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Making an effective presentation - to be embedded in the learning resource for the Trade Honours Program unit: Use advanced features of computer applications

Making an effective presentation - to be embedded in the learning resource for the Trade Honours Program unit: Use advanced features of computer applications

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  • (Slide 1 narration) This slidecast introduces a Trade Honours Program subject: Use advanced features of computer applications. You’ll have to make a PowerPoint presentation about our fictitious company – THP Development - showing how you can manipulate data to influence people.
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  • (Slide 2 narration) [Embedded Youtube video: Tell It Like It Is] Public speaking is everybody’s worst nightmare, and there’s nothing worse than talking to a room full of people about a potentially dry subject. But, if you prepare well beforehand, follow a logical structure, and make some interesting points – they’ll be blown away! Let’s have a look at how we can make this happen.
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  • (Slide 3 narration) What answers can you give your audience b efore they ask their most burning questions? You’ll have to get to know them first! Find out what they need to know.
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  • (Slide 4 narration) Reduce your argument to just a few key points, with no more than one idea to a slide.
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  • (Slide 5 narration) No, it’s not about you. You’re just the presenter.
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    Making an effective presentation Making an effective presentation Presentation Transcript

    • Tell It Like It Is Making an effective presentation
    • Your audience Who are they?
    • Be. Clear. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Water_droplet_blue_bg05.jpg Don’t fit too much in.
    • WiifM??? The first question your audience asks themselves is: What’s in it for ME?
    • Takeaways What will your audience take away from your presentation?
    • Visual http://www.flickr.com/photos/ndevil/3491395689/ Think pictures , not words.
    • Interaction Involve your audience. http://www.flickr.com/photos/elvire-r/2451784799/
    • Body talks http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Dog_Body_Language-_Aggressive_Stalking.JPG Act natural.
    • Let’s start