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@ How to give a effective presentation.


‡ A brief note on what exactly is presentation.
‡ Does and Doesn't during presentation.
‡ Visual Presentation.
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‡ Presentation is basically presenting or
displaying the collected information or data in
front of a group of people and share your
views.
‡ Presentations can have different objectives: to
inform, to sell something, to persuade
someone, or to train people. Academic
presentations are mainyl meant for informing
and training.
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ºhen you plan your presentation you need to


answer the following questions:
1. ºho is my audience (how much do they know
about my topic?)
2. How am I going to organise my topic? (it
needs to tell a story)
3. How long should my presentation be? (you
will have time limits and you need to say
everything within that limit)
4. ºhat visual support shall I use?
(PowerPoint, transparencies, models,
objects...?)
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Long enough to cover the vital parts,
and short enough to attract attention.´

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V metting started- greeting the


audience.
V Introduction must be give in a good
manner.
main Attention
attract Interest
create Desire
stimulate Action
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‡ Making an effective opening.


‡ Putting parts together.
‡ Be positive about what are you
doing.
‡ Use your hands movements.
‡ Signposting.
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‡ Look the people eyes while you are


speaking
‡ Presenter as an ractor´.
‡ Ending your talk : useful phrases
‡ Rehearsal.
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‡ The presenter should not be


nervous.
‡ Don speak too loud neither too low.
‡ Also don¶t speak too quickly not too
slowly.
‡ Be careful in not to do nervous tic
like open and close your pen
constantly.
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‡ Don¶t get your back to the audience



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‡ Use a template.
‡ Fonts.
‡ Bullets.
‡ Caps and Italics.

  

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Consider this in preparing your


presentation:
‡ Simplify the text.
‡ Focus your material. You can¶t say everything.
‡ Use transitions (signsposting) to move smoothly
‡ Practise alone and with the whole group.