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Petrushyna, Z. & Loureiro, A. (2012). Presentation Skills. Workshop dinamizado na 8th Joint Summer School on Technology Enhanced Learning 2012 - 24 Maio de 2012, Estoril, Portugal - uma iniciativa da …

Petrushyna, Z. & Loureiro, A. (2012). Presentation Skills. Workshop dinamizado na 8th Joint Summer School on Technology Enhanced Learning 2012 - 24 Maio de 2012, Estoril, Portugal - uma iniciativa da STELLAR Network of Excellence in Technology Enhanced Learning and European Association of Technology Enhanced Learning (EATEL).

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  • 1. Zinayida PetrushynaChair of Computer Science 5 – Databases & Information Systems,RWTH Aachen University, GermanyAna LoureiroDepartment Educative Technologies, School of Education - Polytechnic Institute of SantarémFellow Researcher @ CIDTFF - University of Aveiro8th Joint European Summer School on TELMay 24, 2012, Estoril, Portugal
  • 2.  The beginning :  „when i was in MIT“  allusions of famous people The middle : impress audience with how much data do you have The end : make generalizations The question and answer period : „That is extremely perceptive question which we have, of course, considered but which we discarded for obvious reasons.“Meshnick,Steven R. and Eaton, John W.(1989) „How to give a scientific talk“, The Red Cell.Seventh Ann Arbor Conference
  • 3.  Eye contact Open body language Gestures Usage of tools Pauses Audience „Ask your audience to count 2+2!“ – Billy Wilders7% content - 38% voice - 55% body languageMehrabian, Albert (1971). Silent Messages (1st ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
  • 4. For speakers: Pick up your topic. You have one minute to talk about the factstated in your piece of paper. Start as soon asyou read the statement. Don‘t forget basics ofpresentation skills.For audience: Give feedback.
  • 5.  No passive „Yes, we can!“ Verbs are better Neutral can be seen as negative „we may check this approach“ Short vs. long sentences
  • 6. Appearance – Beginning – Pause – End – Go out Define the scenario (type of an event and the audience) and any topic that you want to present. You have 5 minutes to think about motivation you are going to use in the beginning and take-home message in the end. Your goal is:1. Raise the interest of the audience (Begin)2. Provide your listeners with clear statements (End)Afterwards you do the 2 minutes presentation to the group. Each time beforethe presentation 2 persons are chosen: pro- and contra- persons. After thepresentation they highlight positive and considerately negative parts of thepresentation. Others can add to their comments.
  • 7.  Narrative with historical background Crisis Disapointment/frustration A Possibillity Crossroad ChallengeAtkinson, Cliff(2005). Erzählen statt Aufzählen. Microsoft Press Deutschland
  • 8. Describe the example / use case of your thesisapplying using one of the story types.
  • 9.  Where? Who? What? How?