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THE SLIDE PRESENTATION

To speak much is one thing, to speak well another”
Sophocles

30/05/2012

INDEX
The Slide Presentation…………………………………………………….3

Conditioning Yourself…………………………………………………………………3

Timing ……………………………………………………………….…4

The slides …………………………………………………………………………6

Coordinating the Slides and the Speech ………………………..……………..6

Transitions in a SlidePresentation……………………………...9

The peer review …………………………………………………………………….…..10

The Slide Presentation

Talking to an audience is a challenging task, it implies to deal with nervous; fears and doubting. Getting the audience attention while you are giving your speech it is not an easy work to accomplish.
What are the successful clues followed by important characters such as Steve Jobs and Martin Luther King to move completecrowds in favor of their ideas?
Jay Lehr suggests that you need to think about who makes up your audience and what you want to tell, with the audience foremost in your mind, consider your purpose and subject, your own personality, ability and the time you have.
You are suggested to write a draft of a speech, but don’t memorizing it nor reading it to your audience, let your slides or a brief outlinewith key words guides you. Make the speech in conversational tones with as much eye contact with the audience and the most important, construct a slide set, organize material carefully and practice with a reviewer.
Conditioning Yourself
Before any oral presentation, is better to prepare the presentation several days ahead of time, have someone review it, revise it.
At night before get a goodnight’s sleep, dress appropriately for the event and approach the talk with confidence and enthusiasm.
If you have questions about your presentation, it’s good option to talk with your major professor or other colleagues who can help you.
At many professional meetings, it is important to publish or hand out copies of an abstract before you begin your presentations. It’s a good idea to create awell-written abstract that it’s going to give you a great advantage because the audience is listening for what you have to say about the major points in that text.
The abstract must be short, just in case it works as handout for the meeting a list of pertinent references can accompany it, but the abstract itself should contain no literature.
Important things to remember:
The abstract is just animpersonal introduction to your subject.
It’s the moderator who can give a little more personal introduction.
Keeping mind “your speech is important but respect the limit time”.
If you feel nervous breathe deeply and use this feeling to make you alert, eager and animated.
You will get some confidence, if you remember that you are well-prepared.
Do not let your nervous make you talk fast,take your time and organize your ideas. (Speak slowly and loud enough so those in the back can hear you.)
Attract people attention, using eye contact.
Do not hold any object that can disturb your attention.
Practice in advance with tools as pointer, remote control and microphone because you have to deal with them while you are giving your speech. (Feeling comfortable with these tools, is the cluefor development of successful speech.)
Timing
Timing is also important during the preparation and delivery of any talk.
Summarize your remarks so that you can cover the significant points emphasizing and strengthen each point of emphasis within the allowed time.
McCown suggests you to start with your abstract and enlarge upon the points it contain giving some examples and details.Preparing and planning your speech could take at least 4 weeks. Make slides and other photographs throughout your study even with the facility of new tools you must complete your presentation one week before your presentation in order this time allows you to improve poor communication or correct mistakes given in the slides.
It is going to be difficult for you to set your own...
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