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1 Presentation on Presentation Yoshio Ueno Waseda University http://www.f.waseda.jp/yueno/
2 Outline Bad News: Realities Good News: ??? Strategies Presentation Structure Presentation Style How to Connect To Learn More
3 Bad News (1) The audience’s perception is determined by your words __ % voice __ % non-verbal communication __ % 7, 38, 55 (from Timothy Koegel (2007) The Exceptional Presenter)
4 Bad News (2) Your audience remember less than __% of your message. 10, 15, 20 (from Timothy Koegel (2007) The Exceptional Presenter)
5 Bad News (3) The average adult’s undivided attention span is ___. 10-15 seconds 45-60 seconds 2 minutes (from Timothy Koegel (2007) The Exceptional Presenter)
6 Bad News: Summary They don’t listen. Make your presentation easy! They don’t remember. Make a deep impression! They don’t concentrate. Grab their attention!
7 Good News Giving a good presentation is a __. skill talent What does this mean?
8 Good News: Summary Giving a good presentation is a skill. Those who practice improve and those who don’t, don’t. just like learning English!
9 Strategies Make your presentation effective and sticky! Presentation Structure Presentation Style How to Connect
10 Presentation Structure (1) IBC(T) I for Introduction B for Body C for Conclusion T for Transition
11 Presentation Structure ( ２ ) Introduction Start Strong! State your purpose. Tell them what you’re going to tell them. Transition to Body
12 Presentation Structure (3) Body Present Logically! Tell them. (ibct) n Transition to Conclusion
13 Presentation Structure (4) Conclusion Finish Strong! Tell them what you just told them. Thank your audience. Invite questions.
Presentation Structure: Summary [I] Start strong! Tell them what you’re going to tell them. [B] Present logically! Tell them. (ibct) n [C] Finish strong! Tell them what you just told them. [T] Transition 14
Presentation Style Speak loud and clear! Speak loud enough. Speak in clear pronunciation. Be passionate and confident! 15
How to Connect (1): Non-verbal Make eye contact. Look at them. Don’t look at objects. Don’t read. Make gestures. Get closer. Don’t put a barrier between you and them. 16
17 How to Connect (2): Verbal Have them participate. Ask questions. Do a survey. Tell interesting/shocking stories.
18 To Learn More Take presentation classes. Read presentation books (with CDs). Watch good presentations. Give/practice presentations. Visit my homepage. 上野義雄
Summary Bad news: terrible audience Good news: Presentation is a skill. Strategies Presentation Structure: IBC(T) Presentation Style: loud and clear How to Connect: Grab their attention! To learn more: Visit my website! 19