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How To Be a Good Presenter
Transcript of How To Be a Good Presenter
Speaking is not all words!
Meaning the actual words you use
Example: you might read from some notes
How you say your words
Example: you can show you are happy by smiling
Speaking without using your voice
Example: Picture cards or hand gestures
Some key points
Easy to Follow
- organised, has a flow
- interests you, at your level
- uses examples, uses humour
- interacts with the audience
- exciting, uses gestures
Don't Be Afraid, Be Brave!
- Introduce yourself
- Play a game to break the ice
- Do a presentation with your friends
- Be prepared - ask for help if you need to!
What makes a good presenter?
What makes a bad presenter?
Now it's your turn!
Good body language
• Stay upright, don’t slouch!
• Keep eye contact with the audience as much as you can
• Use your hands to demonstrate things
• Move around the room if you can
• Wear smart clothing
Vocal communication - how you sound
How quickly you speak
The tone of your voice
Volume - how loudly you speak
Pauses - the breaks in between your sentences.
Fear - what's the worst that could happen?
The most important things to remember are
Debate why your right and the other person is wrong
• Respect other people’s opinions
• Speak about issues that matter to you
• Sum up and finish with a clever sentence
Verbal - the actual words you use
Speak at your audiences level
Use words they'll understand
Use words you understand
Any Questions ?
Quick recap, Top Tips for presenters•
Be easy to follow
• Confident (Even if your nervous on the inside don’t let it show)
• Look at your audience as much as you can
• Speak at their level
• Involve your audience and ask them question
• Be prepared for question
• And Practise, Practise, Practise !