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Designing and Delivering Oral and Online Presentations

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Andreas Koehler

on 15 May 2011

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Designing and Delivering Oral and Online Presentations By Nathan de Bruijn and Andreas Köhler Today we will not be your presenters but your Quizmasters What can you win? Table of Content for the three-step process for presentations
Step 1 Planning your presentation
Step 2 Writing your presentation
Step 3 Completing your presentation Outline the 4 steps of step 1 Planning your presentation: 1. Analyzing the Situation
2. Gather information
3. Selecting the Right Medium
4. Organizing Your Presentation Step1: Analyzing the situation
-Defining your purpose
-Developing an audience profile
Interested but neutral
Hostile Step 2: Gathering Information Step 3: Select the right Medium
-Technology offers wide range of possibilities
-Planning is key to media selection Step 4: Organizing your Presentation
•Define your main idea
•Limit your scope
•Choose your approach
•Prepare your Outline Step 2 Writing your presentation.
Mention 3 of 6 ways of getting the attention of your audience during your introduction proposed in the book. 1. Unite the audience around a common goal
2. Tell a story
3. Pass around a sample
4. Ask a question
5. State a startling statistic
6. Use humor Step 2 Question 2
Connect the color to the right emotional association.
Emotional associations
Assertive, prosperous, envious, relaxed
Peaceful, soothing, tranquil, cool, trusting
Warm, bright, cheerful, enthusiastic 1. Consider sending preview study materials ahead of time
2. Keep your content-and your presentation of it-as simple as possible
3. Ask for feedback frequently
4. Consider the viewing experience from the audience's side
5. Make sure your audience can receive the sort of content you intend to use
6. Allow plenty of time for everyone to get connected and familiar with the screen they're viewing Step 2 Question 3:
Mention 4 of the 6 advices given in the book on how to make and online presentation successful. Step 3 Question1:
mention as much points from the book on how to overcome anxiety as you can!
1 point per correct answer 1. Prepare more material than necessary
2. Practice
3. Think positively
4. Visualize your success
5. Take a few deep breaths
6. Be ready
7. Be comfortable
8. Don't panic
9. Concentrate on your message and your audience, not on yourself
10. Maintain eye contact with friendly audience members
11. Keep going Handling questions responsively:
Prepare for possible questions
Pay attention to body language of the asker of the question
Say the question outloud
Answer the question which is asked
Answer honestly What is the most valuable part of a presentation? Are there any questions from your side?
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