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You Will Learn . . . :

You Will Learn . . . Create an exciting and relevant presentation Develop visual aids and handouts Confidently deliver your presentation. AKASH BANSAL 2

Your Experience:

Your Experience AKASH BANSAL 3 In your group. . . Think about the good presentations you have seen. Use this knowledge to say how the bad points could be corrected.

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Bad points: Correction Couldn’t understand speak slowly and clearly his language He was far too loud moderate voice Lost his place in presentation have notes in order The equipment didn’t work check equipment before when he started He got angry with people don’t show anger etc AKASH BANSAL 4

The Content:

The Content AKASH BANSAL 5 Title : Short and ‘attention grabbing’ Introduction : [20% of time] Set the scene & state the main message Answer questions like "What does it do?" "What is it for?“ Try using a picture, quote or key question. Body of presentation : [60% of time] Select small, relevant parts Describe each part of your topic. Focus on what is most important to the audience.. Conclusion : [20% of time] A memorable summary!!! Re-state the main message.


Location In your group. . . Discuss the location that you will use. Consider: Temperature Lighting Space Sounds Technology

Visual Aids:

Visual Aids AKASH BANSAL Good visual aids are a wonderful addition to your presentation and help the audience understand and remember the main points! Poor visual aids make your presentation appear poor and not worthy of remembering!

Guidelines for Aids:

Guidelines for Aids AKASH BANSAL 8 Relevant & simple Don’t have too many Use appropriate colors for text and background Use reasonable font size Make images appropriate to the audience


Handouts AKASH BANSAL 9 Question : When do people read handouts? They don't !! Handouts are not a: text version of your talk copy of your visual aids your science paper Handouts are a: reminder of your main message important notes to take away a call to action instructions for follow-up action

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Handouts Individually. . . Plan a handout to accompany your presentation. An eye-catching design Helpful layout One idea per part Simple language Remember, to be successful handouts must use: AKASH BANSAL 10

How to give the good presentation :

How to give the good presentation AKASH BANSAL 11 Use eye contact; look at the audience Be clear but vary your voice Be natural and relaxed Be enthusiastic, friendly and confident Use a conversational tone – don’t try to be formal Dress appropriately, in keeping with the audience Use simple words and avoid long sentences .

Engaging the Audience:

Engaging the Audience AKASH BANSAL 12 The aim of a presentation is not just to talk about a topic, show pictures or play an audio tape but……. to provide the enough knowledge to the audience with an experience to remember.

Things Not to Do:

Things Not to Do Use jargon Go over time Use text that can’t be read Use clinches Apply verbosity Stare at one point Distracting actions AKASH BANSAL 13

Nervousness [butterflies in the stomach]:

Nervousness [butterflies in the stomach] AKASH BANSAL 14 When you are nervous, you body adjusts by changing your blood pressure and increasing your adrenaline level. You turn red, shake or perspire…….. To compensate, try some physical actions to relax – take a deep breath. Make sure you know the room, audience and materials. Avoid using unfamiliar equipment especially if it needs precision motions. Visualize yourself giving the presentation, memorize your introduction and practice, practice, practice!

The Rehearsal:

The Rehearsal AKASH BANSAL 15 Individually. . . Rehearse the presentation with your group. Have the group make suggestions for improvement. Sample

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Presentation Skills Thank you! AKASH BANSAL 16

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