Published on June 14, 2013
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Basicsm n RAJUAre Great Presenters Born?orAre Great Presenters Made?Can Speaking be Taught?
Basicsm n RAJUPresenting Ability isa SKILL.It is a dynamic skill.Needs training & retraining.
BasicsSkills can be builtFear can be overcomeConfidence can be gainedm n RAJUSye
m n RAJUSpeaking Opportunities Students Seminars Group Discussion Viva, Job Interviews Teachers Academic Lectures In-house Presentations Paper Presentations
Four Ps of P S1.Planwhat, why, whom1.Prepareresearch, structurem n RAJU3. Practiserehearse, rehearse3.Presentlanguage, dynamics, attire
Guidelines1. Be prepared2. Be organized3. Be clear4. Be vivid5. Be natural6. Be crispm n RAJU
Guideline - 11. Be prepared2. Be organized3. Be clear4. Be vivid5. Be natural6. Be crispm n RAJUProfusePreparationPreventsPresentationPredicaments
Be PreparedKnow your purposeKnow your audienceKnow your subjectm n RAJUWhy? Whom? What? When? Where?How?
Know Your Purpose to Inform to Persuade to Inspire to Entertainm n RAJU
Know Your Audience Who? specific audience mixed audience Intellectual capacity Education Age, sex, beliefs, expectationsm n RAJU
Know Your Subject What do you wish to say List your major ideas Plan an outline Research & gather data Choose evidence, examplesm n RAJU
Guideline - 21. Be prepared2. Be organized3. Be clear4. Be vivid5. Be natural6. Be crispm n RAJU
Be Organized1. OrganizeOpening(get attention, state the purpose and preview)Body(main points, supporting information)Conclusion(summarize, restate the purpose, memorable ending)1. Arrange(Chronological / Spatial /Topical / Hierarchical)m n RAJU
Opening Ideas A Story A Question An Anecdote An Interesting Fact A Biographical Sketch Some Statistical Detail A Proverb or Quotationm n RAJU
Closing Ideasm n RAJU Summarize main ideas Refer back to purpose A question or challenge A quotation
Be Organizedm n RAJUTell what you want to tell,tell,tell what you have told.
Guideline - 31. Be prepared2. Be organized3. Be clear4. Be vivid5. Be natural6. Be crispm n RAJU
Be ClearClear ideasEasy languageSimple WordsSimple StructuresNon-verbal cuesCommonplace examplesSimple organizationm n RAJU
Guideline - 41. Be prepared2. Be organized3. Be clear4. Be vivid5. Be natural6. Be crispm n RAJU
Be VividBe enthusiasticBe energeticUse positive body languageUse audio-visual aidsm n RAJU
Be Energetic Pace for effect Speed up Slow down Pause Encourage the audience Humor Positive attitudem n RAJU
Body Languagem n RAJU• Global eye contact• Active movement• Good posture• Vibrant Tone• Impressive pace• Encouraging gestures• Pleasing smile
Useobjects, charts, video, slideshowsIntroduce the visual properlyFace the audience,not the visualUseobjects, charts, video, slideshowsIntroduce the visual properlyFace the audience,not the visualm n RAJUVisual Aids
Guideline - 51. Be prepared2. Be organized3. Be clear4. Be vivid5. Be natural6. Be crispm n RAJU
Speak from your heart Speak with enthusiasm Involve the audience Humanize Personalizem n RAJUBe Natural
m n RAJUInteractive PresentationUse1. Pair & Group work2. Eliciting3. Thought provokingquestions4. Activities and Games5. Technology
m n RAJUAsk QuestionsYes/No InformationClose-ended Open-endedTeacher initiated Student initiatedFactual Inferential/ExperientialLOT HOTRhetorical/LeadingThought-provoking
Guideline - 61. Be prepared2. Be organized3. Be clear4. Be vivid5. Be natural6. Be crispm n RAJU
Fit the time to the subjectm n RAJUBe Crisp
“Tell them what you’re going to tell them,tell them,and then tell them what you told them.”m n RAJUBe Crisp
“Know your stuff,know whom you are stuffing,&know when they are stuffed.”m n RAJUBe Crisp
PracticeLearn to speak in publicby speaking in publicagain and again and again.“The skill to do comes with doing.”– Cicerom n RAJU
Don’tm n RAJU Don’t read from notes Don’t read directly from screen Don’t turn back on audience Don’t slouch, hands in pockets Avoid non-words Don’t talk too fast
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