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  1. 1. Good Morning! Presentation By Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation And Skill. The Effective Presentation
  2. 2. General Information: 1. Please set up your phone silent 2. Value the time 3. Starting Session at 8.30 to 9.50am ( Energy Game, Music, Video,…etc.) 4. Break at 9.50 to 10.00am 5. Start Session at 10.00 to 11.30am ( Energy Game, Music, Video,…etc.)
  3. 3. 6. Lunch 12.oo to 1.30pm 7. Start Session at 1.30 to 3.30pm ( Energy Game, Music, Video,…etc.) 8. Break at 3.30 to 3.45pm 9. Start Session at 3.45 to 5.30pm ( Energy Game, Music, Video,…etc.)
  4. 4. +++Methodology+++ 1. Participatory learning Approach 2. Teacher Sharing 3. Group Discussion( Small/Big) & Presentation 1. Reflection & Experience 2. Questions and Answers
  5. 5. +++The Purpose:+++ 1. To improve the Effectiveness of Public Speaking 2. Learning How to Make Public Speaking 3. Learning about the Process Public Speaking 4. Learning about the Important of Public Speaking
  6. 6. 1. Why People Need Public Speaking? 2. Why People Knew the How to Public Speaking? 3. What People Used for Public Speaking? 4. Why Some People Failed in Public Speaking? 5. What are the Benefit of Public Speaking?
  7. 7. +++The Keys of Public Speaking Success:+++ 1. Desire or Passion to Make Public Speaking 2. Understanding the Process of Public Speaking 3. To Improve the Specific Skills 4. Practicing…..Practicing…..&….Practicing 5. Be Patient and Patient
  8. 8. The World Famous Public Speaker
  9. 9. Public Speaking Skill
  10. 10. What is Public Speaking?
  11. 11. Overview of Public Speaking skill: 1.1 Definition of Public Speaking skill 1.2 Importance of Public Speaking skills 1.3 Essential Qualities of a Good Public Speaker
  12. 12. 4 Types of Presentations 1.5 Overall Structure of Presentation
  13. 13. Definition? + Public Speaking skills refer to skills you employ when you make a speech to a group of people, no matter whether the group is large or small. + Therefore, the word “Public Speaking” usually comes together with the term “Public Speech” or “Presentation Skill”. “Public Speaking skills” are also referred to as “Presentation skills” or “public speech skills”.
  14. 14. + Basically, Public Speaking skills are involving skills in the following aspects:
  15. 15. 1- Organizing Content: 2- Using Basic Public Speaking Elements 3- Preparing for delivery 4- Using Visual Aids 5- Interacting with the Audience
  16. 16. +++ Organizing Content: + Setting your speech objective + Analyzing your audience + Structuring your information + Preparing your outline
  17. 17. Using basic Public speaking element: + Verbal: Your content and language + Vocal: Your voice + Physical: Your body
  18. 18. Preparing for delivery: + practicing or rehearsing the speech + Overcoming speech anxiety ( feel confident)
  19. 19.  Using Visual Aids: + Types of visual aids + Making effective power Point slides
  20. 20.  Interacting with the Audience: + handling’s audience questions
  21. 21. 1.2 Importance of presentation skill: + Presentation skills are often overlooked by many people as being unimportant. + They tend to think that they will never be called upon to speak in public.
  22. 22. + That is why they do not bother getting themselves acquainted with any speaking skills.
  23. 23. + When they are faced with the possibility to be asked to present or Make a Speech in public, even a topic they know inside out, they often feel at a loss or get tongue tied.
  24. 24. + The truth is, in a time when communication is highly demanded and valued, there is really no way you can avoid public speaking.
  25. 25. + Regardless of whom you are and what type of job you currently have or plan to have, there is a good chance that one day you will be required to make a speech in public.
  26. 26. + It may be a presentation for your colleagues, clients, or professional counterparts at home and abroad.
  27. 27. +It may be a toast at your best friend’s wedding. It may be a statement at a community meeting or at an international conference.
  28. 28. + Whatever the occasion and purpose, you need to be prepared to do a good job when that time comes.
  29. 29. + Therefore, it is extremely important to learn the skills of making a public speech. You can benefit from it in several ways:
  30. 30. Public Speaking Advances Your Personal Life:
  31. 31. + Whenever a good speech is given, it brings great personal satisfaction and a sense of achievement.
  32. 32. +This help the speaker realize his/ her self-worth and increase his/ her self- confidence towards other things in life.
  33. 33. Public Speaking Advance Your Social Life:
  34. 34. + If you have the ability to effectively communicate your thoughts in front of a group, Your one-on-one Interpersonal Public Speaking skills will invariably improve as well.
  35. 35. + This will benefit you socially, outside of School, University and Career.
  36. 36. Public Speaking Advances Your Professional Life:
  37. 37. + When you are a student in college, you need to do various class presentations over the course of the semester.
  38. 38. + And you will be graded not only on your depth of knowledge on the topic, but also on your ability to make a professional presentation to the class.
  39. 39. + Not knowing how to give a clear and effective presentation will only disadvantage yourself due to the low grade you would likely get.
  40. 40. +When you are at the point of hunting for a job or singing up for a new job, you need to go for an interview.
  41. 41. + During the interview, the interviewers do not just judge you based on your qualifications.
  42. 42. + Your ability to communicate, Both spoken and unspoken, also constitutes a large part of the decision-making process of whether you will be accepted or not.
  43. 43. + Today, today employers consistently rank public speaking And Related Communication skills as one of the top skills they look for in employees.
  44. 44. + There is no doubt that the better public speaking skills and the interrelated communication skills you have, the more quickly you will be able to climb the organization ladder.
  45. 45. 1.3 Essential Qualities of a Good Public Speaker:
  46. 46. + You may have attended many speeches and lectures so far in your life.
  47. 47. + Have you ever thought about this question: Why are some speakers better in getting their messages across while others are not that effective in their oral communication?
  48. 48. + Do good public speakers share some essential qualities?
  49. 49. + What are these essential qualities?
  50. 50. + Good public speaker Tailor Their Speech Content to Their Audience:
  51. 51. + Good public speakers choose topics that meet the needs or interests of their audience.
  52. 52. + With their speeches, they satisfy a need or contribute to their listener’s knowledge bank.
  53. 53. + Good Public Speakers Communicate with Clarity and Conviction:
  54. 54. + Good public speakers use proper words, phrases, voice and gestures To convey information clearly. They also know their subject well.
  55. 55. + They speak in an Affirmative way, providing substantial statements And Strong arguments to make their listeners convinced.
  56. 56. + Good Public Speaker are Logical and Organized:
  57. 57. + Good public speakers Organize Their speech content Clearly.
  58. 58. + The main points and Supporting details of Their speeches are Easily identified.
  59. 59. + A well-organized Presentation can be absorbed With minimal mental Strain.
  60. 60. + Good Public Speakers Project Impressive Image with Voice and Gestures:
  61. 61. + Good public speakers never speak with the same pace, tone, or volume.
  62. 62. + They vary these vocal Elements in order to be Expressive And Emphatic rather than Communicate in a boring Monotone.
  63. 63. + In addition, good public Speakers stay close to their Audience and look at their Audience when they speak. They refer to their speaking notes, but do so only Occasionally.
  64. 64. + They never keep their eyes Rested on the speech texts Or The computer screen. They use gestures a lot to Convey meaning.
  65. 65. +Good Public Speakers Use Visual Aids Effectively:
  66. 66. + Good public speakers use visual aids To make Their message more Comprehensible.
  67. 67. + They use visual aids only to aid the message, rather Than make them be the message.
  68. 68. + That is, they do not get their audience to merely read their message, but help to get the message more easily.
  69. 69. +Good public Speakers Exhibit Poise And Handle Difficult Questions with Ease:
  70. 70. + Good public speakers look confident and Calm with giving their Speeches.
  71. 71. + They never rush to a start and haste to an end. + They also respond intelligently to the audience’s question.
  72. 72. +Good Public Speakers Incorporate Humor- Make Fun:
  73. 73. + Good public Speakers try to create a relaxed Environment for their Audience with Humor.
  74. 74. + The audience enjoys listening to them and never Feels bored and tired.
  75. 75. Additional Behavior of a Good Public Speaker:
  76. 76. + Planning + Active + Proactive + Motivation + Courage + Commitment
  77. 77. + Confident + Open Mind & Heart + Good Communication + Good Relation + Good Behavior + Good Attitude + Good Ward
  78. 78. + Positive Thinking + Creative Thinking + Innovative Thinking + Smart + Flexible + Kindness
  79. 79. + Humble + Up-to-Date + Values the Time + Values the Others + Respectful + High Decision
  80. 80. + Not Discrimination + Patient + Love-full + Peaceful + Not Judgment + Fairness
  81. 81. +Fearless +Responsible + Attractive +Smiling + Influence +Good Health
  82. 82. + Do you have these Essential qualities? If you do not, you Shouldn’t worry.
  83. 83. + Nobody is born to be a Perfect public speaker. However, with a lot of Practice, you can learn These qualities and Become a good public Speaker, too.
  84. 84. 4 Types of Presentations: + When people speak, they always do it for a purpose. people make speeches for three different purposes: = To inform = To persuade
  85. 85. + To make a special occasion No matter when, where and how you make a speech, Your speech will address one of these three general purposes.
  86. 86. Public Speaking or Presentation Skill Can be Classified in to Three Types:
  87. 87. 1.The Informative Presentation: With an informative Presentation, your general Purpose is to convey Information.
  88. 88. + Thus your speech aims to Promote the Audience’s Understanding and Awareness of a topic.
  89. 89. + To do this, you define, Describe, explain, or Demonstrate information about it.
  90. 90. +This following are examples of informative speech topics: + The Forbidden City + Bill Gates + How to Make Chocolate Cakes + Game Theory
  91. 91. + With a persuasive presentation, You Generally purpose is to persuade people.
  92. 92. + Your speech aims to influent the attitudes, beliefs, action of your audience with respect to your topic.
  93. 93. + With a persuasive Presentation, you Generally purpose is to persuade people.
  94. 94. 2. The Persuasive Presentation: + When you try to persuade people, you need to make use of statistics, facts or other evidence to help you.
  95. 95. + Informative speeches, persuasive speeches also increase listener’s knowledge and understanding of topic.
  96. 96. + It seeks to influence or change the listener Behavior or attitude with the information Presented.
  97. 97. + But the primary purpose of a persuasive speech goes beyond giving information.
  98. 98. The following are example of persuasive topics: + Be a Blood Donor + Don’t Skip Breakfast + Green Tea Is Good for Your health + Should College Students Rent apartments off Campus?
  99. 99. 3. Special Occasion Presentations: + Special occasion presentations are also called “ceremonial speeches”.
  100. 100. + They are done on special occasions for purpose of celebrating or commemorating special events, such as a wedding, an anniversary, a retirement party, a graduation ceremony, or an after dinner party, etc.
  101. 101. + special occasion presentations could be either informative or persuasive, or an mix of both.
  102. 102. 1.5 Overall Structure of Presentation: + Before looking at how to give a presentation, it would be necessary and useful for us to visualize the overall structure of a presentation.
  103. 103. + It can help us to be organized when we speak, which, as has been discussed in 1.3, is also an important quality of good public speaker.
  104. 104. + A well- organized presentation usually has three clearly divided: 1. Introduction, 2. body, and 3. conclusion.
  105. 105. + Some speakers would add question and answer session as another important part. + To get a better idea of the overall presentation structure and of what to do in each part, look at the following chart:
  106. 106. Introduction: + welcome the audience + Catch the audience’s interest with an attention getter
  107. 107. + Introduce the topic, purpose, and thesis of the speech + Establish credibility + Preview the main points + Give guideline for questions (optional)
  108. 108. Body: + Present and illustrate main points in a logical order + Use transitional phrases or sentences between main points + Summarize the preceding main point before moving onto the next
  109. 109. Conclusion: + Signal the conclusion + Restate the topic, Purpose and thesis + Summarize the main points
  110. 110. + Provide closing remarks + Leave your audience with Something to think about + Thank your audience
  111. 111. Question and Answer: + Invite questions + Repeat questions to entire audience + Answer questions directly, concisely and clearly
  112. 112. + Check for Satisfaction + Thank Your Audience for their Questions
  113. 113. References: 1. Services Marketing by Lovelock 2. How to develop Self Confidence for Success 3. Habit, a New Practical concept to Success 4. Grammar to Success 5. Advance Practical Leadership and Management
  114. 114. 6. Buddha Teaching 7. The Essence of Services Marketing by Adrian Payne 8. The Marketing Management - An Asian Perspective by Philip Kotler 9. The Principles of Marketing by Philip Kotler 10. The marketing of services by Donal & Cowell
  115. 115. Thank for your attention! E-mail: horhen_sociology@yahoo.com Phone: (855)-77 55 76 76