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Public speech and presentation techniques

made by Veronica Fernandez Cespedes, Svetlana Otto, Emil Bikjanov and Ekaterina Tarasova

Group Pedagogy

on 24 April 2014

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Find: what exactly are you afraid of?
Presentation Advises
How not to be afraid of speeches?
How to present
Body language

How to speak?
Vocal intonation

How to make good presentation? Use of aids
Forgot material
Сonstricting suit
Eye contact
To be in derision
Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.
Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves.
Talk in terms of the other person’s interests.
Make the other person feel important - and do it sincerely.

Basic principals of Dale Carnegie

Don’t criticize, condemn or complain.
Give honest, sincere appreciation.
Arouse in the other person an eager want.
Become genuinely interested in other people.

Basic principals of Dale Carnegie

An audience that feels that you are comfortable will be comfortable in turn

Move naturally

An audience is more receptive to an open posture than a closed one

Open posture

The audience will focus more on your message if they feel that you are speaking directly to them

Eye contact

Your face is the first and most important attribute in making a good impression.
When you begin a presentation with a smile, your audience will receive your message more willingly.

Remember to smile

A person remembers a fact or a concept better when they can attach it to a movement or specific action.
Hand gestures

Body language refers to various forms of nonverbal communication, wherein a person may reveal clues as to some unspoken intention or feeling through their physical behavior. These behaviors can include body posture, gestures, facial expressions, and eye movements.

Body language

Frank Pucelik - a scientist, a specialist in the field of " Human Excellence ", author approaches to psychotherapy and Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP)
Franklin Pucelik

Task: during the year the first five minutes of any presentation look like a complete idiot.
Public speech and presentation techniques
made by:
Veronica Fernandez Cespedes,
Svetlana Otto,
Emil Bikjanov,
Ekaterina Tarasova
Rabah Lounici
How we persive information?
visual (sight involved here)
auditory (through hearing);
kinesthetic (based on feelings: taste, tactile, smell).
This is why good presentatian is so important
Good structure
Less text
Big size
More pictures and diagrams
Animation (but not to overload)
Different tools
Make Data Visualization Memorable
Best Colors for Your Presentations
Colors has Emotional Power
Low Contrast Colors
The Vibrating-Color
Complementary colors contrast each other to create a dynamic effect.
Analogous colors used together create a harmonious and unified feeling because two of the colors contain the third.

of men have some form of color blindness - red-green the most common.
Llimit the use of red and green to high contrast color combinations.
Pie Charts.
Limit 4-6 the most important slice
Divide by color or by exploding the slice.
Bar Charts.
Limit the bars to 4-8.
Tables to charts
Presentation Technique #1
Check the room and all the equipment before
Presentation Technique #2
Know your material and prepare yourself
Presentation Technique #4
"Time is Money". Make good structure and use the K.I.S.S. principle (Keep It Simple Silly) when designing a presentation.
Presentation Technique #3
Speak to the audience,, not read from screen, be open, positive and flexible
Presentation Technique #5
Choose good design template
Large audience
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