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  • 1. WHAT MAKES PRESENTATION EFFECTIVE Tatiana MYKHAILENKO, Editor-in-chief, Newspaper English language and culture weekly
  • 2.
    • “ Three things matter in a speech - who says it, how he says it and what he says, and of the three, the latter matters the least.”
    • John Morley,
    • English publisher, bibliographer and politician
  • 3. Main qualities during talk
    • 1. Competence
    • 2. Erudition
    • 3. Enthusiasm and faith
    • “ He who has faith has... an inward reservoir of courage, hope, confidence, calmness, and assuring trust that all will come out well - even though to the world it may appear to come out most badly.”
    •   B. Forbes, founder of the famous magazine
  • 4. AN EXAMPLE OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
    • What do we need to think about
    • when preparing a talk?
    • Structure
    • Collocations
    • Grammar
    • Pronunciation
    • General tips
  • 5. Structure
    • Introduction: greeting, name, position
    • Introduction: theme and organisation of talk
    • Body of presentation (in three parts)
    • Summary of talk
    • Questions
  • 6. Key phrases
    • Thanks for coming to my presentation
    • I’m going to talk to you today
    • First, then, after that, Finally
    • Let me start with
    • Let me add
  • 7.
    • OK, now what about..?
    • Finally, a few words about
    • Well, thanks very much for listening to my talk
    • Are there any questions?
  • 8. Grammar and Pronunciation
    • Tenses
    • How can we improve our speaking?
    • Chunking
    • Stress
    • Intonation
  • 9. What is chunking?
    • Good morning, everyone./
    • Thanks for coming to my presentation. /
    • My name’s Tatiana Mykhailenko. / I’m editor-in-chief of the newspaper English language and culture weekly
  • 10. Phrases for giving a presentation
    • Introduction
    • Good morning/afternoon everyone…
    • My name is…
    • Today I’m going to talk about _____
    • My presentation will cover 3 main points:
    • 1. __________
    • 2. _________
    • 3. __________
  • 11. Transitions
    • Let me begin with my first point______
    • Let’s move to my second point______
    • Let’s focus on my third point _______
  • 12. Conclusion and Closing
    • To sum up, I talked about__________
      • 1. _____
      • 2. _____
      • 3. _____
    • That concludes my presentation.
    • Do you have any questions?
    • I’m sorry we are out of time. Thank you very much.
  • 13. Tips
    • Find out as much as possible about your audience
    • Rehearse your presentation, especially using the equipment
    • Have a back-up plan
  • 14.
    • Think about the first two minutes
    • Be enthusiastic
    • Introduce yourself
    • Start with a joke
  • 15.
    • Keep eye contact
    • Vary the tone/speed/intonation of your voice
    • Use clear visual aids
    • Summarise your main points
    • Be careful what you wear
    • KISS – keep it short and simple
  • 16.
    • “ Educators take something simple and make it complicated. Communicators take something complicated and make it simple.”
    • John C. Maxwell,
    • America’s expert on leadership
  • 17. Now let’s sum up
    • 1. Name three qualities necessary for a presenter.
    • Competence, erudition and faith
    • 2. What do we need to think about
    • when preparing a talk?
    • Structure, collocations, grammar, pronunciation, general tips
  • 18. What is the structure of the talk?
    • Introduction: greeting, name, position
    • Introduction: theme and organisation of talk
    • Body of presentation (in three parts)
    • Summary of talk
    • Questions
  • 19. References
    • 1. Seminars conducted by Jennifer Herrin in 2007
    • 2. Alan McNair ‘Public speaking.” – articles and seminars published in the paper English in 2007-2008
    • 3. David Lewis “How to get your massage across.”
    • 4. The Internet resources
  • 20. Any questions?
  • 21. Thanks for coming! Happy Easter!