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THE ART OF PRESENTING LECTURE TO STUDENTS

THE ART OF PRESENTING LECTURE TO STUDENTS

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THE ART OF PRESENTING LECTURE TO STUDENTS
THE ART OF PRESENTING LECTURE TO STUDENTS

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In the field of Education we are always engaged in presenting our lecturesand seminars to students and students also do to other students. The success of anystudent or teacher comes from effective learning and attitude to impress the audience;however our success is evaluated by the listeners or our audience. Presenting informationclearly and effectively is a key skill to get your message or opinion across, and todaypresentation skills are required in almost every field. Even our Pharmaceutical sales peoplepresenting to us on I pads and tablets. Be familiar with what is a presentation, presentationis a means of communication which can be adapted to various speaking situations, such astalking to a group, addressing a meeting or briefing a team. To be effective, step-by-steppreparation and the method and means of presenting the information should be carefullyconsidered. I wish to state I have been trying for many years yet I never reached aperfection, I wish I will try for better presentations; never forget Preparation is the mostimportant part of making a successful presentation. This is the crucial foundation and thereshould be no short-cuts.
 
Irrespective of whether the occasion is formal or informal, alwaysaim to give a clear, well-structured delivery. You should know exactly what you want to sayand the order in which you want to say it. Clarity of ideas and good organisation shouldresult in a lively, logical and compelling message.
 
Regardless of whether your presentation isgoing to be delivered formally, such as at work or informally, you should always aim to givea clear, well-structured delivery. That is, you should know exactly what you want to say andthe order in which you want to say it. Having thought about and planned a good structurewill also help to alleviate any nervousness you may be feeling in the build-up to your talk.Never forget be good in clarity,
 
Clarity of ideas and good organisation should help result in alively, logical and compelling message, delivered in a confident and professional way. Our 45minutes of lecture or presentation would contain 3 main elements1 Tell the students in the introduction what your subject is and how you have organisedthe presentation (by stating the key elements).5- 10 minutes2 Then tell them the details of the key elements and/or messages (by expanding andqualifying the key points in more detail and providing supporting evidence).25- 30 minutes3 Then tell the students what you have just told them (by summarising the key points,concluding with the main subject again).10
 –
15 minutes
Prepare at least 8
 –
10 important points, in a lecture of 45 minutes
Arrange the key points in logical order and expand them with supporting material -discussion, argument, analysis and appeal. If you are hoping to students, or people who are
 
familiar with topic, then it is advisable to address potential controversies, within thepresentation so that you present a reasoned, well-balanced view.The right visuals have great important on the students, be sensible and not emotional,
 
Usevisual illustrations if anything requires expanding, clarifying or simplifying. Illustrations of any type should be relevant and fully explained. Bear in mind that a talk will last longer if visual aids are used. Avoid too many animation people lose the concentration on you, soyou will be ignored, Hope this world is full of PowerPoint presentations, PowerPoint orother presentation software is often used to support a presentation, although care needs tobe taken to ensure that this technology aids the presentation and does not detract from themain essence of your talk. Do not use visual aids or PowerPoint just for the sake of it or toshow off your technological prowess, there is nothing more distracting than crazy and
pointless PowerPoint animations
 in a presentation.Make a good beginning, begin to make it an acceptable lecture,
 
the introduction should givea preview of what you are going to say and should gain the attention of the listeners with astatement of purpose, stick to
the law of three
, three is the magic number. The brainfinds it relatively easy to grasp three points at a time: people find three points, ideas ornumbers, easier to understand and remember than four or more. You could thereforestructure your presentation about the magic number of 
three.
 
Divide your key messageinto three elements and then expand each of these points into three sub-points. If you areusing a visual aid such as PowerPoint, limit the number of bullet points to three on eachslide and expand on each of these as you go along. However we crumple with too muchinformation than what we teach to our students. English Is a foreign language we are neverperfect, ensure that the language you use is appropriate for the audience. Are there anyterms they may not be familiar with? If so use more familiar terms or explain the meaning.
 
Presentations are spoken and so choose to use accessible and easily-understood words(such as those you would use in a conversation) rather than technical or obscure words.Even best presentations will have spelling mistakes Check, and double check, that anypresentation slides or illustrations, titles, captions, hand-outs or similar are free fromspelling mistakes. Do remember words not used with sense have no meaning and distorting,
 and then
Words do not have any meaning. They have value, use, according to the situation inwhich way they are put.
 
Do not speak too fast and remember to pause occasionally to letthe audience assimilate the information. Use easily comprehensible language and try toavoid clichés and jargon. If you are sincere and enthusiastic you will quickly develop arapport with the audience.
 
Do your best to be friendly, upbeat and positive with otherpeople. Criticism is part of life -Dealing with criticism positively is an important life skill. Atsome point in your life you will be criticised. Perhaps in a professional and sometimes it willbe difficult to accept
 –
but that all depends on your reaction. You can either use criticism ina positive way to improve, or in a negative way that can lower your self-esteem and causestress, anger or even aggression. End you lecture with a positive note how this topic willhelp you to perform better in their career. If you have not done well Today try for better

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