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Presentation Skills

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Anisha Parmar

on 3 February 2015

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Transcript of Presentation Skills

Presentation Skills Workshop
Presentation Skills:
How to effectively engage with an audience
What will be covered today?
Anisha Parmar
UK Student Recruitment Officer
Staffordshire University
Visual Aids
Using a PowerPoint or Prezi
Delivery
How to deliver a presentation that is effective and powerful
Classroom Management
Dealing with difficult audiences
Hints and Tips
What else can you do in becoming a successful presenter?
1. Visual Aids
vis·u·al aid: 1.An item of illustrative matter, such as a film, slide, or model, designed to supplement written or spoken information so that it can be understood more easily
PowerPoint
OR
Prezi
REMEMBER...
Rule 3:
Rule 4:
Rule 6:
Rule 5:
Rule 2:
Clear and Concise
Information
Give the audience bursts of personal stories that can relate to the audience.
Audience
Be mindful of the audience you will be presenting too.
Rule 7:
Rule 1:
...Key points to consider when putting your presentation together...
Branding
Images
Think about the type of images you will be using based on the audience in question and does it reflect the topic you are talking about?
Less is MORE
Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information.
Do not overload your slides with too much information
. Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information. Do not overload your slides with too much information.
Experience
Planning and Adapting
When presenting think about adapting the style of your presentation to the needs of the audience, the facilities and the surroundings you have
So that gives you an overview of things to consider when putting your presentation together. What is next....
Task: Working in pairs
Discuss the difficulties you come across in a classroom
How do you cope with the situation?
Disruptive Audiences: Techniques to help you in the classroom
1. Move around the classroom/space - Subtly standing behind or around those who are disruptive

2. Ask the audience questions to engage them into the subject area

3. Do not ignore the noise as that will disrupt others. Ask the teacher or person in the room to help

4. Remain calm

5. Stop talking until the group realise they are being disruptive

6. Put your arm in the air and do a loud 5 second countdown
Classroom Management
*Remember not all will work but give them a go and find a technique you are comfortable with
We have discussed the visual aspect and now the classroom management. Next is how to deliver the presentation
Delivery
Remember:

It is a performance....we are not asking for theatrics just something engaging

So you must have an impact - even simple things such as a introduction about you can help
Understand your audience
Do not just talk at them...break it up with questions or a task
Walk around
Think about the pitch, tone and size of your audience
Be enthusiastic and energetic
Give time for the audience to react or absorb the information. If not ask if they have understood it, if not repeat
Plan audience interaction



Think about the questions you will ask
Show confidence, treat it as a performance - The audience needs to warm to you and most importantly buy into you
Understand your surroundings including the space, numbers around you, the equipment you have to use and location
Hints and Tips
Keep the audience focused on you not the presentation as its a point of reference

Know YOUR Story

Finally end with your contact details....
anisha.parmar@staffs.ac.uk
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