Oral Presentation

Oral Presentation - Giving Speeches or Oral Presentation...

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Giving Speeches or Oral Presentation Three steps to oral presentation process Planning – analyse, investigate and adapt Writing – organize and develop Completing – revise, proofread, and deliver Step 1- Planning Defining your purpose; presentation style varies acc. to its purpose. They are; to inform, to explain, to persuade, and to motivate Identifying audience; gear the content, organization, and style of your message to your audience’s size, background, attitude and interests. Step 2 – Writing Organising o Defining the main idea – how is your message going to benefit your audience? o Limiting your scope – tailor your material to the time allowed as you would spend some time to introduce yourself, presentation (the whole plan – breaking it up in chunks – first I am going to do this, next this …), establishing rapport with the audience, providing background information, and giving an overview of topic. o Choose your approach – use the direct approach if the subject involves routine information or good news; use the indirect approach if the subject involves bad news or persuasion Plan your introduction to arouse interest and to give a preview of what’s to come For the body be prepared to explain the who, what, when, where, why and how of your subject. In the final phase of your presentation, review the points you have made
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2010 for the course MBA 4701 taught by Professor Wasif during the Spring '10 term at Andhra University.

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