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Presentation Study Guide

Page history last edited by Béatrice H. Alves 11 years, 7 months ago

This is a great presentation made by a Brazilian at Harvard Extension School. Watch it and pay attention to his introduction, the topic, the construction, the visuals, the conclusion, the summing up and the invitation for questions.

 

What's happiness?

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You can also read this Presentation MasterClass part 1 and part 2.

 

Then decide what you want to work on.

 

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    1. 1.1         Opening a presentation
      1. 1.1.1.      Greeting and Welcoming your audience
      2. 1.1.2      Introducing yourself
      3. 1.1.3      Introducing participants to each other or to the audience
    2. 1.2        Introducing the presentation
    3. 1.3        Organizational details
      1. 1.3.1      talking about timing
      2. 1.3.2      talking about handouts
      3. 1.3.3      talking about questions
    4. 1.4        Getting the audience’s attention
      1. 1.4.1      Saying why your topic is relevant for your audience
 
 
     
Today's topic  
  1. Body Language 
  2.  Tips on Structuring your Presentation  
  3. Openings
    1. Openings – Surprising facts
    2. Openings – Rhetorical questions
    3. Openings – Interesting facts
    4. Openings – Anecdotes and stories
    5. Openings – Problems to think about
  4. Interactivity and Audience Participation
    1. Involving the audience with a poll or a vote
    2. Checking understanding
    3. Asking for comments
    4. Making sure you can continue
 
     
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To sum up
 
  1. 5.1  Signaling the end of the  presentation
  2. 5.2  Summarizing the main points
  3. 5.3  Making recommendations
  4. 5.4  Effective conclusion strategies
    1. Using questions
    2. Quoting a well-know person
    3. Referring back to the beginning
    4. Calling the audience to action
  5. 5.5  Ending the presentation
 
 
     
Time for questions    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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