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Effective Presentation Techniques Brian Wright University of South Alabama
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University of South Alabama - CIS 250 2 Planning Your Presentation First things to consider Purpose Audience Situation
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University of South Alabama - CIS 250 3 Purpose of Your Presentation Informative presentation Persuasive presentation Training presentation
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University of South Alabama - CIS 250 4 Needs of Your Audience What knowledge or understanding do you want the audience to walk away with? What are the demographics of the audience? Knowing your target audience will help ensure the info you provide will be useful, interesting, and relevant
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University of South Alabama - CIS 250 5 Setting and Location of the Presentation Dictates the level of formality Seating arrangement, size and shape of the room, size of the audience Also affects the medium you use and the size of your visuals required
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University of South Alabama - CIS 250 6 Developing Your Presentation 1. Identify main points or main ideas that are most relevant 2. Brainstorm and capture ideas, concepts, and information to be presented 3. Group ideas into natural associations; give each category a name or title 4. Organize groups in order of how they should be presented from most important to least important
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University of South Alabama - CIS 250 7 Parts of the Presentation 1. Introduction 2. Body 3. Conclusion
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University of South Alabama - CIS 250 8 The Introduction Enables you to capture the audience’s attention Sets the tone for the rest of the presentation Allows you to create a positive relationship with the audience and provides listeners with an overview or preview
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University of South Alabama - CIS 250 9 The Introduction (cont) Introduce yourself Briefly list any relevant credentials to establish credibility Give general overview of presentation to prepare audience for what will follow Tell audience how information presented will benefit them
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University of South Alabama - CIS 250 10 Capture the Audience’s Attention Anecdotal stories or personal experiences Surprising facts or questions about the topic Quotations, familiar phrases, or definitions
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University of South Alabama - CIS 250 11 The Body Contains the message you are trying to deliver Should be well-organized and follow a logical
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course CIS 250 taught by Professor Wright during the Spring '09 term at S. Alabama.

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