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Presentation reviewpptr

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Presentation reviewpptr

  1. 1. Presentation Skills - Review
  2. 2. Discuss the following questions with a partner.  What do you need to do at the beginning of a presentation?  What are the three main parts of a presentation?  What should you try to do in each part?  What is “signposting”?  How do you speak differently when you are speaking to an audience rather than a group of friends?  What are some language techniques you can use to make your presentation more effective?  What else can you do to make it more effective?
  3. 3.  What do you need to do at the beginning of a presentation?  Greeting  Hook (to grab the audience’s attention)  Main topic  Outline main points  Give instruction about questions
  4. 4.  What are the three main parts of a presentation?  What should you try to do in each part?  Introduction – tell them what you’re going to tell them  Body – tell them (in more detail)  Conclusion – tell them what you’ve told them (summarize)
  5. 5.  What is “signposting”?  “The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs” http://youtu.be/k-zMRPZpvcw?list=PLD5256370F8E2CD15 1:45  Using transition words, or “guideposts” to help your listeners follow your presentation
  6. 6.  How do you speak differently when you are speaking to an audience rather than a group of friends?  Speak more clearly  Pause more often  Use more emphasis
  7. 7.  What are some language techniques you can use to make your presentation more effective?  Use repetition – repeat key words or phrases  Ask rhetorical questions – to get your audience thinking  Use tripling – make groups of three ideas/points  Use pairs of contrasting ideas  Use ‘signposting’ language
  8. 8.  What else can you do to make it more effective?  Make eye contact (with all parts of the audience)  Use gestures (body language)  Smile!  Don’t stand behind the podium - move around!  Vary your intonation (vocal variety)  Stress important words and phrases  Pause for effect  Be enthusiastic!  Practice, practice, practice!
  9. 9. Presentation outlines Using your outline, BRIEFLY tell your partner about your presentation (DON’T go through the whole presentation!) Then give each other feedback:  Is the topic interesting (for this audience)? Why/why not?  Is there enough information for 5-5½ minutes? (But not too much.)  Do you think the hook will grab the audience’s attention? Why/why not?  Is it well-organized?  Is he/she using a visual aid (ONLY ONE!)? Is it interesting and appropriate?  Do you have any suggestions for how to improve the presentation?

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