Team c; w5; oral presbestprac; 08.16.11 Copyright 2013 Edward F. T. Charfauros. Reference, www.YourBlogorResume.net.

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Team c; w5; oral presbestprac; 08.16.11 Copyright 2013 Edward F. T. Charfauros. Reference, www.YourBlogorResume.net.

  1. 1. Presentation By Celine Israel, Conrad Pereira, Edward Charfauros, Kodi Womack, and Tawnya Tanudra Oral Presentation Best Practices
  2. 2. • Introduction • Planning • Composing • Editing • Organization • Errors • Readability & Clarity • Rehearsing • Presenting • Summary • References • Questions and Answers AGENDA
  3. 3. Purpose is to assist you in developing effective presentations using visual aids, your good public speaking skills, and work in-hand to create your best presentations. Introduction
  4. 4. • Brainstorm • Ideas on best practices for oral presentation • Collaborative effort of entire team • Delegate equal responsibility to team members • Purpose • Inform audience of a successful process • Determine audience • Instructor and peers of COM/285 course at University of Phoenix PLANNING
  5. 5. • Research and Information Gathering • Credible sources, reserve readings, and course materials. • Outline Preparation PLANNING
  6. 6. • Time • Preparation time: 1 week • Practice time: 1-2 hours at scheduled team meeting • Presentation time: 20-30 minutes in during Week 5 workshop • Equipment • Computer/Laptop with Internet access • Projection screen • Laser pointer PLANNING
  7. 7. • Slide Structure and Layout • Design • Audio Aids • Visual Aids Composing
  8. 8. • Accuracy: • Relevant information • Double check for completion Editing
  9. 9. • Matching slides to outline • Relevance of data • Eliminate clutter Organization
  10. 10. • Check spelling • Check grammar • Proper citations Errors
  11. 11. • Uniform slide transitions • Easy to read & understand • No distractions • Short bullet points • Understandable for audience Readability & Clarity
  12. 12. Rehearsing • Integrate PowerPoint with oral presentation • Practice or Rehearse • Present • Focus on your audience
  13. 13. Rehearsing • Organize transitions between each person • Organize the order of the presentation • Rehearse and Practice • Integrate audience interaction • Practice timing • maximum of 2 minutes per slide • 3 slides per person
  14. 14. • Dress attire • Conservative business attire • Men: collared shirt, slacks, and appropriate footwear • Women: blouse, slacks/skirt, and appropriate footwear • Tone and Pitch • Speak loudly, clearly, and slowly enough for the audience to understand • Keep the audience’s attention Presenting
  15. 15. • Position • Strong posture, directly face the audience • Avoid standing in the way of the audience’s view of the projection screen • Avoid unnecessary movement- position of the team should be in the order they will present • Body Language • Make eye contact with every person in the audience • Use gestures (or laser pointer) to guide the audience and emphasize important points Presenting
  16. 16. • Take care not to stand in the way of your own slides • Use the mouse pointer, a stick pointer, or a laser pointer • Darken the screen when no visuals are relevant • Ensure all equipment are properly operational • Maintain eye contact with at least a few people • Refer to time as an organizational tool • Use physical gestures sparingly and intentional • Minimize the amount of walking necessary • Avoid clichés, slang, and colloquialisms • Be animated and enthusiastic SUMMARY
  17. 17. • Locker, K. O., & Kienzler, D. S. (2008). Business and administrative communication (8th ed.). Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill. reference
  18. 18. Questions Answers and

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