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  • 1. Presentation Skill
    • Controlling Nervousness
    • Eye Contact
    • Voice, Energy, Emotion
    • Non Verbal Communication
    • Controlling Distractors and Distractions
    • Handling Question
  • 2. An Effective Presenter Control
    • Audience
    • Material
    • Yourself
  • 3. How to Control Nervousness
    • Quality Preparation
    • Mentally
    • Physically
    • Miscellaneous
  • 4. Nervousness happen when
    • Your On the spot (tampil mendadak)
    • The Focus Of Attention (pusat perhatian)
    • You want to do well (ingin terbaik)
  • 5. Eye Contact
    • Disadvantages of Poor Eye Contact
    • Benefits of Effective Eye Contact
    • How T’s of Effective Eye Contact
    • Allow you to Practice
  • 6. Definition
    • Eye Contact is a matter of punctuation. It’s the registration of the idea, a phrase, maybe even single word, during a continuous linking –up the eyes
  • 7.
    • The Eye are the mirror to the soul (Philippines Saying)
    • An Eye can threaten like a loaded and leveled gun; or can insult like hissing and kicking; or in its altered mood by beams of kindness, make the heart dance with joy (Ralph Wildo Emerson)
    • What you speak so loud that I can’t hear what you say (Ralph Wildo Emerson)
  • 8. What Counts Believability
    • Verbal 7%
    • Vocal 38%
    • Visual 55%
    • Total 100%
  • 9.
    • Fear
      • Involvement/Lack of Involvement
      • I want to get through and get out
    • What we do
      • Eye Dart (Focusing on One Person)
      • Looking Up (Overlook)
      • Looking Down
      • Copy Reading
      • Triangle
  • 10. Benefit
    • Reduces nervousness
    • Method to obtain audience feedback
    • Assist in developing people to answer question
    • Compels people to answer question
    • Develop interest
    • You will look more confident
  • 11. How to
    • Three to Five seconds
    • No Pattern
    • Be Natural
    • Watch Blind spot
  • 12. The Three Eye’s
    • Intimacy
    • Intimidation
    • Involvement
  • 13. Techniques for Improvement
    • Look in the mirror
    • Look at things
    • Practice with friend
    • Observe others
    • Have other to give you feedback
  • 14.
    • VOICE
    • ENERGY
    • EMOTION
  • 15. Category of Voice
    • Vocal Characteristics
      • Rate
      • Pitch
      • Volume
      • Quality
    • Additional/Non Words
    • Articulation and Pronunciation
  • 16. Non Verbal
    • Posture/Appearance
    • Body Movement
    • Facial Expression
    • Gestures
  • 17. Posture
    • Shoulder
    • Feet
      • Don’t lean on or get the trapped by tradition or podium
    • Stand tall
      • Stand tall. The different between towering and cowering is totally a matter of inner posture. It’s got nothing to do with height, its cost nothing and its more fun (Malcolm Forbes)
  • 18. Benefit
    • You feel taller and look ore powerful
    • You look more confidence
    • Your movement make eye communication easier
    • Your habit of being forward in the ready position helps you be more psychologically forward
    • Your movement gives variety to the eye of the audience
  • 19. Dress Appearance
    • Be Appropriate
    • Be Conscious
    • Be Smart
    • You never get the second chance to make a good first impression
  • 20. Benefit
    • Your feel confident in how in look
    • You make a positive impression that adds to your effectiveness
    • You don’t have to overcome a negative first impression
  • 21. Facial Expression
    • Smile
      • A powerful nonverbal signal
    • Be honest, can’t fake it
      • Can be extremely negative
    • Facial expressions should match the message
      • He who would have friends, let him show himself to be friendly
  • 22. Gesture
    • Use the hands
    • Can help to put action to your words
    • To paint picture
    • Channel your nervous energy to your hands, arms and body
  • 23. What we do
    • Stern Father (tegap, galak)
    • Parade Rest (tangan dibelakang)
    • Sister of Mercy (tangan dipegang ditengah)
    • Rigid (kaku)
    • Arm Lock (Napoleon) (tangan satu dibelakang)
    • Fig Leaf (tangan menutupi bawah perut)
    • Puppy Begging (tangan terletak didepan)
    • Belt-line (tangan dipinggang)
    • Jagling(memainkan tangan disaku)
    • Unnecessary gestures(gerakan tidak perlu)
  • 24. Disadvantage
    • May appear to be small thing
    • People pickup on it
    • People pay attention to it
    • People catch the nervous energy
    • Find your nervous gesture and stop making it
  • 25. How to do appropriate gesture
    • Get Big
    • You can’t over exaggerate
    • Exaggerate in the mirror
    • Exaggerate on videotape
    • Imitate an expresser
    • Don’t pre-program
  • 26. Benefits of Good Gestures and Smile
    • You are free to express your thought fully
    • You smile and the world smiles with you
    • Your natural energy can be released
    • Your open gestures show your openness and therefore a willingness to listen as well as talk
  • 27.
    • Distracters
      • Presenter
        • Physical
        • Vocal
    • Distractions
      • Anything External
        • Environment
        • Students
        • Miscellaneous
  • 28. Distracters Physical
    • Excessive Movement
    • Nervous Pacing
    • Shifting
    • Poor Eye Contact
    • Improper use of hand
    • Lip licking or lip biting
    • Ring twisting
    • Hanging on the podium
    • Improper Use of Material and Equipment
    • Twirling hair
    • Playing with beads, gold chain and other jewelry
    • Rattling of key or coin in the pocket
    • Crackling knuckles
    • Pushing the bridge of your glasses
    • Drumming your finger
    • Bouncing a pencil on eraser
    • Chopstick spinning
    • Blowing hair out your eyes
    • Popping the top of a magic marker
    • Extended & Retracting a telescoping pointer
  • 29. Distracters Vocal
    • Non Words
    • Monotone voice
    • Speaking too loud or too soft
    • Speaking too fast or too slow
    • Improper use of grammar
    • Use of profanity
  • 30. Distraction Environment
    • Hand phone
    • Scenic
    • Clock sound
    • Side conversation
    • Watching Clock
    • Others sound
  • 31. Distraction Students
    • Audience boredom
    • Someone walks in
    • Someone sleeping
    • Half the audience is sleeping
    • Side conversation(s)
  • 32. Miscellaneous
    • Flipchart
    • Slides
    • Overheads
    • Information Sheets
  • 33. Handling Questions
    • Dispel your fear
    • Be prepared
    • The Transition
    • Begin Question
    • Answering Question
    • Controlling the session
    • Concluding the session
  • 34. Answering Question
    • Remove your eye contact from the person who asked with total the group
    • Direct your answer to the student of the group
    • If it is a multiple part question, answer all part
    • Related your answer to the purpose and key point of your presentation
    • Its your decision whether to answer the question directly or even not to answer the question at all
    • Keep your answer simple and concise
    • When completed the answer, do not look the person who originally asked the question
    • Take all the question

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