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Public Speaking And Presentations

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this is about how to make effective presentations and deliver public talks.

this is about how to make effective presentations and deliver public talks.

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  • 1. Presentations & Public Speaking Introduction
    • To communicate
    • To inform
    • To train
    • To persuade
    • To sell
    I would like to have all my possessions curbed except the power of speech! Daniel Webster What is that which keeps working from our birth, but stops when we stand!
  • 2. Preparation
    • Principles of Preparation: 3 P’s
    • Objectives
    • Audience
    • Venue – facilities etc.
    • Time and Length
    • Approach and Method
    • Structure
    • Prepare Notes for you
    • Rehearsal – Why?
    Most people think indistinctly, so cannot speak with exactness: ! Daniel Webster
  • 3. Equipment
    • The Best Equipment is YOU!
    • Check your self-your working order
    • Projectors, Notebook Computers
    • White Boards etc
    • Handouts
    • Worksheets
    • Distribution
  • 4. Procrastination
    • What is Procrastination?
    • Causes of Procrastination – hesitation,
    • anxiety, failure, or unclear goals
    • Dealing with procrastination
    • Start doing things now, don’t wait!
    • Bifurcate or trifurcate assignments
    • Set priorities and motivate yourself
    • Don’t wait for perfection, just complete it
    • Look for easier work, do it and take the
    • next.
    • Be fluent, not accurate
    • Be Creative! Yes you are! Know thy real
    • self – throw off the mask
  • 5. Delivery
    • Importance of Delivery: intro by heart
    • Audience Rapport: be what you want to
    • audience to be: observe each participant
    • Non-Verbal Communication: don’t make
    • repeated actions and stand
    • Use Active and Dynamic Verbs and
    • sentences
    • Cultural Consideration; Punjabi Taste
    • Pronunciation Pitfalls – be natural
    • Voice Quality: Vary your voice:
    • Intonation, Speed and Pause;
    • hypnotize your audience
    • Visual Aids: 80% Visual, 20 Aural
    • Observe Audience Reaction
    A government Student and English man traffic problem! Keep short sentences
  • 6. Language and Style
    • Simplicity and Clarity: avoid Jargon
    • Signposting or Signaling: first, then,
    • afterwards, Lastly and in conclusion
    Ghalib Shoes and other issues Proper words in proper place make the definition of style! Swift
  • 7. The Presentation
    • Introduction:
    • Introduce yourself, the subject, give an outline of
    • the presentation and order rules for Questions
    • Body
    • Don’t hurry, be enthusiastic, give time on visuals,
    • maintain eye contact, signpost and
    • Remain friendly in difficult questions
    • Conclusion
    • Sum up, give recommendations if important, thanks
    • your audience and invite
    • questions
    • Questions
    • Questions help you interact, you must visualise
    • questions according to content of your presentation
    • and prepare in advance
    Say what you are going to say, say it, then say what you have just said .
  • 8. Questions ?

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