Didactic to Dialog


                    Talking
                       to
                   Teaching




               ...
Objectives

What outcomes will you deliver?

What will success..

  …look like,

  …sound like,

  …and feel like?



    ...
Obstacles

   Presentation is not clear
   Group is confused/unresponsive
   Discussion goes off track
   Time is too ...
Plan

1. Content
     What will you say?

     What will you show?

2. Interaction
     How will you promote discussion...
Content Presentation


1. What will you say?
2. What will you show?




                         Didactic to Dialog
Content Delivery
              Speaker




Slides                           Audience




                        Didactic ...
Content Presentation




                        Audience
Speaker
 Slides




                   Didactic to Dialog
Content Presentation


Your role as speaker is to make sure
everything you say and show is……..
1. RECOGNIZED
2. ORGANIZED
...
Content Presentation


RECOGNIZED:
What does the audience see/hear?
ORGANIZED
What does it mean?
ENERGIZED
Why should they...
Content Structure
                                    Introduction
                                (Story + Key Points)
  ...
Slide Presentation



         Slide                          Next Slide

   1. What do we see?                1. What do ...
Presentation




                    Audience
Speaker
 Slides




                Didactic to Dialog
Interaction




Speaker               Audience
 Slides




                Didactic to Dialog
Promoting Interaction


   Talk to people, not slides
   Talk to individuals, not groups
   Focus and Finish
   Ask Qu...
Promoting Interaction - Questions

    Ask, don’t tell

   Ask early and often
   Start with the easy ones
   Closed q...
Problems


Time Management
 Discussion will take longer than you
  think, especially with larger groups
 Follow your age...
Remember!

 Plan what you can, anticipate what you cannot
 To move a group, connect to individuals
 Ask, don’t tell
 L...
Hillside Communications
www.hillsidecommunications.com
SPEAKER SUPPORT:
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Whats Your Point Why Should I Care

  1. 1. Didactic to Dialog Talking to Teaching Hillside Communications www.hillsidecommunications.com
  2. 2. Objectives What outcomes will you deliver? What will success.. …look like, …sound like, …and feel like? Didactic to Dialog
  3. 3. Obstacles  Presentation is not clear  Group is confused/unresponsive  Discussion goes off track  Time is too short  Personalities are problematic Didactic to Dialog
  4. 4. Plan 1. Content  What will you say?  What will you show? 2. Interaction  How will you promote discussion? 3. Problems  What could go wrong? Didactic to Dialog
  5. 5. Content Presentation 1. What will you say? 2. What will you show? Didactic to Dialog
  6. 6. Content Delivery Speaker Slides Audience Didactic to Dialog
  7. 7. Content Presentation Audience Speaker Slides Didactic to Dialog
  8. 8. Content Presentation Your role as speaker is to make sure everything you say and show is…….. 1. RECOGNIZED 2. ORGANIZED 3. ENERGIZED Didactic to Dialog
  9. 9. Content Presentation RECOGNIZED: What does the audience see/hear? ORGANIZED What does it mean? ENERGIZED Why should they care? Didactic to Dialog
  10. 10. Content Structure Introduction (Story + Key Points) 5 minutes Key Point One Key Point Two Key Point Three 15 minutes 15 minutes 15 minutes KP 1 KP 1 KP 1 KP 2 KP 2 KP 2 KP 3 KP 3 KP 3 Slide 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 Didactic to Dialog
  11. 11. Slide Presentation Slide Next Slide 1. What do we see? 1. What do we see? 2. What does it mean? 2. What does it mean? 3. Transition to next slide 3. Transition to next slide, etc. 4. Advance Slide 4. Advance Slide Didactic to Dialog
  12. 12. Presentation Audience Speaker Slides Didactic to Dialog
  13. 13. Interaction Speaker Audience Slides Didactic to Dialog
  14. 14. Promoting Interaction  Talk to people, not slides  Talk to individuals, not groups  Focus and Finish  Ask Questions Didactic to Dialog
  15. 15. Promoting Interaction - Questions Ask, don’t tell   Ask early and often  Start with the easy ones  Closed questions first, open-ended later  Listen carefully  Use what you learn later Didactic to Dialog
  16. 16. Problems Time Management  Discussion will take longer than you think, especially with larger groups  Follow your agenda  Time is always the best reason for actively managing the discussion Didactic to Dialog
  17. 17. Remember!  Plan what you can, anticipate what you cannot  To move a group, connect to individuals  Ask, don’t tell  Listen Didactic to Dialog
  18. 18. Hillside Communications www.hillsidecommunications.com SPEAKER SUPPORT: Username: hillcomm Password: ssresources07 chris@hillsidecommunications.com

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