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3 Basics of Giving a Presentation - Eng.Con.II

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MS Word. Basics of giving oral presentations.

MS Word. Basics of giving oral presentations.

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  • 1. 3 Basics of Giving a Presentation The following are 3 essential keys in which everyone giving a presentation or speech should remember. 1. Structure Each presentation should have 3 parts: i. Introduction – It introduces the main topic of the presentation. It is also used to introduce the audience to the key/main points within the topic. ii. Body – The body will include as many sections as there are key points. For example, if my topic is “My Hobbies” and I will talk about 3 hobbies (key points) then the body will have 3 sections in which I give details about each hobby. iii. Conclusion – This is used to thank the audience for their time, to signal the end of the presentation, and to summarize the key points. Often, the speaker gives an opinion relevant to the topic or poses a “to think

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