Presentation Technique Tips Tricks Crash Course xx

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Presentation Technique: Tips & Tricks : 

Presentation Technique: Tips & Tricks 1

Presentation Techniques : 

Presentation Techniques Your Options? 2

Slide 3: 

Options Speech PowerPoint slides Video sequence(s) Poster / Photo exhibition/show Sketch / Role Play Ballad / Opera Interview How do you decide? Advantages Disadvantages Importance of framework 3

Agenda in full : 

Agenda in full Framework Presentation Plan Timing Developing Your Script Visual Aids Preparing Delivering Feedback Evaluating Including Workshop Tasks 4

Agenda - 2 : 

Agenda - 2 Presentation Plan Tell them what you are going to tell them Tell them Tell them what you have told them 5

Agenda - 3 : 

Agenda - 3 Timing Plan your material to fit the time allotted, so consider Amount of information Group presentation Number of (posters/slides...) 6

Agenda - 4 : 

Agenda - 4 Developing Your Script Brainstorm Mind map Complete script or Cue cards with keywords Structure Introduction Body Ending/Conclusion 7

Agenda – 5 : 

Agenda – 5 Visual Aids (1) How and What? KISS - Keep It Short and Simple Types of Visual Aids Text (as seen here) with bullets Tables, charts, graphs, diagrams Graphics Illustrations, photos, pictures Media clips: Video, sound… Animations …… 8

Agenda – 5 : 

Agenda – 5 Visual Aids (2) Why? To provide structure and order To highlight specific points To keep your audience’s attention To keep yourself on track 9

Workshop Task: Effective Presentation? : 

Workshop Task: Effective Presentation? 10

Workshop Task: How NOT to Make a PowerPoint Presentation : 

Workshop Task: How NOT to Make a PowerPoint Presentation Title: ”Life After Death by PowerPoint” (4:24) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpvgfmEU2Ck&feature=player_embedded# http://vodpod.com/watch/1561177-life-after-death-by-powerpoint 11

Workshop Task:Follow-up on “Life After Death by Power Point” : 

Workshop Task:Follow-up on “Life After Death by Power Point” Note down the 8 most common mistakes when making a PPT: 1. ____________________ 2. ____________________ 3. ____________________ 4. ____________________ 5. ____________________ 6. ____________________ 7. ____________________ 8. ____________________ 12

Answers to Workshop Task:Follow-up on “Life After Death by PowerPoint” : 

Note down the 8 most common mistakes made when making a PPT: 1. Every word on the slide (crowded & boring) 2. Forgetting spell check 3. Too many bullet points/key message gets lost 4. Bad colour scheme (distracting/confusing) 5. The more PPT slides, the less useful your talk 6. Packing data (the more data, the less effective) 7. Too much animation ? less effective 8. Choice of font Courier New = organized/structured) Mathis = artistic Times New Roman = lazy/default/standard Answers to Workshop Task:Follow-up on “Life After Death by PowerPoint” 13

Agenda - 6 : 

Agenda - 6 Preparing Check your visual aids Number your cue cards! Practice Practice Practice The more prepared you are, the more self-confident you will feel ”If you fail to prepare, prepare to fail” 14

Agenda – 7 : 

Agenda – 7 Delivering (1) Non - Verbal Communication Workshop Task: Video clip on body language: Title: ” How to use body language to improve your presentation” (2.56) http://www.bnet.com/2422-13722_23-162643.html 15

Workshop Task:Follow up on: ”How to use body language to improve your presentation” : 

Workshop Task:Follow up on: ”How to use body language to improve your presentation” What is said about the 3 techniques mentioned in this video clip? Eye contact: Body posture: Hand gestures: 16

Agenda – 7 : 

Agenda – 7 Delivering (1) Non - Verbal Communication Workshop Task: Video clip on body language: Title: ” Tips on Body Language”. (2.23) http://www.blog.public-speaking-singapore.com/public-speaking-tips/youtube-video-public-speaking-tips-on-body-language/ 17

Workshop Task:Follow-up on “Tips on Body Language” : 

Workshop Task:Follow-up on “Tips on Body Language” Listen to the tips given here and note down the main points Posture? Walking? Hand gestures? Use of podium? Gestures? 18

Agenda - 7 : 

Agenda - 7 Delivering (2) Non-Verbal Communication Summing Up Posture – relaxed, not stiff Talk to audience – not to slides Gestures – natural, everyday Facial Expressions – show interest Eye Contact – to establish rapport & to get feedback from your audience Moving – a few steps to the side or to your audience Dealing With Nerves – Breathe! Pause – Count to 10; your audience also needs a break! 19

Agenda - 7 : 

Agenda - 7 Delivering (3) Para-Verbal Communication Using your voice Monotonous, lifeless tone Too fast Too quietly or too loudly Project confidence and enthusiasm 20

Workshop Task:Non Verbal Communication? : 

Workshop Task:Non Verbal Communication? 21

Agenda - 8 : 

Agenda - 8 Feedback on How to Deliver an Effective Presentation Ask your audience: What was good? What needs to be improved? Ask your audience to illustrate with examples Use an evaluation form 22

Agenda - 8 : 

Agenda - 8 Feedback (2) The Body Language of Active Listening: Workshop Task What can you do to show that you are listening carefully to someone? “There is no greater gift to give to someone than your interest” 23

Agenda - 8 : 

Agenda - 8 Feedback (3) The Body Language of Active Listening: Facial feedback: Eye contact: Proximity / Personal space: Remove barriers: 24

Agenda - 9 : 

Agenda - 9 Evaluating Evaluation Form (1) 1. Introduction Clear main purpose? Attention-grabbing? 2. Body Clear structure? Clear transitions from one slide to the other? Appropriate amount of information? 3. Conclusion/Ending Summarises main ideas? Has a good impact? 25

Agenda - 9 : 

Agenda - 9 Evaluating Evaluation Form (2) 4. Delivering Appearance (clothes, posture, confidence)? Loud and clear? Use of voice? Rate of speech? Use of pauses? Eye contact with audience? Ideas supported by gestures and facial expressions? Relevant examples? Timing? 26

Agenda - 10 : 

Agenda - 10 Evaluating Evaluation Form (3) 5. Language Good vocabulary? Difficult words explained? Fluency? Correctness? Pronunciation? 6. Visual aids Relevant? Varied? Clear and readable? Managed well? 27

Workshop Task on Evaluating (1) : 

Workshop Task on Evaluating (1) Use the above evaluation form to evaluate a recent presentation or use it when preparing your next presentation 1. Introduction 2. Body 3. Conclusion/Ending 4. Delivering 5. Language 6. Visual Aids 28

Presentation Technique : 

Presentation Technique Thank you for listening and participating in this crash course I hope the tips & tricks will turn out to be useful 29

Extra: Watch this video on body language : 

Extra: Watch this video on body language In the wake of the first presidential debate between Barack Obama and John McCain, Dave Price speaks with author Dave Navarro for some insight into their body language. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fn_wDqqSUo4&feature=channel 30

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