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  • 1. Introduction ●There are many good references regarding how to give an effective talk that is, a technical, whether at a conference, presentation, whether at a conference to, your research group, or as an invited speaker at another university or research laboratory.
  • 2. The Content ●The goal of a talk is similar to clarity and understanding. ●When you give a talk, ask yourself, “What are the key points that my audience should take away form the talk?” ● Do not try to do too much in a talk.
  • 3. The Slides ● Use descriptive slide titles. Do not use the same title on multiple slides. ● The last slide should be a contributions or concludes slide, reminding the audience of the take-home message of the talk. ● Start your talk with motivation and examples and have lots of motivations and examples throughout .
  • 4. The Slides 2 ● Don't put too much text on a slide. ● Keep fonts large and easy to read from the back of the room. ● Make effective use of figures and color.
  • 5. The Presentation ● When giving a presentation, you never point at your laptop screen and you cannot see the audience. ● You make eye contact with the audience. ● Being animated is good, but you don't go your pace. ● If you get flustered, you mustn't panic. ● The typical dress code is “ Business style.”
  • 6. Answering Questions ● When you asked questions from the audience, answering questions are very hard. ● Just as you practice a talk, practice answering question. ● When an audience ask a question, it is a good idea to repeat the question. ● You say to answer question with “no” or “I don't know.” You will get the trouble if you try blather on and to make up an answer on the fly.
  • 7. Practice talks ● You should practice your presentation talk before starting your presentation in front of the audience. ● It is important for you speak loud voice and the important points clearly say. ● If you speak in a large group, mane people won't bother to speak up. ● You see the feedback the audience of member to own opinion and observations.
  • 8. Concluding ● Slides are easy to write. ● If you are talking your presentation, your voice volume is loudly and presentations of contents are clearly speaking. ● If your presentation has important things, you use color, table, and graph. ● Before stating presentation, you should practice talk your presentation.

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