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Presentation and Presentation Skills

Presentation and Presentation Skills

Yo Dawg I heard you like presentationsSo we decided to give a presentation about giving a presentation

OutlineWhy is presentation important?Planning for a presentationInteracting with audienceImportance of the visual aidsPresentation skills Phases of the presentation

There are always three speeches, for every one you actually gave. The one you practiced, the one you gave, and the one you wish you gave. Dale Carnegie

(November 24, 1888 - November 1, 1955) was a pioneer in self-improvement, salesmanship, and corporate training programs, and became famous for courses he developed that emphasized public speaking and interpersonal skills.

7The PresentationPlanning the presentation: 7 steps of planningPreparationChoosing main pointsChoosing supportive informationEstablishing linking StatementsDeveloping opening Developing conclusionReviewing the presentationThis should be changed/simplified

9Preparation PhaseChoosing the main pointsWhat are the main points you wish to make?Are these points structured in a logical, coherent way?Do these main points reflect your own objectives and take account of the needs of your audience?

Supporting Information

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBd8GYO-t1k12Establishing linking statementsWhat are linking statements? What do they do?Importance of linking statements

Developing an openinggain Attentionattract Interestcreate Desirestimulate Action

Developing ConclusionIts purpose is to tell the people what you have told them. Summarize factsGive recommendations Invite questions

Review your presentation

Things to avoid in a presentationReading from slides or notesLooking on the screenToo much text on the screenNo clear openingComplex words Jargons

Whats a Jargon?Yes thats your reaction when you see one.

The presentation skills

20CommunicationThe process of sending and receiving messages in which 2 or more people achieve understanding.

10% words40% voice expression50% body gestures21Body Language ClassificationEye contactPostureArmsLegsHand gesturesMovement

22Notes about body languageBe aware of our own nonverbal communication while delivering a speech to any audience.

Realize that non-verbal communication is at times imprecise and should be interpreted with care.

Use appropriate gestures to drive home our meaning.

23Action Speaks louder than words

24ApplicationsAction StoryTalk at an ideal speed to allow your partner to express what you are saying using body language gestures.

Discussion1What do you think about your talking speed?Did it slow down?How did you feel imitating the words?

27My Friends Fictional LifeIntroduce your friend, but not in the usual way .

Discussion2 Did you like the story?Was the story logical or emotional?Can you be the guy/girl in the story?If you were to meet this fictional character, what would you tell him/her?

Tell a storyDeliver a presentation based on an image shown on the screen and receive feedback on your presentation.

Discussion3How well did you deliverWhat did you learn from other presenters ?Who had the best presentation? And why?Can you identify your weakness in public speaking?Which is a lieSay 3 facts about yourself, but the 3 facts shouldnt be all trueDiscussion 4How was the candidates lying skills?Was it easy to detect the lie?What do you think about the lies?

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