How to give a power presentation BY: Franco A Valencia
Powerful Presentation When giving a presentation the instructor needs A good attitude Great carisma Trying to have fun while teaching Having necessary tools like audio and video. presenting with the right tools and right attitude there is a positive outcome Here are some examples.
Positive attitude When an instructor is exited about a subject they have fun presenting their topic and students most often do better because of the instructor great attitude. Having fun and having great attitude is a key way of having a class learn.
Audio Audio is a way to give a powerful presentation Audio describes the sounds Audiocassettes CD IPod MP3 Players Audio is a great way to get to the students if can’t be describe let them hear it and they will know, sounds, music can go very far in students minds.
Learning with audio Listing to earphones for better pronunciation skills When reading a book having the sound of someone else read so your reading skill can improve. Also something as simple as having a group discussion help you hear something that will make sense from someone else
Visual There are projective visual Overhead projector Television Digital projection There is physical visual Real objects Chalkboard Models
Learning with visual Having a digital projector and learning by seeing. Learning on the chalkboard by sounding out a word by reading and having the example read out to you When instructor show a video and learning from the film and learning by view the visual Video can be a a very powerful tool, video captured in real life can be played back and watch in slow motion and/or be speed up.
Powerful presentation Having a positive attitude Multimedia This are some very important tools to have when presenting a presentation Having this tools and right information gives a powerful presentation here are more examples http://smallbusiness.chron.com/multimedia-presentation-tips-3138.html
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