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How to Present a GREAT Presentation

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Transcript of How to Present a GREAT Presentation

First: Be Organized
Nervous about speaking?
PRACTICE!
Next: PRACTICE!
Use your outline to verbally PRACTICE giving your speech, in front of an audience, preferably.
Make Eye-Contact
The whole purpose of creating an
outline
and using it to
practice
is ultimately so that you will:
Finally: Create Your Presentation!
Use PowerPoint, Prezi or Google Presentation to create a visually pleasing display.
To Recap:
Create an
outline
beforehand and use it to
practice
your speaking parts.
How to Present a GREAT Presentation
Thank you!
Make sure you use an outline to guide your presentation.
The outline should contain key points you plan to make and be organized to have:
I. An Introduction, which:
II. A body, containing the 2-3 main points you plan to cover
III. A conclusion, that should:
a. Engages your audience
b. Gives a brief preview of what you plan to cover.
a. Recaps your main points
b. Provides additional resources to the audience and doesn't end with "The end" or "That's our presentation."
Making eye-contact ensures you make a
connection

with the audience & can help you to
hold
their
interest
.
The audience is at the heart of your presentation: you create it for
THEM
.
Are you still nervous?
Here are some tips to help with that, too!
Don’t forget to practice your presentation once complete!
Are there any questions?
#1 thing you can do to help?
2. Focus on your ideas not the people!
3. Stay Confident –you are your own worst critic – monitor self-talk!
4. Nervousness is
normal
,
predictable
, and usually
not as visible
as it seems: do not seek perfection!
5. Visualize Your Success!
Don’t read
straight from your notes (or
SLIDES
) and make lots of
eye-contact
with your audience.
Use
visual aids
for the
audience’s benefit
and
keep them simple.
References
Textbook
Verderber, R.F., Verderber, K.S., & Sellnow, D.D. (2015). COMM 3. Wadsworth Publishing.
Boston.
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Photo Two
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Photo Three
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Photo One
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Photo Two
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http://1stlineoutsourcing.co.uk/1st-line-outsourcing-examine-hook-audience/

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Photo One
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https://youthefundraiser.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/nervous22.jpg
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