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  1. The Oral Presentation Point by Point

  2. IntroductionORGANISE IN THREE PARALLEL POINTS! • Important points • Well-managed points • Winning points

  3. PART I: Important Points • Features • Advantages • Benefits

  4. Features • First point should be a definitive feature or characteristic • Middle point should expand or enhance this definition • Last point should prove or illustrate the definition

  5. Advantages • First point should be intrinsically interesting • Middle point may sometimes be omitted • Last point may be a surprise

  6. Benefits • First point should directly answer the purpose of the presentation • Middle point may have relevant entertainment value • Last point should command audience agreement

  7. Fig. 1: Relative importance in a grouping of three points [1]

  8. PART II: Well-Managed Points • Space • Time • Visual Support

  9. Space • Each point should occupy roughly equal space on the slide • Each successive point should be audible and visible to the whole audience • The speaker should direct attention with help from the other presenters

  10. Time • Take relatively more time with the first point • Take relatively less time with the middle point • Ensure everyone has heard and understood the last point, then move on

  11. Visual Support • Ensure visuals have perfect English and good graphics format • Make visuals bold and aesthetically pleasing • Time visuals and speech to support each other

  12. Door Projector Speaker Presenter Screen Presenter Fig. 2: Suggested Blocking in B440, Woodroffe Campus [1]

  13. PART III: Winning Points • Cost to the presenters • Cost to the audience • Reward for everyone

  14. Cost to the Presenters • First point requires effort in planning and delivery • Middle point requires effort in showmanship • Last point requires effort in quality control

  15. Cost to the Audience • First point may require positive intellectual and sensory effort • Middle point should require little or no effort • Last point should require the opposite of effort

  16. Reward for Everyone • First point makes a commitment to audience • Middle point heightens interest and excitement • Last point fulfills presenters and audience

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  18. Conclusion • Begin with purpose • Continue with excitement • End with a bang

  19. References [1] A. Kinney, “The oral presentation point by point” [On-line presentation], [2005 23 Mar.] Available http://elearning.algonquincollege. com/coursemat/kinneya/Oral_Presentations _Lecture.pps.

  20. Questions ???