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WHAT MAKESWHAT MAKES
PRESENTATIONPRESENTATION
EFFECTIVEEFFECTIVE
Tatiana MYKHAILENKO,Tatiana MYKHAILENKO,
Editor-in-chief,...
“Three things matter in a speech
- who says it, how he says it
and what he says, and of the
three, the latter matters the
...
Main qualities during talkMain qualities during talk
• 1. Competence
• 2. Erudition
• 3. Enthusiasm and faith
“He who has ...
AN EXAMPLE OF PUBLICAN EXAMPLE OF PUBLIC
SPEAKINGSPEAKING
What do we need to think about
when preparing a talk?
• Structur...
StructureStructure
• Introduction: greeting, name,
position
• Introduction: theme and
organisation of talk
• Body of prese...
Key phrasesKey phrases
• Thanks for coming to my
presentation
• I’m going to talk to you today
• First, then, after that, ...
• OK, now what about..?
• Finally, a few words about
• Well, thanks very much for
listening to my talk
• Are there any que...
Grammar andGrammar and
PronunciationPronunciation
• Tenses
• How can we improve our
speaking?
• Chunking
• Stress
• Intona...
What is chunking?What is chunking?
• Good morning, everyone./
• Thanks for coming to my
presentation. /
• My name’s Tatian...
Phrases for giving a presentationPhrases for giving a presentation
Introduction
Good morning/afternoon everyone…
My name i...
TransitionsTransitions
• Let me begin with my
first point______
• Let’s move to my
second point______
• Let’s focus on my
...
Conclusion and ClosingConclusion and Closing
To sum up, I talked
about__________
1. _____
2. _____
3. _____
That concludes...
TipsTips
• Find out as much as
possible about your
audience
• Rehearse your presentation,
especially using the
equipment
•...
• Think about the first two
minutes
• Be enthusiastic
• Introduce yourself
• Start with a joke
• Keep eye contact
• Vary the tone/speed/intonation
of your voice
• Use clear visual aids
• Summarise your main points
• B...
“Educators take something
simple and make it
complicated. Communicators
take something complicated
and make it simple.”
Jo...
Now let’s sum upNow let’s sum up
1. Name three qualities necessary for a
presenter.
Competence, erudition and faith
2. Wha...
What is the structure of the talk?What is the structure of the talk?
• Introduction: greeting, name, position
• Introducti...
ReferencesReferences
• 1. Seminars conducted by Jennifer
Herrin in 2007
• 2. Alan McNair ‘Public speaking.” –
articles and...
Any questions?Any questions?
Thanks for coming!Thanks for coming!
Happy Easter!Happy Easter!
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  1. 1. WHAT MAKESWHAT MAKES PRESENTATIONPRESENTATION EFFECTIVEEFFECTIVE Tatiana MYKHAILENKO,Tatiana MYKHAILENKO, Editor-in-chief,Editor-in-chief, NewspaperNewspaper English language andEnglish language and culture weeklyculture weekly
  2. 2. “Three things matter in a speech - who says it, how he says it and what he says, and of the three, the latter matters the least.” John Morley, English publisher, bibliographer and politician
  3. 3. Main qualities during talkMain qualities during talk • 1. Competence • 2. Erudition • 3. Enthusiasm and faith “He who has faith has... an inward reservoir of courage, hope, confidence, calmness, and assuring trust that all will come out well - even though to the world it may appear to come out most badly.” B. Forbes, founder of the famous magazine
  4. 4. AN EXAMPLE OF PUBLICAN EXAMPLE OF PUBLIC SPEAKINGSPEAKING What do we need to think about when preparing a talk? • Structure • Collocations • Grammar • Pronunciation • General tips
  5. 5. StructureStructure • Introduction: greeting, name, position • Introduction: theme and organisation of talk • Body of presentation (in three parts) • Summary of talk • Questions
  6. 6. Key phrasesKey phrases • Thanks for coming to my presentation • I’m going to talk to you today • First, then, after that, Finally • Let me start with • Let me add
  7. 7. • OK, now what about..? • Finally, a few words about • Well, thanks very much for listening to my talk • Are there any questions?
  8. 8. Grammar andGrammar and PronunciationPronunciation • Tenses • How can we improve our speaking? • Chunking • Stress • Intonation
  9. 9. What is chunking?What is chunking? • Good morning, everyone./ • Thanks for coming to my presentation. / • My name’s Tatiana Mykhailenko. / I’m editor-in-chief of the newspaper English language and culture weekly
  10. 10. Phrases for giving a presentationPhrases for giving a presentation Introduction Good morning/afternoon everyone… My name is… Today I’m going to talk about _____ My presentation will cover 3 main points: 1. __________ 2. _________ 3. __________
  11. 11. TransitionsTransitions • Let me begin with my first point______ • Let’s move to my second point______ • Let’s focus on my third point _______
  12. 12. Conclusion and ClosingConclusion and Closing To sum up, I talked about__________ 1. _____ 2. _____ 3. _____ That concludes my presentation. Do you have any questions? I’m sorry we are out of time. Thank you very much.
  13. 13. TipsTips • Find out as much as possible about your audience • Rehearse your presentation, especially using the equipment • Have a back-up plan
  14. 14. • Think about the first two minutes • Be enthusiastic • Introduce yourself • Start with a joke
  15. 15. • Keep eye contact • Vary the tone/speed/intonation of your voice • Use clear visual aids • Summarise your main points • Be careful what you wear • KISS – keep it short and simple
  16. 16. “Educators take something simple and make it complicated. Communicators take something complicated and make it simple.” John C. Maxwell, America’s expert on leadership
  17. 17. Now let’s sum upNow let’s sum up 1. Name three qualities necessary for a presenter. Competence, erudition and faith 2. What do we need to think about when preparing a talk? Structure, collocations, grammar, pronunciation, general tips
  18. 18. What is the structure of the talk?What is the structure of the talk? • Introduction: greeting, name, position • Introduction: theme and organisation of talk • Body of presentation (in three parts) • Summary of talk • Questions
  19. 19. ReferencesReferences • 1. Seminars conducted by Jennifer Herrin in 2007 • 2. Alan McNair ‘Public speaking.” – articles and seminars published in the paper English in 2007-2008 • 3. David Lewis “How to get your massage across.” • 4. The Internet resources
  20. 20. Any questions?Any questions?
  21. 21. Thanks for coming!Thanks for coming! Happy Easter!Happy Easter!

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