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Presentation: what, why, how?
By- Adib Ashhab Ankon
Md. Tajkir Musaddik
Sanjoy Das
1
Presentation!!!
What???
A presentation is the process of presenting a
topic to an audience
2
Presentation!!!
Why???
• Self confidence
• Communication skill
• Leadership
• Knowledge
• professionalism
3
Preparation
• Don't waste a presentation opportunity with
foolish mistakes. Give it every chance of winning
the day.
• Make a sketch
• Be familier with PowerPoint or other tool
• Keep things Straight and Simple
• Know your topic in deep
• Emphasize on important things
• Make a story
• Know your audience
• Take care of wordings 4
Step-by-Step Preparation
5
Source: Internet
6
• PowerPoint
• Prezi
• Visme
• Slideshark
• SlideDog
Useful presentation software
• Powtoon – Animation Presentation Software
• GoAnimate – Video Presentation Software
• Windows Movie Maker
• Camstudio – Video Presentation Software
Slide preparation
 Be neat
 Avoid trying to cram too much into one slide
 Be brief (use keywords rather than long sentences)
 Avoid covering up slides
 Use a large font
 Use Color to emphasize
 Use Figures to get across key concepts (Animations)
 Make eye contact with your audience
 Must finish on time
 Practice, Practice, Practice !!
7
8
• Arial
• Georgia
• Helvetica
• Garamond
• Futura
• Gill Sans MT
• Rockwell
Recommended Fonts
• Header: 36 to 44 pt
• Text: 28 or 32 pt
Recommended Fonts Size
Use a big enough font!
Recommended Slides
• Light Background Dark Fonts
• Dark Background Light Fonts
9
University of Asia Pacific (UAP) was established in 1996 as a private university under the Private
University Act 1992. Its curriculum has been approved by The University Grants Commission of
the Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. The university started its operation in
the first semester of classes in 1996, and offered four-year bachelor's degree programs in
Computer Science and Technology and Business Administration only. Now UAP offers
undergraduate programs in English, Law, Architecture, Business Administration, Civil and
Environmental Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering and Pharmacy.
UAP has been sponsored by University of Asia Pacific Foundation, a non-profit, non-commercial
organisation based in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
•Bachelor of Architecture.
•Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA).
•Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE).
•Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (CE).
•Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE).
•Bachelor of Science in Mathematics.
•Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm).
•Bachelor of Arts in English.
•Bachelor of Laws (Regular & External).
The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) & Computer Science & Engineering
program has been accredited by the Board of Accreditation for Engineering and Technical Education in Bangladesh (BAETE).
This enables the graduates to be members of the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), a highly prestigious and the only
government-approved professional body for engineers.
University of Asia Pacific (UAP)
Good Versus Bad Preparation
Source: Internet
10
This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh.
This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh.
This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh.
This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh.
This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh.
This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh.
This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh.
This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh.
Source: Internet
Slide Background
11
Good Versus Bad Preparation
12
Good Versus Bad Preparation
Source: Internet
Example of a Good Slide:
Show one point at a time
13
14
•Master of Science in Computer Science & Engineering
(MCSE),
•Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MCE),
•Master of Business Administration (MBA & EMBA),
•MS in Pharmaceutical Technology (MS Pharm. Tech.),
•LL. M (Regular)
•LL. M (External).
Good Versus Bad Preparation
• Font Color: Good or Bad!!
Don’t use a complicated font
15
16
Delivering your Work
Source: Internet
One Idea
per Slide
Graphs - Bad
January February March April
Blue Balls 20.4 27.4 90 20.4
Red Balls 30.6 38.6 34.6 31.6
17
Graphs - Good
Items Sold in First Quarter of 2002
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
January February March April
Blue Balls
Red Balls
18
Graphs - Bad
20.4
27.4
90
20.4
30.6
38.6
34.6
31.6
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
January February March April
Blue Balls
Red Balls
19
• Feel Confidence
• Smile at your audience
• Make eye contact
• Be sure to have inflection in
your voice
• Use hand motions
• Have a good conclusion
DELIVERING THE PRSENTATION
20
• Practice in front of your family or friends, or in front of
the mirror.
• Ask your friends for feedback after you finish your
presentation.
• Make a critique of your practice performance.
Challenge yourself to work on all the things that you
believe you can improve during the real presentation.
How to correct
21
22
• Accept all the criticism.
• Be clear and concise.
• Finally, summarize your work in few sentences
- Tell the findings of your study
- Also tell the drawbacks
- Future recommendations (if necessary)
• Acknowledge everyone’s contributions.
• Make it clear that you’ve finished
Conclusions
• Nervousness
• Disorganised
• Speaker never look at the audience
• Speaker’s accent is bad
•Visuals are bad
• Irritates by clothing
• Speaking too softly
• Speech is confused; didn’t know what he/she is
trying to tell
DON’TS IN THE PRESENTATION
23
24
• Ask for feedback
• Never Never React just Accept!!
• Try NOT to rush to finish your presentation.
• Don’t pretend that you know everything.
• Answer must be to the point, don’t move unless
you answer question properly.
Practice, Practice, Practice!
Finalization
25
Delivering your Work
Source: Internet
We are thankful to
• Dr. Shamim Miah, Ex-assistant professor and
club advisor of CESC.
• Dr. Md Jihad Miah, Assistant Professor and
club advisor of CESC.
• Shah Mohammad Rizvan, Ex-president of
CESC
• Md. Tauhidul Miah, President, CESC, Fall 18
26
Thanks for your attention.
Please clap and don’t ask tough
questions.
27

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How to present a presentation

  • 1. Presentation: what, why, how? By- Adib Ashhab Ankon Md. Tajkir Musaddik Sanjoy Das 1
  • 2. Presentation!!! What??? A presentation is the process of presenting a topic to an audience 2
  • 3. Presentation!!! Why??? • Self confidence • Communication skill • Leadership • Knowledge • professionalism 3
  • 4. Preparation • Don't waste a presentation opportunity with foolish mistakes. Give it every chance of winning the day. • Make a sketch • Be familier with PowerPoint or other tool • Keep things Straight and Simple • Know your topic in deep • Emphasize on important things • Make a story • Know your audience • Take care of wordings 4
  • 6. 6 • PowerPoint • Prezi • Visme • Slideshark • SlideDog Useful presentation software • Powtoon – Animation Presentation Software • GoAnimate – Video Presentation Software • Windows Movie Maker • Camstudio – Video Presentation Software
  • 7. Slide preparation  Be neat  Avoid trying to cram too much into one slide  Be brief (use keywords rather than long sentences)  Avoid covering up slides  Use a large font  Use Color to emphasize  Use Figures to get across key concepts (Animations)  Make eye contact with your audience  Must finish on time  Practice, Practice, Practice !! 7
  • 8. 8 • Arial • Georgia • Helvetica • Garamond • Futura • Gill Sans MT • Rockwell Recommended Fonts • Header: 36 to 44 pt • Text: 28 or 32 pt Recommended Fonts Size Use a big enough font! Recommended Slides • Light Background Dark Fonts • Dark Background Light Fonts
  • 9. 9 University of Asia Pacific (UAP) was established in 1996 as a private university under the Private University Act 1992. Its curriculum has been approved by The University Grants Commission of the Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. The university started its operation in the first semester of classes in 1996, and offered four-year bachelor's degree programs in Computer Science and Technology and Business Administration only. Now UAP offers undergraduate programs in English, Law, Architecture, Business Administration, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering and Pharmacy. UAP has been sponsored by University of Asia Pacific Foundation, a non-profit, non-commercial organisation based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. •Bachelor of Architecture. •Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). •Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE). •Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (CE). •Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE). •Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. •Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm). •Bachelor of Arts in English. •Bachelor of Laws (Regular & External). The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) & Computer Science & Engineering program has been accredited by the Board of Accreditation for Engineering and Technical Education in Bangladesh (BAETE). This enables the graduates to be members of the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), a highly prestigious and the only government-approved professional body for engineers. University of Asia Pacific (UAP) Good Versus Bad Preparation Source: Internet
  • 10. 10 This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh. This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh. This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh. This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh. This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh. This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh. This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh. This slide describes the population of the Capital of Bangladesh. Source: Internet Slide Background
  • 11. 11 Good Versus Bad Preparation
  • 12. 12 Good Versus Bad Preparation Source: Internet
  • 13. Example of a Good Slide: Show one point at a time 13
  • 14. 14 •Master of Science in Computer Science & Engineering (MCSE), •Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MCE), •Master of Business Administration (MBA & EMBA), •MS in Pharmaceutical Technology (MS Pharm. Tech.), •LL. M (Regular) •LL. M (External). Good Versus Bad Preparation
  • 15. • Font Color: Good or Bad!! Don’t use a complicated font 15
  • 16. 16 Delivering your Work Source: Internet One Idea per Slide
  • 17. Graphs - Bad January February March April Blue Balls 20.4 27.4 90 20.4 Red Balls 30.6 38.6 34.6 31.6 17
  • 18. Graphs - Good Items Sold in First Quarter of 2002 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 January February March April Blue Balls Red Balls 18
  • 20. • Feel Confidence • Smile at your audience • Make eye contact • Be sure to have inflection in your voice • Use hand motions • Have a good conclusion DELIVERING THE PRSENTATION 20
  • 21. • Practice in front of your family or friends, or in front of the mirror. • Ask your friends for feedback after you finish your presentation. • Make a critique of your practice performance. Challenge yourself to work on all the things that you believe you can improve during the real presentation. How to correct 21
  • 22. 22 • Accept all the criticism. • Be clear and concise. • Finally, summarize your work in few sentences - Tell the findings of your study - Also tell the drawbacks - Future recommendations (if necessary) • Acknowledge everyone’s contributions. • Make it clear that you’ve finished Conclusions
  • 23. • Nervousness • Disorganised • Speaker never look at the audience • Speaker’s accent is bad •Visuals are bad • Irritates by clothing • Speaking too softly • Speech is confused; didn’t know what he/she is trying to tell DON’TS IN THE PRESENTATION 23
  • 24. 24 • Ask for feedback • Never Never React just Accept!! • Try NOT to rush to finish your presentation. • Don’t pretend that you know everything. • Answer must be to the point, don’t move unless you answer question properly. Practice, Practice, Practice! Finalization
  • 26. We are thankful to • Dr. Shamim Miah, Ex-assistant professor and club advisor of CESC. • Dr. Md Jihad Miah, Assistant Professor and club advisor of CESC. • Shah Mohammad Rizvan, Ex-president of CESC • Md. Tauhidul Miah, President, CESC, Fall 18 26
  • 27. Thanks for your attention. Please clap and don’t ask tough questions. 27