Strategies to expose and discuss with the public 1 Class Plan • • • • • • For oral exposure is important for students

and professionals. Filing. Overcoming stage fright gradually exposes how important body language Notes • Dialogue with the public. 1. 2. Principles of Management What answer questions when you do not know the an swer? 2 • Dissertation Presentation of mouth from someone on a specific topic, usually supported by pri nt, audio or visual. It is quite common in secondary education and is used as a method of student self-training on the specific topic assigned to lecture, which must make a preliminary investigation. 3 Importance of oral presentations in the field of knowledge 1. Orally disseminate particular seminars. 2. Getting a lot of information by at tending seminars and oral presentations at various forums. 4 findings in a field at conferences and of knowledge Learn to present information orally in public To learn public speaking requires: • • • • "A minimum-A natural ability than will power, application and practice. Study methodology and tricks. Practice writing scripts, prepare presentations an d present them in public in front of different audiences. 5 More tips: Distract yourself in the moments before 1. Relax - Take a drink of water to cool the throat. - Take one thing: the notes, a point er, chalk or whatever. - Do not worry, you will hear people like you. • Be positive: Think he'll do well, your audience feels empathy for and desire to communicate what you know. Transform your nervousness into enthusiasm. • It starts and panic will go away in a minute. 6 Tips for a graceful departure • • Prepare a visual aid that will underpin it. Memorize the first sentences and

even the first full paragraph, but naturally say them so you do not seem to tal k about memory. • If this fails again to the slide view, use the pointer and rea d a little dissembling. • Look at someone, make eye contact and talk to EL.7 Attitude: empathy with the audience • Evaluate and adjust the hearing talk to her style and vocabulary. • Use humor to defuse the environment first. • Take it lightly, think you're among friends i nterested in listening. • Prove smiling and making eye contact with the audience . • Find faces of several people in the audience look at you and talk to them in sequence. 8 Methodology: Exhibit progressively • Strategy: Enter the new information from the family. • Start sentences with fa mily information to the audience, finalízalas with the new. • Family information : - The part of his background. - The one shown above. • Uses known or explain to terms before using them. 9 Be didactic, but without being obvious • If you contribute new information without having abruptly introduced to the li steners can not locate it, becomes disoriented and does not understand anything • You avoid explaining what is obvious to the audience, as well as wasting their time they give the impression that they will not learn anything new. Isla Isla obvious mystery 10 It provides information in easily digestible doses • Do not put too many ideas at the same time and in the same slide. 11 Methods: Body language and eye contact • Exhibit standing in a place where you are visible, move with ease and looks at the audience with open expression. • The controlled use of gesture gives life t o a presentation and keeps the audience alert. • Maintain eye contact with the a udience. • Focus attention on several individuals from each other. 12 Avoidable annoying habits • Fillings: eee, am, ums. • Expressions pointless Cachay?, Yes, OK. • Talking th rough his teeth. • head-scratching or worse areas, pelvic. • Talk with a very lo w voice volume, forcing the audience to strive to understand and tiring • Zoom o r the microphone too close. 13 Do not turn your back on the audience • He breaks eye contact between speaker and audience. • If he needs to see the visual aid to know what to say it is best put aside. • Hint: use the excuse of pointing the laser pointer to read sideways. • When writ ing on the blackboard do it on its side. • Anything is better than giving back t o the audience. 14 Voice

• Volume: Speak for you to listen to the last row. • Vary the tone and volume. • Uses voice to dramatize and emphasize the important things. 15 Methods: Stresses the importance of • The point should be noted: 1. Stressed. • • • highlighting it in securities announcing visual aids in a Box "Index or pl an of the class." Stressing through oral expression (volume, tone, rhythm) and f raming it in silence. 2. Repeated (without abusing). • Example: "It is the second and last time I say" 16 Emphasize when you say something important 1.Redacción - In each sentence puts what you want to stand at the end. - Enclose the end wit h a long silence. Visual 2.Presentación - Stresses the item by "size, color, animation" 3.Interpretación • Gesture: dramatizes movements and fuss • Voice: Speak more slowly, increasing the volume and tone marks the most severe stress 17 Dialogue with the public 1. During the presentation: a public initiative. - Conflict between the right to ask the speaker and the right not to be interrupted. 2. Following the presentat ion: Request by the speaker. - Conflict between duty to participate and the righ t of the audience to remain silent. 18 1. Asked during exposure • You must decide what kind of question is: - If it is a question of clarification, it clarifies the issue at the moment. If the answer to a question you'll need further information indicates that the a nswer when you get to that point or end. 19 2. Asked after exposure 1. Light up the room: blank screen, or gives birth in February. Ask questions to open discussion in March. Stay calm and courtesy. 4. Answers to the audience, n ot only to ask. 20 Why ask questions? 1. The audience has a voice 2. The intellectual exchange is bidirectional. 3. En rich communication, oriented to the speaker on the public interest. 21 More reasons to ask questions: Misunderstandings 1.Deshacer 2. That the audience can prove how smart they are a nd how much they know. 3. Browse the presenter, put to the test: • Make evidence . • That the answer look so bright. -Learn to ask questions-Up 0.1 points the fi nal grade. -Remove the nerves when one is going to expose 22 play later.

But. . . Some issues have adverse side effects 1. Distraction with irrelevant issues. 2. They ask things that only interest the m. 3. They can extend and distort the presentation. • Therefore, in the formal p resentations are limited questions at the end of the presentation. 23 General principles of management questions 1. Listen to them carefully. 2. Take control and decide when they should be answ ered. 3. Repeat them so that the public hears. 4. Avoid being monopolized. 24 First principle: listen carefully When asked to hear 100% of your attention. • Contente, do not start to respond t o the question you have finished its question. 25 Second: take control • Decide when they should be answered: - Answer the questions aimed at clarification. - Postpone the answers you requir e 26 additional information. Third, the question spreads • • If the issue is complex reformúlala and repeat it to the audience. Advantage s of repeating the question: - Fits the whole audience knows it. - If you unders tood the question, your version of question you will satisfy the questioner. - G ives you extra time to think and plan the response to difficult questions. 27 Fourth, avoid being monopolized • Everyone is entitled to ask. • Distributes eye contact 20-25% for that questio n and 75-80% for the rest of the audience. • If you want to continue the dialogu e with that said you look when you finish your answer and ask you this answer yo ur question? 28 Complete the dialogue with a viewer • Directs the end of your reply to another part of the public and see if anyone raises a hand. • When you see a gesture to let him start your questions • If ask ed questions Does anyone else want to ask a question? • If the questioner persis ts beyond a reasonable say "I think we've addressed that issue and there are oth er people who also want to ask questions" 29 What to say when you do not know the answer? 1. The question is very good (bla bla bla), but I have the answer • Be honest: " I can not answer that question, but maybe someone wants to make any comment." If anyone says anything, it is clear that nobody in the room knows the answer. 30 Objections and misunderstandings • Do not try to ignore the objections, admit it, arguing for and against them. • If you perceive that the question may be the result of a misunderstanding, plea se specify. • If you do not understand a question say it clearly asks you to ref ormulate it. 31

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