Transcript: PRESENT LIKE A COMEDIAN So what can we learn from comedians? 1. Research your topic and audience and know them well. 2. Practice your presentation aloud. 3. Have someone listen to you and give you feedback. 4. Familiarize yourself with presentation setup beforehand. 5. Create interesting and relevant visuals. 6. Focus your point of view and stay on topic. 7. Be concise and informative. 8. Remain personable and relatable for your audience. 9. Speak clearly and audibly. 10. Have fun! Be enthusiastic about your point of view. Louis CK: Margaret Cho: Demetri Martin: Audience Message Channel
Transcript: Presentation on Presenting Jesus Penaloza Gabriel Lafuente Anthony Piazza Allen Barrett Berlin Regisma Video Link Belicove, Mikal E. "5 Tips on How to Present Like Steve Jobs." Entrepreneur. N.p., 08 May 2012. Web. 29 Oct. 2014. Presentation Pitfalls. Youtube. N.p., 29 Dec. 2006. Web. 29 Oct. 2014. do not read off slides do not fidget/ seem nervous do not be redundant limit the use of "um" and "like" do not be monotone do not face away from your audience (be engaging) do not use unclear language do not make your presentation unreadable What To Do What Not To Do Works Cited What Not To Do Mistakes will happen. Here's how you can fix them. 1. Using note-cards to get back on track. 2. Be confident even if there are mistakes. 3. Use personal examples to lighten the mood. 4. If you are losing your audience, throw in something to re-interest them. maintain good eye contact with audience speak clearly & smile be prepared for presentation dress according to presentation make it interesting
Transcript: Informative Speaking HERE Persuasive Speaking Presented to you by: Garrett True; Mason Sheppard; Ethan Blythe; Esmeralda Alejos; and Elizabeth Vega A presentation on presenting Main Idea Informative Speaking Demonstrative Speaking Demonstrative Speaking "How to communicate effectively" Persuasive Speaking Three Major Types of Formal Presentations Creating Effective Introductions and Conclusions Reducing Anxiety Speaking Publicly pg279
Transcript: A chart is for continuous data. A histogram represents continuous data, for example observing the change of temperature. A graph is for measuring things like velocity. for example a car traveling at a certain speed or distance. How to make a graph Mislabeling the axis or data. Not always including titles. Misrepresent the data or the structure of the graph. 1) Enter the data on Excel 2) Highlight the data 3) Select what chart you would like to use. 4) Edit the data by adding a main title and one for the x and y axis to explain what is going on and borders why could graphs be misleading? Presenting Data. When should you use a chart/graph? 1) Enter your data into Excel. 2) Highlight the data. 3) Select which graph you would like to use. 4) Edit the graph by adding a main title, a title on the x and y axis and a border. How to make a chart
Transcript: Give your words meaning Put yourself in the shoes of your audience Make it matter By: Leroy White and Clloyd Smith Conclusion Design Practice concepts not content Chat up the audience Get interactive “A wise man speaks because he has something to say, a fool speaks because he has to say something.” -Plato “If you present yourself as perfect – we will not believe you and we will hate you. We like you when we see that you are imperfect like we are.” -Unknown CONFIDENCE is KEY! Keep eye contact Know your audience Be clear in your speech Preparation Delivery A Presentation on Presenting Dakara Nani? Which audience do you want!?
Transcript: Presentations 101 By Brian Arthur Know the style Style Convincing Situations Convincing Negotiating Selling Pitching Reporting Situations Reporting Studies Reports /relatories Projects Influencing Situations Influencing Interviews Congresses / Lectures Peer to peer / brainstorming Strategies Speech Practice the techniques of ...... Essentials Environment The space a, a, Know your subject inside - out Pacing a, Your Audience b, b, Use visuals - over 60% of people are visual Emphasis b, The structure c, Repetition is good c, c, Breathing,Pausing &Posture Your Time d, Confidence comes with practice d, Tone + Energy d, Presentation Structure Structure A presentation is like telling a story it has sections that you should design and follow to give shape,clarity and control and confidence. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSGqp4-bZQY Don't be afraid Phrasal verbs are used by natives a lot because they can make a message succinct and to the point. However, remember all phrasal verbs have normal synonyms that you may already know. Phrasal verbs Lead Volume Lead Sources Weekly Tasks 1. Review class material 2. Study the useful presentation language. Use in presentation. 3. Read through and recycle some phrasal verbs. 4. Analyse audios and Info-graph 5.Design presentation to describe data. Weekly Tasks Wins Place Client Logo Here Place Client Logo Here Place Client Logo Here Losses Place Client Logo Here Place Client Logo Here Place Client Logo Here
Transcript: things we need to talk EYE CONTACT look at who you are talking to LOUDNESS talk loud enough so people in the back of the room hear RATE OF SPEECH talk slowly HOW YOU SOUND 1. inflection: talking like a robot has no inflection 2. articulation: saying sounds the right way NOTES should be in front of you NOT in front of your face POSTURE stand with a straight back face the audience 6 components of an effective speaker larynx = voice box teeth soft palate brain hard palate nasal cavity lips tongue lungs
Transcript: How to: Design Create Deliver and Evaluate Quality Presentations Objectives vs Goal Goal the object of a person's ambition or effort an aim or desired result Objective Specific & Measurable ABCD Audience Behavior Condition Degree Design What I Did Presentation on Presenting Presentation Skills Training What I Learned Evaluate Communication is: 10% Words 30% Tone 60% Body Language Eye Contact, Facial Expression, Posture, Gestures & Movement 6x6 Rule for Creating Slides Six bullets or lines Six words per line No more than 36 slides or frames Create Deliver
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