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Presentation skills

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Preparing a presentation: Decide the objectives, what do you want to achieve? Analyse the audience, what do they want? Gather and review your material, Select the essentials; discard unimportant details, Plan timing, Prepare notes, Rehearse.

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  1. Presentation skills
  2. Preparing a presentation  Decide the objectives, what do you want to achieve?  Analyse the audience, what do they want?  Gather and review your material  Select the essentials; discard unimportant details  Plan timing  Prepare notes  Rehearse
  3. Three main parts Introduction Main body Conclusion Introduction  Establish rapport; include/involve the audience  Explain your plan  Set the scene and explain why what you have to say matters to the audience
  4. Three main parts Main body  Deliver your message  Develop your arguments  Support with facts, evidence, examples  Key ideas and facts presented in logical structure
  5. Three main parts Conclusion  Repeat main points  Emphasise message  Tie together individual points in main body  Leave the audience with positive feelings
  6. Visual aids Visual aids can greatly enhance learning BUT: Keep It Short and Simple (not like this!)
  7. Top tips  Don’t try to get too much on the screen at once  If you do try to get too much on at once no one will be able to read it  Try to use 24pt or above at all times  Try not to have too many separate points on one slide  Restrict yourself to only about 5 items at most  Try to make sure each items is no more than 2 lines long at the most because if you make them very much longer than that it becomes increasingly difficult for people to follow what it is you are trying to say and they will give up trying to read the slides at all  If you can still read this now at the back of the room, you must have very good eyesight  This is getting very silly now but I will keep on adding a couple more lines so this gets really small  How much more can I possibly get in just to make a point  I hope that you can see that this is a really bad slide!  It certainly seems pretty awful to me This is an example of how not to do it!
  8. Top tips  Don’t try to get too much on the screen at once  Make sure your audience can read it  Consider introducing points one at a time  Don’t just read the OHP/slide
  9. Doing it!  Make sure material is well organised  Get to know it really well  Visualise yourself delivering a successful presentation  Rehearse standing up and with all visual aids
  10. Doing it!  Breathe deeply before starting to speak  Relax with simple techniques  Remember that your audience are on your side and want to like what you do
  11. Capturing your audience  Reach out to them; make it all Us instead of Us and Them  Vary your voice (volume, emphasis, pace)  Project without shouting  Pause until it hurts
  12. Capturing your audience  Bring the material to life with examples, analogies, anecdotes  Stay relaxed by moving  Keep good eye contact
  13. Common Problems  Nerves  Screen gazing  Note reading  Voice dropping  Personal mannerisms
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