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This is a presentation promoting my book and the curriculum that I developed for teaching the experimental course "Presentation Skills" in South Carolina High School classes. You can find the website ...

This is a presentation promoting my book and the curriculum that I developed for teaching the experimental course "Presentation Skills" in South Carolina High School classes. You can find the website at www.teachingpresentationskills.com

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    Teaching Presentation Skills for the Classroom Teaching Presentation Skills for the Classroom Presentation Transcript

      • “ the ability to successfully present may be one of the most important tools an individual can have today ”
      • John Fallon
      • America’s #1 authority in “Presentication--- the art of performance based presentation skills in education
      • Good Presenter’s aren’t born…
      • They’re made
      • “ Why should one develop formidable presentation skills?”
      • the ability to communicate is essential for success in the world
      • lack of presentation skills can derail career advancement
      • “ How is a presentation different from everyday public speaking?”
      • a presentation is an exercise in persuasion
      • influences an attitude, opinion or course of action
      • “ Does the business sector really require their employees to be able to communicate and present their ideas to others?”
      • Whirlpool hiring / interview requirements
      • OPCC… Chambers of Commerce in SC
      • “ How will improved Presentation Skills help students now?”
      • History Day
      • Science Fair
      • Entrepreneurship competitions
      • Classroom presentations
      • When teaching Presentation Skills, students learn…
      • The Who’s
      • The What’s
      • The How’s
      • Understand Yourself
      • Understand your “Act”
      • Know Your Audience
      • Know the Culture
      • Know the Context
      • Know your Audience’s “State of Change”
      • Know what will be relevant to them
      • Study the Psychographics and Demographics
      The Who’s…
      • The Purpose
      • The Hook
      • The Content / Information
      • The Organizational Structure
      • The Call to Action
      • Q & A’s
      The What’s…
      • Visual Support
      • Attitude
      • Technique
      • Verbal Communication
      • Metaphor’s, Analogies, and Stories
      • Humor
      • Your Voice
      • Non Verbal Communication
      • Your Place of Power
      • Gestures
      • Facial Expressions
      • Eye Contact
      • Involuntary Habits
      • Dress And Appearance
      The How’s…
      • From assigned readings, a variety of approaches, professional “modeling” and numerous opportunities to present, students can produce:
      • Polished Professional Presentations
      • with Professional Support PowerPoints
      • Extemporaneous Speaking Skills
      • Succinct Elevator Speeches
    • VS.
      • “ Teaching Presentation Skills” will enable you and your students to learn and utilize the techniques of accomplished, professional speakers, and will allow you to make sequential strides toward becoming highly successful presenters.
      • This is fantastic! What an incredible gift you are giving your students. We work with clients ranging from Fortune 500 executives all the way down to small business start-ups and these very senior people so often lack much awareness to the challenges they have as communicators. And most would tell you they wish they had exposure to these important presentation principles much earlier in their life. Be very proud of the work you've done here. One thing is for sure - your students will be presenting the rest of their lives and those who communicate with a greater level of confidence and believability will bubble to the top of every organization they're in. I can't think of a better way to prepare them for life. I applaud your efforts.
      • Jim Endicott, CEO Distinction Services
    • Anthony Robbins Al Gore Donald Trump
      • About themselves and their audience
      • The “Physicals” of Presenting via 9 Presentations
      • Learn by “Modeling” Professionals via Video Viewings
      • Storytelling Activities
      • Elevator Pitch creation
      • Extemporaneous Speaking opportunities
      • Etiquette and Professionalism
      • Body Language
      Students learn the first nine weeks…
      • Creation of Slide Masters and Templates
      • Using Autoshapes
      • Working With Drawing Tools
      • Text, Fonts and Word Art
      • Hyperlinking
      • Image Manipulation
      • Creating Effective Charts and Diagrams
      • Using Animations and Builds for Guided Learning
      • Incorporating Audio
      • Learn Techniques of Layout via “Deconstruction and Re-Creation”
      Students learn the second nine weeks…
      • The Communication / Presentation Program
      • Resources for Instruction
      • Description of Resource Uses
      • Review of Resource
      • 45 Days of Lesson Plans (Level One – One Semester)
      • Course Syllabus
      • Standards Used
      • 75+ Tips
      • Internet links to all resources
      • EVersion of the book
      • Presentation Lesson Prompts
      • Evaluations / Rubrics
      • PPT Files for student use
      • PPT add-ons
      • Doc / PDF handouts
      • Links to online articles
      • Free programs for students
      • Access to over 180 resources
      What’s in the book and on the CD…
      • What you can do…
      • Purchase today via our website at:
      • www.teachingpresentationskills.com
      • “ Teaching Presentation Skills” will enable you and your students to learn and utilize the techniques of accomplished, professional speakers, and will allow you to make sequential strides toward becoming highly successful presenters.
      • Help your students learn the techniques that will separate them from the rest.
      Make highly successful presenters!