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1 Objectives: At the end of the class, students will (hopefully) be able to: Explain the importance of a good presentation List the steps they will take to make a good presentation Explain each of these steps

2 Most important qualities of a good presenter (Teacher) Must have command over the topic Must have command over the topic Must have an intense desire to teach Must have an intense desire to teach Must demonstrate to the students that he really cares for them (Passion) Must demonstrate to the students that he really cares for them (Passion) Must have reasonable command over the language

3 Analyze Your Audience Put yourself in the audience's shoes - try to understand your listener's level of understanding Anticipate what they want to know. Once you know what your audience wants, you can figure out how to "sell" the benefits of your topic to them.

4 Set Your Goal and Keep It Before You Set Your Goal and Keep It Before You Four main goals: Four main goals: I. To inform II. To request for an action II. To persuade III. To build a relationship

5 Set Your Goal and Keep It Before You Set Your Goal and Keep It Before You Let your listeners know what you want them to do near the beginning of your talk and again at the end. Present your basic idea and give them an outline of your presentation that would lead you and your audience to the desired result.

6 Do Your Homework Research your topic – speak about something you have earned the right to talk about: through experience or study. speak Organize the material Organize the material Keep it clear and focused Keep it clear and focused Anticipate questions, and make sure you have the facts to answer them. Anticipate questions, and make sure you have the facts to answer them.

7 Do Your Homework Seize every opportunity to practice – no professional in any field performs without practicing. Remember, your time in front of a group is your showcase. Seize every opportunity to practice – no professional in any field performs without practicing. Remember, your time in front of a group is your showcase. Discuss your presentation with friends & faculty Discuss your presentation with friends & faculty Rehearse several times if possible, in front of someone you know is critical Rehearse several times if possible, in front of someone you know is critical

8 Confidence is the Key Believe in yourself : I can do it! That's the main secret of being a good presenter: you have to be confident to show confidence. Explore all phases of your subject Careful preparation provides the solid ground you need to support your self-confidence. Become more qualified than any member of the audience to give this talk

9 Plan the Parts of Your Presentation List all points you plan to cover. Group them in sections and put your list of sections in the order that best achieves your objectives. Begin with the most important topics. When you put your talk together, keep in mind why your audience would want to hear what you have to say. Encourage questions

10 Plan Your Format and Delivery How you give your talk can be more important than what you say. Whenever possible speak from an outline. If you have a formal written speech to deliver, use a marking system in the text to guide your delivery.

11 Making a Powerful First Impression The audience will make decisions about you from your first appearance, your words and the sound of your voice. Plan your opening sentences and practice them in front of a mirror. Use short sentences. Keep technical information at a minimum. Maintain eye contact with all the audience

12 Grab attention, raise curiosity, get the audience looking and listening to you, with: A dramatic picture A provocative question A joke An interesting fact A short anecdote A quotation / positive statement

13 Promise to tell the audience how they can get something they want. Promise to tell the audience how they can get something they want. People have very short attention span. To keep your audience with you, you must build in new devices – make your message visual, build anticipation, create a conversation cycle, use role-play practices – to keep your listener's mind 100% occupied.

14 The sound of your voice makes a great difference Practice projecting enthusiasm. Practice projecting enthusiasm. People aren't going to be influenced by a lifeless & monotonous voice. To hear yourself speak, record your voice during a phone conversation or practice your presentation using a tape recorder. Then make necessary changes

15 Do More than Lecture Enhance and support your presentation with visuals, activities, questions Enhance and support your presentation with visuals, activities, questions Provide for every type of learner Provide for every type of learner Provide for everyone with things to see, hear and do Provide for everyone with things to see, hear and do Make them enjoy learning: to make them learn more and retain it longer Make them enjoy learning: to make them learn more and retain it longer Do not exceed the allotted time– dont be selfish Do not exceed the allotted time– dont be selfish

16 Summarize At the end of the session, summarize At the end of the session, summarize Give time for questions Give time for questions Ask someone to evaluate your presentaion Ask someone to evaluate your presentaion Evaluate yourself Evaluate yourself


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