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How to Make a Presentation

How to Make a Presentation

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How to Make a Presentation
How to Make a Presentation

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 ................................ 4 Background Information ..............................................................................................................4Topic 4Outlining .......................................................................................................................................4Purpose/Objective ........................................................................................................................4Comprehensive Samples ..............................................................................................................4Expressions on Other Occasions ..................................................................................................5Checking the Microphone ............................................................................................................5Chapter II Developing the Speech Text ..............................................................................................6I. Announcing the Beginning of the Speech Text .......................................................................6II. Shifting to the Next Main Point .............................................................................................6III. Resuming the Topic ...............................................................................................................7IV. Introducing the Supporting Materials ...................................................................................7V. Repairing a Slip of Tone .........................................................................................................7VI. Expressions Concerning Audio-Visual Aids .........................................................................8VI. Explaining the Contents on the Slides ..................................................................................8VII. Demanding to Show the Next Slide ....................................................................................8VIII. Returning to the Previous Slide .........................................................................................9IX. Correcting a Mistake .............................................................................................................9X. Indicating the Speed of Running Slides .................................................................................9Chapter III Ending the Speech Text ....................................................................................................9I. Signaling the Beginning of the End Part .................................................................................9II. Summarizing ...........................................................................................................................9III. Concluding ..........................................................................................................................10IV. Quoting ................................................................................................................................10V. Closing ..................................................................................................................................10VI. Samples ..............................................................................................................................10[ Sample 1 ] ................................................................................................................................10[ Sample 2 ] '................................................................................11[ Sample 3 ] ................................................................................................................................11[ Sample 4 ] ................................................................................................................................11[ Sample 5 ] ................................................................................................................................11Chapter IV Asking and Answering Questions ..................................................................................11I. Inviting Questions ..................................................................................................................11II. Raising Questions .................................................................................................................11Signaling Your Intention to Ask a Question ..............................................................................11
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Expressing Your Attitude ...........................................................................................................12Asking the Specific Question .....................................................................................................12III. Response to Questions ........................................................................................................12Asking for Repetition ................................................................................................................12Welcoming the Question ............................................................................................................13Repeating or Paraphrasing the Question ....................................................................................13Responding to Difficult or Challenging Question .....................................................................13Responding to Improper Question .............................................................................................13Responding to the Questions You Do Not Know ......................................................................14Referring Back to the Questioner ..............................................................................................14Chapter V Talking During the Break ................................................................................................16I. Useful encouraging phrases to show your interest and to stimulate the flow of conversation ...................................................................................................................................................16II. Informal Talking between Participants .................................................................................16III. Initiating a Conversation .....................................................................................................17III. Additional Samples .............................................................................................................17
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Chapter I Beginning the Speech Text
I. Opening Remarks
Sample Opening Remarks
1) Thank you very much, Prof. Fawcett, for your very kind introduction. Mr.Chairman, Ladies and gentleman, Good morning! I consider it a great honor to beasked to speak about …on this session of our symposium.2) Ladies and gentleman. It’s an honor to have the opportunity to address such adistinguished audience.3) Good morning. Let me start by saying just a few words about my own background.4) Mr. Chairman, thank you very much for your kind introduction. President,Distinguished colleagues, Ladies and gentleman, Good morning! Is my voice loudenough?5) Good morning, everyone. I appreciate the opportunity to be with you today. I amhere to talk to you about…6) Good morning, everyone. I am very happy to have this chance to give my presentation. Before I start my speech, let me ask you a question. By a show of hands,how many of you own a car?
Expressing thanks to the Chairperson
向主持人致谢
Mr. Chairman, thank you for your introduction.First, I would like to thank Mr. Chairman for his gracious introduction.Thank you very much, Prof. Fawcett, for your very kind introduction.I would like to thank Dr. Huang
(主持人或推荐你来发言的上司)
for permitting me the privilege to speak to this audience.
Forms of Address and Greetings
对听众的称呼
Distinguished colleagues, Ladies and gentleman, Good morning!Members of the conference!
Expressing Pleasure and Honor
向听众致意
I am very happy/glad/pleased to be here in Hong Kong.I am honored/privileged to be here (with you this afternoon).I am proud to be here on this special occasion.It’s a very great pleasure for me to be able to attend this conference.I consider it a great honor to be asked to speak about …on this session of our symposium/ at thisconference..It is a great pleasure to be given the honor of first speaker on this important topic.
Others
细节,如确认话筒音量
Can you hear me all right?Is my voice too loud?
Reference to the Audience
与听众呼应
I can see many of you are from …department.I know many of you are familiar with this topic.You all look as though you’ve heard this before.
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