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HOW TO DO A GOOD PRESENTATION?

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David Oliu

on 27 March 2014

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Transcript of HOW TO DO A GOOD PRESENTATION?

HOW TO DO A GOOD PRESENTATION?
STEP 2: PREPARE
DEFINE THE STRONG POINTS OF THE TOPIC
STRUCTURE YOUR IDEAS


STEP 1: PLAN
TIPS
Things I should bear in mind when presenting
USE YOUR DIGITAL SUPPORT WISELY
NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES

NOW YOU ARE READY TO DO YOUR PRESENTATION!!!
b) CHOOSE ONE TOPIC
What are you going to talk about?
c) RESEARCH YOUR TOPIC

Think about possible ideas to include and look for websites to consult
a) BRAINSTORMING OF TOPICS
Try to consider:
What am I going to say?
How am I going to say it?
STEP 3: PRACTICE THE PRESENTATION
Organize a structure
1) Introduction
2) Body
3) Conclusion
USE RESOURCES AND TOOLS
Images, videos, graphics, etc.
REHEARSE AT HOME!
-Ask friends/parents to listen to you
STEP 4: PRESENT IN CLASS
Construct
simple,

short
sentences
-Don't turn your back to the audience!
KEEP YOUR HEAD UP, SPEAK CLEAR AND SLOWLY
REVISE YOUR TIMING
PRACTICE YOUR PRESENTATION AS MUCH AS YOU CAN
http://www.ted.com/talks/thomas_suarez_a_12_year_old_app_developer
Try to think about good things he used during his presentation...
1) Explain what you are going to tell

2) Tell it to the audience

3) Summarize the main points
Avoid Too many bullet points
Avoid Too many bullet points
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Avoid Too many bullet points
Avoid Too many bullet points
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Avoid Too many bullet points
Avoid Too many bullet points
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Avoid Too many bullet points
Avoid Too many bullet points
-Too much information in one page. Too much information in one page. Too much information in one page. Too much information in one page.
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1) DO NOT USE TOO MANY SLIDES
(8-10 are enough)

2) KEEP THE SLIDES SIMPLE WITH KEYWORDS (20-25 words is plenty)

3) USE NON-VERBAL MATERIALS (e.g. pictures, drawings)





THE GOLDEN RULES

-Select appropriate colours!

THE MAIN FUNCTIONS OF PRESENTATION TOOLS ARE:

TO ATTRACT ATTENTION
TO HELP UNDERSTANDING
TO HELP RETENTION
TO GIVE VISUAL PLEASURE




PRESENTATION TOOLS (Power point, Prezi, etc.)

My tailor is rich.
My tailor is rich.

USE IMPROVISATION
If you do not find the right word try to say it in another way.
EYE CONTACT
Look at the audience
MANTAIN A GOOD POSITION
AVOID TOO MANY HAND GESTURES
AVOID PLAYING WITH YOUR HAIR
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