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How to give a good presentation

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This is the PPT I used for a lesson I gave to my ESL class before their presentation competition. For the lesson plan go to www.highschoolesl.com

This is the PPT I used for a lesson I gave to my ESL class before their presentation competition. For the lesson plan go to www.highschoolesl.com

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    • How to give a good presentation.
    • The biggest problem?
    • “According to most studies, the number one fear of the average person is public speaking. Number two is death. That means if most people had to go to a funeral, they would rather be in the coffin than reading the Eulogies.”
    • Just be confident! • Stand straight. • Smile. • Speak slowly. • Speak loudly. • Use hand gestures.
    • Good (simple) PPT presentations. •Keep the background simple. •Contrasting background and text. •Minimize text. •Use good pictures and graphics. •Use simple traditional fonts.
    • • Alternate speakers with every slide • Practice transitions before the presentation. • Briefly introduce the next presenter. • Speak more than once per presentation. • Assume your team knows when to transition. • Stand in sequential speaking order. Group presentation do’s and don’ts
    • •Communicate transitions nonverbally. •Stand wherever there is room in the venue. •Stand behind a computer when speaking. • Alternate speakers with changes in content. •All of your speaking at the same time. •Step forward from your group when speaking. Group presentation do’s and don’ts
    • Do’s • Do: Alternate speakers with changes in content • Do: All of your speaking at the same time. • Do: Practice transitions before the presentation. • Do: Briefly introduce the next presenter. (3 seconds max) • Do: Stand in sequential speaking order • Do: Step forward from your group when speaking
    • Don’ts • Alternate speakers with every slide • Assume your team knows when to transition. • Communicate transitions nonverbally. • Stand wherever there is room in the venue. • Stand behind a computer when speaking. • Speak more than once per presentation.
    • Steve Jobs
    • Top Tips from Steve Jobs • Passion • Rule of three • Simple slides • Prepare and practice • Avoid reading from notes • Funny • Graphs/diagrams
    • Final points • Dress smartly • Check where you will be presenting • Check all the technology works • Have a plan for if it doesn’t work • Give the people listening lots of compliments, presents etc.