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  • Presentation Skills Presented by Amna Naveed
  • CONTENTS 1. Planning and Preparation 2. Structure of Presentation  Introduction  Body  Conclusion 3. Presentation  Body Language 4. Sample Presentations 5. Observation Skills 6. Conclusion
  • 1. PLANNING AND PREPARATION W’s & H Questions to ask yourself:       What is the aim? What is the topic of my presentation? Who am I speaking to? What are the main points I want to make? How to convince the audience of my point of view? What do I want my listeners to do after listening to my presentation?
  • 2. Structure of Presentation i. Introduction  Greet your audience  Introduce yourself  Introduce your topic  Give a brief overview of your presentation
  • ii. Discussion Or Body        Content. Quantity Sequencing your ideas. Keeping the audience's attention Signposting or signaling where you are. Visual aid Graphs
  • iii. Conclusion     Reminder of what is said Conclusion Thanks Invite for questions
  • Presentation Your BODY SPEAKS even when you are quiet.
  • Body Language        Appearance Facial expressions Eye contact Posture and Movement Gestures Voice and Vocal Quality Non-Words
  • Appearance It says more about you than you think.  Dressing  Hair cut
  • Facial Expressions Face makes the things obvious even if you are hiding.         Happiness Sadness Surprise Fear Anger Interest Boredom Nervousness
  • Eye Contact Eyes reflect your soul The importance of eye contact: It helps to  maintain interest  gain attention Eye Dart It shows:  Nervousness  Regret
  • Posture and Movement How you hold yourself physically can reflect how you hold yourself mentally.    Stand tall as it shows self esteem and confidence. Move to gain attention. Move hands to explain or describe something.
  • Gestures Substitute of words Gestures are used to:  Emphasize  Point out  Describe  O.k.  No  Wait  Come here  Keep on  Well-done
  • Gestures Say it all without speaking
  • Voice and Vocal Variety It is like a vehicle. A noisy old car or a finely tuned automobile. Voice gives extra life to your message Check:  Pitch  Speed  Volume  Vocal Quality  Pronunciation
  • Non-Words Barriers to clear communication Eliminate:      Umm’s Aaa You know Well Ok Add:  Pauses
  • CONCLUSION  Well- structured  Well-prepared  Well-presented