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    The art and practice of effective presentations The art and practice of effective presentations Presentation Transcript

    • THE ART AND PRACTICE OF EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS 3A Rowan E Wagner Language Services Direct
    • SESSION OVERVIEW Housekeeping Make-up presentations Informative presentation Invention Arrangement Style Memory Delivery Questions References/Sources
    • INFORMATIVE PRESENTATION The nature of an informative presentation is a presentation that is designed and delivered to inform or educate. Its elements are often found in teaching It is more complex than an impromptu presentation or speech
    • INVENTION Topic, must be graded to the level of your audiences background knowledge, level of language and interest You need to think and include key ideas that can be covered in the time allowed Content is more about knowledge or information than about argumentation
    • ARRANGEMENT Need to have a logical organization that audience can following along with relative ease More complex than impromptu as it may contain more than two key points and the claims often contain more detail than supporting evidence
    • STYLE Speaking an accessible manner Jargon or technical terms that may have to be defined Using metaphors or verbal imaging that could be used to explain the main ideas or concepts
    • MEMORY Should not need to many notes, but if needed should be organized and included in a manner that should not detract from flow of the presentation or the enthusiasm or projection of expertise
    • DELIVERY Need to deliver it smoothly Balance relation of credibility and level or interest
    • QUESTIONS
    • REFERENCES/SOURCES Presenting an Effective Message – MDT Training; available at www.bookboon.com