on dark background Avoid distracting backgrounds Use large sans serif fonts Helvetica or Arial rather than serif fonts like Times 24 pt is minimum, 32 pt, or even 36 pt is better
  • 11. Preparation - Slides Use Images & Graphics Minimise text & numbers Light text on dark background Avoid distracting backgrounds Use large sans serif fonts Mix upper and lower case ALL CAPITALS IS HARDER TO READ, ALTHOUGH IT MIGHT BE OK FOR THE ODD TITLE
  • 12. Preparation - Slides Use Images & Graphics Minimise text & numbers Light text on dark background Avoid distracting backgrounds Use large sans serif fonts Mix upper and lower case Use colour to highlight text Use high contrast colours for important lines, symbols or text, and lower contrast colours for less important lines, symbols or text. But use a small number of colours
  • 13. Preparation - Slides Use Images & Graphics Minimise text & numbers Light text on dark background Avoid distracting backgrounds Use large sans serif fonts Mixture upper and lower case Use colour to highlight text Keep figures simple
  • 14. Preparation - Slides Use Images & Graphics Minimise text & numbers Light text on dark background Avoid distracting backgrounds Use large sans serif fonts Mixture upper and lower case Use colour to highlight text Keep figures simple Thick lines and large symbols
  • 15. Preparation - Slides Use Images & Graphics Minimise text & numbers Light text on dark background Avoid distracting backgrounds Use large sans serif fonts Mixture upper and lower case Use colour to highlight text Keep figures simple Thick lines and large symbols Progressive disclosure
  • 16. Performance Don’t Apologise Speak loudly & clearly Use short simple sentences Overcoming stage fright The power of your voice
  • 17. Performance Avoid distracting mannerisms Relax, be enthusiastic Make eye contact Keep an eye on the time remaining Appearance and body language
  • 18. Performance Explain figures, and point to important aspects Give a clear and concise summary, then stop. Don’t go overtime. Ever.
  • 19. Barriers  Speaking too fast  Using jargon  Tone and content  Complicated or ambiguous language  Not questioning  Physical State of the audience
  • 20. Summary Like most things, the best way to learn is to do
  • 21. Thank you