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Making Effective Presentations

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  1. Making Effective Presentations

  2. Outline of Presentation

  3. Outline of Presentation • Purposes of Presentations

  4. Outline of Presentation • Purposes of Presentations • Types of Presentations

  5. Outline of Presentation • Purposes of Presentations • Types of Presentations • Analysis of Speaking Situation

  6. Outline of Presentation • Purposes of Presentations • Types of Presentations • Analysis of Speaking Situation • Elements of a Good Presentation

  7. Outline of Presentation • Purposes of Presentations • Types of Presentations • Analysis of Speaking Situation • Elements of a Good Presentation • Organization of Presentations

  8. Outline of Presentation • Purposes of Presentations • Types of Presentations • Analysis of Speaking Situation • Elements of a Good Presentation • Organization of Presentations • Notes and Outlines

  9. Outline of Presentation • Purposes of Presentations • Types of Presentations • Analysis of Speaking Situation • Elements of a Good Presentation • Organization of Presentations • Notes and Outlines • Voice and Eyes

  10. Purposes of Presentations

  11. Purposes of Presentations • To inform

  12. Purposes of Presentations • To inform • to convey facts

  13. Purposes of Presentations • To inform • to convey facts • present objective information, not opinion

  14. Purposes of Presentations • To inform • To persuade

  15. Purposes of Presentations • To inform • To persuade • to hold certain beliefs

  16. Purposes of Presentations • To inform • To persuade • to hold certain beliefs • to take certain actions

  17. Purposes of Presentations • Many are both informative and persuasive

  18. Types of Presentations

  19. Types of Presentations • Informal

  20. Types of Presentations • Informal • Require less preparation than formal

  21. Types of Presentations • Informal • Require less preparation than formal • Given to familiar persons

  22. Types of Presentations • Informal • Require less preparation than formal • Given to familiar persons • Peer group

  23. Types of Presentations • Informal • Require less preparation than formal • Given to familiar persons • Peer group • Immediate supervisors

  24. Types of Presentations • Informal • Require less preparation than formal • Given to familiar persons • Peer group • Immediate supervisors • Listeners familiar with your work

  25. Types of Presentations • Informal • Formal

  26. Types of Presentations • Informal • Formal • Require a fair amount of preparation

  27. Types of Presentations • Informal • Formal • Require a fair amount of preparation • Audience is unfamiliar

  28. Types of Presentations • Informal • Formal • Require a fair amount of preparation • Audience is unfamiliar • Time limits are often imposed

  29. Analysis of Situation

  30. Analysis of Situation • Purpose of your presentation.

  31. Analysis of Situation • Purpose of your presentation. • Who is the audience?

  32. Analysis of Situation • Purpose of your presentation. • Who is the audience? • What do they know about the subject?

  33. Analysis of Situation • Purpose of your presentation. • Who is the audience? • What do they know about the subject? • How do they feel about the subject?

  34. Elements of a Good Presentation

  35. Elements of a Good Presentation • Indicate the purpose of the presentation

  36. Elements of a Good Presentation • Indicate the purpose of the presentation • Preview what the presentation will cover

  37. Elements of a Good Presentation • Indicate the purpose of the presentation • Preview what the presentation will cover • Include clear transitions

  38. Elements of a Good Presentation • Indicate the purpose of the presentation • Preview what the presentation will cover • Include clear transitions • Include specific examples and illustrations

  39. Elements of a Good Presentation • Indicate the purpose of the presentation • Preview what the presentation will cover • Include clear transitions • Include specific examples and illustrations • Summarize major points

  40. Elements of a Good Presentation • Indicate the purpose of the presentation • Preview what the presentation will cover • Include clear transitions • Include specific examples and illustrations • Summarize major points • Indicate action you want audience to take

  41. Organization of Presentation

  42. Organization of Presentation • Same principles as writers use

  43. Organization of Presentation • Same principles as writers use • chronological

  44. Organization of Presentation • Same principles as writers use • chronological • cause and effect

  45. Organization of Presentation • Same principles as writers use • chronological • cause and effect • problem and solution

  46. Organization of Presentation • Same principles as writers use • chronological • cause and effect • problem and solution • comparison and contrast

  47. Organization of Presentation • Same principles as writers use • chronological • cause and effect • problem and solution • comparison and contrast • priority

  48. Notes and Outlines

  49. Notes and Outlines • Refer to main points

  50. Notes and Outlines • Refer to main points • Specific facts