Select professional attire
Make a final check of facilities
Establish credibility and rapport with audience
a. Initial impression: posture, attitude, etc.
pitch, rate, projection, inflection, enunciation, etc.
c. Level of confidence: mannerisms, nervousness, etc.
d. Word choice: grammar, pronunciation, fillers, etc.
e. Cohesiveness and continuity
Use appropriate humor
Handle negative audience members
Apply proper media principles
Evaluating: Evaluate application of standards listed under objectives for
designing, and delivering
Refine listening skills
Presentation Software Skills
Reviewing software skills
Use appropriate layout (title slide, bulleted list, chart, etc.)
Prepare effective charts and diagrams
Use normal, outline, slide, and slide sorter views
Add effective transitions
Prepare and print slides, handouts, notes pages, and outlines
Building additional presentation software skills
Develop visuals for non-computer display
Fine tune slide shows
Customize templates in slide master and title master views
The course schedule lists the topic for each class period.
Three graded presentations and three practice presentations are critical to your learning in this class. They