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  1. Oral Presentation Ch 26

  2. Purpose • To present our ideas effectively and visually • To inform • To persuade • To explain

  3. How to present yourself • Body language • Vocal tone • Eye contact • Humor • Receptiveness

  4. How to be a good speaker Speaker Visuals • Make eye contact • Move around • Don’t hid behind notes • Speak loudly & clearly • Don’t ramble • Too much material • rushes • Make them clear to see • Use less word • Use more graphics • Show slowly

  5. Statement of purpose • Why are you choosing this subject? • What do you want your listeners to get out of your presentation? • Who are your listeners? • Laypersons • Informed persons • Experts

  6. Delivery methods • Memorized • The information is presented by memory • Downfall - No room for questions • avoid • Inpromptu • The best way to deliver because of connection with audience • Downfall – you must know your material! • Small intimate groups, in-house meetings, simple topic • Scripted • Material is written on note cards or paper • Downfall – leaves no room for audience reaction – boring • Formal speeches, strict time limit, nervousness • Extemporaneous • Takes practice • Downfall – you might forget material or lose track • Face-to-face presentations, visually-based

  7. Preparing your presentation • Research your topic • Support your information, opinion, recommendations and conclusions • Simplicity and conciseness • Use a few main points • Anticipate questions • Consider areas that you feel the audience will question • Outline your presentation • Use topic sentences to help you present your material • Plan your visuals • Decide what you want to show, appropriate, create a storyboard figre 26.1 pg 616 • Prepare your visuals • Be selective • Easy to understand

  8. Human factor • Get to know the audience • Be enthusiastic and confident • Don’t preach • Speak humanly as possible • Be reasonable • Don’t isolate groups of people • Stay away from controversial topics

  9. Last minute tips • Open up with an engaging introduction • Instead of using visuals, try using a story or something of value to start off with • Provide examples • These will help inform or explain your point • Summarize • To end a presentation, conclude by summarizing the main points