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Topic 4 Making Presentation

Topic 4 Making Presentation

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MAKING

PRESENTATION
Making a presentation:
How you present yourself is as
important as what you have to
present
Consider the context of presentation
Use a suitable approach to fit your
audience
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Techniques for effective
presentation:
Plan your talk
what you are going to present
how you are going to present your
subject matter
Structuring Subject Matter
Mind-mapping
Outlining
Use of organisational patterns
Chronological order
Spatial order
Topical order
Comparison-contrast order
Cause-effect order
Problem-solution order
Audience awareness
Focus on the audience’s needs and moods
Effective opening lines
Help to create the right impression and
capture attention
Structuring Presentation
Appropriate visual aids
Helps to persuade your audience
Make your talk more interesting
Enable audience to follow your ideas
Add meaning and effectiveness to your talk
Non-verbal communication
Maintain good posture, eye contact and
body movements, gestures and voice
control.
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Presentation Proper
(a) Be clear about the objectives
of your presentation.
(b) Structure the content in a
simple, logical manner.
(c) Have a strong opening
statement.
(d) Use relevant examples to
illustrate your points.
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(e) Choose appropriate visuals to
support the presentation.
(f) Show enthusiasm.
(g) Consider the audience and adapt
according to their needs and
expectations.
(h) Listen carefully to questions and ask
for clarification if necessary.
(i) Be polite.

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