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  • 1. Oral Presentation By:S.Naga Laxmi 09RG1A0491 ECE-B
  • 2. What is an Oral Presentation? An oral presentation is generally a speech or vocal performance, occasionally accompanied by visually based presentations such as a slideshow. An oral presentation is where you show your knowledge on a particular subject. You might be able to choose your topic, or maybe you have been given something to research and talk about to audience...
  • 3. Objectives of Oral Presentation Select appropriate points of emphasis in your presentation. Develop a useful level of detail. Choose and prepare appropriate visual aids. Create a tone that is sensitive to your audiences circumstance.Determine Adapt the Gather the Analyze the informatio audience message purpose n
  • 4. Necessities of oralpresentation Preparation and planning Structure of speech and language Visuals Create interest in audience
  • 5. skills required for an OralPresentation? • Come across natural and relaxed. • Be understandable. • Say something useful. • Be memorable.
  • 6. Importance of non-verbalcommunication  Non verbal communication : posture, appearance, listening, eye contact, hand gestures and facial expressions. five main functions of non-verbal communication:  to express emotions 65%  communicate interpersonal relationships  support verbal interaction 35%  reflect personality  perform rituals, such as greetings 10% and goodbyes oral Visual alone Visual & oral
  • 7. Non-verbal communicationFacial expressions gestures
  • 8. Importance of verbalcommunication  Verbal communication includes rate, volume, pitch as well as articulation and pronunciation. Verbal communication also includes sign language and written forms of communication. five main functions of verbal communication:  To impart knowledge.  Clarification.
  • 9. erbal nonverbal communication Verbal communication
  • 10. How to Improve Verbal and Non-verbal Communication  Effective listening  Body language  Intonations  Ex:Record yourself with both a video camera and an audio recorder to see how you communicate non-verbally.
  • 11. How to sell yourself with yourpresentation  Making a good first impression.  Speak professionally  “Polish Up Your Public Speaking Skills in Advance!”  “At all stages of your career you need to sell yourself, your ideas, your value, and your ability”.
  • 12. Conclusion Clarify the Purpose of your Presentation Clearly Define your Audience Research your Topic Organize your Information and Prepare your Message Prepare the Outline of your Message Rehearse your Presentation

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