Audio Visual Aids and Non-Verbal Communication in Presentation

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Role of Audio Visual Aids and Non-Verbal Communication in Presentation Skills For Detailed Explanation of KOPPACT and Non Verbal Communication Visit the Link https://www.slideshare.net/parveenwrites/non-verbal-communication-types-and-features or https://eklavyaparv.com/content/communication-skills/250-non-verbal-communication-knowing-koppact

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Significant aspects of presentation

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Significance Of A udio V isual A ids I n P resentation

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The definition of a visual aid is something that can be seen that aids learning. Visual aids show someone a concept and allows this person to see what another person is communicating. Audio V isual Aids

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PURPOSES Help the audience S ee relationships R emember material Awareness Organized content Better connectivity Increasing participation

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Types Of Audio Aids Radio Television Recordings

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Types of Visual Aids Slides Posters Chalkboards Models Handouts

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Basic Guidelines Make it easy to see Keep it simple Make it consistent with objective Maintain eye contact Talk about visual aid Prepare for problems(have backup)

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Display your aid only when you are about to discuss it Otherwise, the audience my become distracted if they see something they do not understand Timing

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Percent of Speech Remembered After…

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Design Rules - Size 72 PT 60 PT 44 PT 36 PT 32 PT 28 PT 24 PT 18 PT 14 PT Make sure type size is large enough for the audience you will address

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Significance Of Non-Verbal Communication In Presentation

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Non Verbal Communication means feelings and emotions we convey behind the words we speak verbally. “Transmission of message by a medium other than speech or writing.” Non Verbal Communication includes- pitch, speed, volume and tone of a voice; gestures and facial expressions; body posture , stance and proximity to the listeners; eye movements and contact and appearance . Non Verbal Communication

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Postures are how you carry yourself . How you walk, sit, stand or hold your head not only indicates your current mood, but also your personality in general. For Example, if you cross your arms while standing, you indicate that you may be closed off or defensive. Meanwhile waking with your head down and avoiding eye contact with others may indicate shyness POSTURES

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Facial expressions are the key characteristics of non verbal communication. Your facial expressions can communicate happiness, sadness, anger or fear. Facial Expressions

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A Gesture is a characteristic of non verbal communication in which visible body action communicate particular message. It includes movement of hands, face and other parts of the body . GESTURES

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Significance Of Audience And Feedback In Presentation

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Audience participation is hard Asking for participation before warming up the audience. Not giving clear instructions. Asking unplanned, confusing questions. Asking questions which don’t add value to the presentation. Asking people to answer out loud with no thinking or rehearsal time.

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Keep your audience interested Make eye contact. Use body language. Show you are happy to be there. Move around. Be a good listener. Don’t read notes.

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Monitor the energy

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How to get audience back Getting the audience back to you is an art. You can talk loudly over the conversations . Some people use a fun sound-making toy. Use music. Before you want them to stop, start turning the volume up gradually so that they can’t help but become aware of it. Then stop the music abruptly. Be patient, it may still take a while for the conversations to die down completely.

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PRESENTED BY: HEENA HANDA(376) GUNJAN GARG(027) LAKSHAY MADAAN(372) PUNEET GARG COURSE : B-tech 5CSE1

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