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Presentation Skills:

Presentation Skills Receptive and Expressive Communication Skills By: Keshav Padia (A2305412352), Sawan Prakash(A2305412010), Hitangshu Sarmah (A2305411323), Rohan Babuta (A2305411278)

Stages of a Presentation:

Stages of a Presentation

Stages:

Stages Designing Delivering

Designing:

Designing

Designing:

Designing Big Consistent Clear Simple Progressive

Big:

Big Small Medium Large Even Larger

Consistent:

Consistent Differences Draw the Audience’s Attention Differences Should Imply Importance Use Inconsistency To Attract (Not Distract)

Clear:

Clear ALL CAPITALS ARE DIFFICULT TO READ Upper case Lower case are more readable Serif fonts look too busy and are less readable Sans Serif is a clearer and much more readable font style

Clear:

Clear Italics are also difficult to read. Instead use Normal or Bold font-faces Underlines may symbolize Hyperlinks . Use a different color instead.

Done: A. Designing 1. Big 2. Consistent 3. Clear:

Done: A. Designing 1. Big 2. Consistent 3. Clear Left: A. Designing 4. Simple 5. Progressive B. Delivering

Simple:

Simple T o o m a n y c o l o r s Too many fonts and font styles Always follow 6 lines and 7 words Don’t use cheesy clipart Use photographs wherever required No annoying transitions

Progressive:

Progressive Complexity of Interactions Mode of Instruction Individual Pair Group Direct Instruction Guided Inquiry Discovery Learning Individual Instructive Tools Individual Constructive Tools Social Constructive Tools Social Communicative Tools Informational Tools Too many in one go!

PowerPoint Presentation:

Complexity of Interactions Mode of Instruction Individual Pair Group Direct Instruction Guided Inquiry Discovery Learning Individual Instructive Tools Individual Constructive Tools Social Constructive Tools Social Communicative Tools Informational Tools Types of Instructional Tools Progressive & thus focused

Delivering:

Delivering

Delivering:

Delivering Communicate (Don’t talk) Tell them what you’re about to tell Tell them….. Tell them what you just told Summarize

Communicate (don’t talk):

Communicate (don’t talk) Communication is the Key Involve PEOPLE This builds your AUDIENCE Text only as a supporting medium Know if the audience is ‘with you’

Tell What You’re About to Tell:

Tell What You’re About to Tell A monotonous presentation is boring. People Lose Focus. Inform the people of the upcoming topic. Helps gain back the attention of the interested audience.

Tell Them…:

Tell Them… Know what they want to know. Elaborate the topic in brief – don’t bore them Keep moments where you, or the audience, make some noise – wake them up Reward them for listening

Tell What You Just Told:

Tell What You Just Told Topic and important one-words Why know it Smooth transition to next topic

PowerPoint Presentation:

B. Delivering 1. Communicate 2. Tell what you want to tell 3. Tell them… 4. Tell what you just told 5. Summarize Summary A. Designing 1. Big 2. Consistent 3. Clear 4. Simple 5. Progressive

Thank You for your Time:

Thank You for your Time A presentation by: Keshav Padia (A2305412352) Sawan Prakash (A2305412010) Rohan Babuta (A2305411278) Hitangshu Sarmah (A2305411323)

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