Lecture 1_Oral Presentations

Lecture 1_Oral Presentations - oralpresentations overview

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oral presentations
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overview elements of a presentation additional considerations delivery rehearsing
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elements of a presentation structure similar to that for written works: I. title II. introduction III. body IV. summary and conclusions V. q & a
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title the first thing your audience sees informative interest-provoking titles should be
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opener an attention-grabbing opener sets the stage for  the rest of the presentation definition of a problem striking statement rhetorical question personal experience appropriate quotation
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introduction remember… purpose context scope
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credibility your audience will gauge your expertise during your introduction delivery qualifications sources
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overview a preview of the presentation tell the audience where you are  going say provide a basic outline present as a bullet list
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body the meat of the presentation outline, as you would any document prove your point anticipate questions and objections think about transitions
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summary and conclusions go over what you have said, and draw  conclusions be sure to address original purpose leave audience with lasting thought provide conclusive statement to end solicit questions from audience
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end by asking if there are any questions thank each questioner if others might not have heard  question, restate it or incorporate it  into your answer thank the audience again at end
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don’t  say you don’t understand do  repeat it as you understand it and ask  if you understood correctly once you’ve finished, make sure you’ve  answered the question if you don’t understand the question
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