Public Speaking &  Oral reporting
Tarafder Md. Mehedi Al-MasudLecturerSchool of Business studiesSoutheast University
Md. Ariful Islam       2011210000065Khaza Nazmul Haque     2011210000070Md. Rasel              2011210000072Kazi Shahinur ...
 What is formal speaking? How can you develop a formal speech? what are types of presentation method? what are the con...
Whenever we deliver any speech by maintaining rules and regulation andofficial decorum that is simply called formal speaki...
Selection of the topic The  topic can be selected by  the authority. The topic can be selected by  your own and you must...
 Gather the information needed (libraries, company files, the internet,  interviews.) Conduct research to the get  infor...
   Gain attention in the opening   There are many opening    posibitiies:human,interest   Use appropriate humor.   Quo...
   Organize most speeches by factors as you would a report.   Emphasize transitions between parts   Apply conventional ...
 PresentingExtemporaneously Memorizing ReadingReading: The third presentation method is reading.1. Miss punctuation mar...
    Confidence-gained by     -Preparing well     -Dressing appropriately     -Talking strong    Sincerity    -Try to pro...
 The communication Environment Personal Appearance Posture Walking Facial Expression Gestures
Environment for speaking while making presentation For effective speaking the venue or the place of  delivering the speec...
 Preliminary-   Determine size, characteristics  (education level, sex, age, etc).  -Then adapt. During presentation- Ge...
1. Lack of Pitch Variation2. Lack of Variation in Speaking Speed3. Lack of Vocal Emphasis4. Unpleasant Voice Quality
1. Proper Use of Design2. Types to Consider3. Audience Size, Cost & Ease of Preparation   Considerations4. Techniques in U...
 An  oral report is defined as an oral presentation of  factual information. As with written work, effective technical  ...
Planning is the first steps in preparing oral report. First determine the objective and what must done to  reach it. Nex...
 Speaking  is natural mode of expression. Language and manner of our speech change, with the  change in our audience and...
   Informative   Demonstrative Speeches   Persuasive   Entertaining
 In the preparation of the text for speech there are  certain factor to be concern like:1. Objective of the speech.2. Tex...
 Time  is also an important factor for making a speech  effective. Speaker should have to set a time line for his speech.
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  1. 1. Public Speaking & Oral reporting
  2. 2. Tarafder Md. Mehedi Al-MasudLecturerSchool of Business studiesSoutheast University
  3. 3. Md. Ariful Islam 2011210000065Khaza Nazmul Haque 2011210000070Md. Rasel 2011210000072Kazi Shahinur Rahman 2011210000256
  4. 4.  What is formal speaking? How can you develop a formal speech? what are types of presentation method? what are the consideration for personal aspect? How can analyze your ordinance? Use of voice Use of visuals What is oral report? What is planning oral report?
  5. 5. Whenever we deliver any speech by maintaining rules and regulation andofficial decorum that is simply called formal speakingis natural mode of expression.Speaking is not all a verbal activity.UnderstandableClarityPleasant voiceExpressionPreparationTaking main points to consideration
  6. 6. Selection of the topic The topic can be selected by the authority. The topic can be selected by your own and you must consider before selecting your topic. Your background and knowledge Ordinance interests Occasion of the speech
  7. 7.  Gather the information needed (libraries, company files, the internet, interviews.) Conduct research to the get information. Then organizes the information The usually come first greeting Introduction Body Conclusion
  8. 8.  Gain attention in the opening There are many opening posibitiies:human,interest Use appropriate humor. Quotation, questions and so on. The opening should set up your subject. Tell the subject of your speech. Unless you have reason not to as you must persuade.
  9. 9.  Organize most speeches by factors as you would a report. Emphasize transitions between parts Apply conventional relationships of data (time, place, quantity, factor, combination). Use factors for presenting issues and questions. Connect major points with transitions A restatement of the subject. A summary of the key points developed in the presentation. A statement of the conclusion (or main message).
  10. 10.  PresentingExtemporaneously Memorizing ReadingReading: The third presentation method is reading.1. Miss punctuation marks2. Fumble over words3. Lose our place
  11. 11.  Confidence-gained by -Preparing well -Dressing appropriately -Talking strong Sincerity -Try to project it Thoroughness -scant, hurried presentations are obvious. Friendliness -make genuine
  12. 12.  The communication Environment Personal Appearance Posture Walking Facial Expression Gestures
  13. 13. Environment for speaking while making presentation For effective speaking the venue or the place of delivering the speech plays a very important role . The speaker should must be aware of the following factors:1. Room size where the speech has to deliver.2. Room should well ventilated.3. Determine of seating layout.
  14. 14.  Preliminary- Determine size, characteristics (education level, sex, age, etc). -Then adapt. During presentation- Get feedback (smiles, frowns, blank stares, applause). -Then adjust during speech.
  15. 15. 1. Lack of Pitch Variation2. Lack of Variation in Speaking Speed3. Lack of Vocal Emphasis4. Unpleasant Voice Quality
  16. 16. 1. Proper Use of Design2. Types to Consider3. Audience Size, Cost & Ease of Preparation Considerations4. Techniques in Using Visuals
  17. 17.  An oral report is defined as an oral presentation of factual information. As with written work, effective technical communicators define their audience and objectives for oral presentations.
  18. 18. Planning is the first steps in preparing oral report. First determine the objective and what must done to reach it. Next organize content either the indirect or direct order is all right. But the indirect order is more common.
  19. 19.  Speaking is natural mode of expression. Language and manner of our speech change, with the change in our audience and speaking situation. The matter and the manner both change from one speech activity to another speech activity. Speaking is not all a verbal activity.
  20. 20.  Informative Demonstrative Speeches Persuasive Entertaining
  21. 21.  In the preparation of the text for speech there are certain factor to be concern like:1. Objective of the speech.2. Text should have specific objective.3. After preparing the text we should check whether it meets the objective or not.
  22. 22.  Time is also an important factor for making a speech effective. Speaker should have to set a time line for his speech.

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