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PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES
By: AASIM $ ANJANA
What is Presentation
A Presentation Is...
A presentation is a means of communication
that can be adapted to various speaki...
The Key Elements of a Presentation
Making a presentation is a way of communicating
your thoughts and ideas to an audience....
For a presentation to be present in a
positive way three things are taken
into consideration.
Purpose
Audience
Logistics
Purpose
means…the reason for which something is done or
created or for which something exists.
So the purpose of presentat...
Audience
An audience is a group of people who participate in
a show or encounter a work of art, literature (in
which they ...
Logistics
Basically logistics means the activity of organizing
the movement, equipment, and accommodation
of troops.
Here ...
Mode of delivery
How you deliver the presentation is the
mode of delivery.
There are four ways to deliver a
presentation:
...
Paralinguistics
Paralinguistics are the aspects of spoken
communication that do not involve words.
These may add emphasis ...
KINESICS: study of human movement and gestures,
includes facial ecpression, dressing sence, posture,
gesture, and eye cont...
Haptics
Haptics is any form of interaction involving
touch. Haptic communication, the means by
which people and other anim...
Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs Used a unique world-class presentation techniques,
he showed us how to deliver an interesting presen...
Presentation techniques
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  1. 1. PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES By: AASIM $ ANJANA
  2. 2. What is Presentation A Presentation Is... A presentation is a means of communication that can be adapted to various speaking situations, such as talking to a group, addressing a meeting or briefing a team. A presentation requires you to get a message across to the listeners and will often contain a 'persuasive‘ or a conveying element.
  3. 3. The Key Elements of a Presentation Making a presentation is a way of communicating your thoughts and ideas to an audience. key components of a presentation: Context Presenter Audience Message Reaction Method Impediments
  4. 4. For a presentation to be present in a positive way three things are taken into consideration. Purpose Audience Logistics
  5. 5. Purpose means…the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists. So the purpose of presentation must be clear through the presentation. PURPOSE of presentation may be To inform To instruct To entertain To inspire/motivate To activate/stimulate To persuade
  6. 6. Audience An audience is a group of people who participate in a show or encounter a work of art, literature (in which they are called "readers"), theatre, music (in which they are called "listeners"), video games (in which they are called "players"), or academics in any medium. Audience play an important role in presentation, as due to them the presentation is being sucessful or a failure. And for the Audience the presentation is being presented.
  7. 7. Logistics Basically logistics means the activity of organizing the movement, equipment, and accommodation of troops. Here it’s the management of each and everything regarding the presentation. Logistics can be categorised into three : Mode of Delivery Paralinguistics Heptics
  8. 8. Mode of delivery How you deliver the presentation is the mode of delivery. There are four ways to deliver a presentation: Memorization Reading Impromptu Extemporaneous
  9. 9. Paralinguistics Paralinguistics are the aspects of spoken communication that do not involve words. These may add emphasis or shades of meaning to what people say. Some definitions limit this to Non-verbal communication that is not words. Classified into: Kinesics Proxemics Chronemics
  10. 10. KINESICS: study of human movement and gestures, includes facial ecpression, dressing sence, posture, gesture, and eye contact. PROXEMICS: study of how far away from people/objects we position ourselves. Every person has a particular space that they keep to themselves when communicating. There are four types of proxemics with different distances depending on the situation and people involved. CHRONEMICS: study of the place of time in communication. The way in which one perceives and values time, structures time, and reacts to time frames communication.
  11. 11. Haptics Haptics is any form of interaction involving touch. Haptic communication, the means by which people and other animals communicate via touching. Touches among humans that can be defined as communication include handshakes, holding hands, kissing These behaviors are referred to as "adapters" or "tells" and may send messages that reveal the intentions or feelings of a communicator and a listener.
  12. 12. Steve Jobs Steve Jobs Used a unique world-class presentation techniques, he showed us how to deliver an interesting presentation as if it is an attractive show. And He was one of the best Presenter. There are 9 secrets that Steve Jobs’s used for his presentation to be a success. 1. Create a Story Behind A Presentation 2. Simple but Visually Powerful Slide 3. Use the Rule of Three 4. Help Your Audience to Understand Statistic and Data 5. Create an Outstanding Surprise Momentum 6. Practice for Perfection 7. Have Fun, Enjoy Your Persentation 8. Show Your Passion 9. Use Powerfull But Easy to Comprehend Words

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