Month April

  • Speech Presentation

    Preparing for a presentation / speech to an audience always takes longer than you think. So the golden rule – LET'S GET TO PREPARE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE! 1. A clear definition of the problem to describe myself paper, a clear definition of the problem and its importance to you, a particular social group, audience, etc. That is, before you go further in preparing a presentation or a speech to an audience you as a speaker need for a clearly defined problem and the issues at stake. If you fail to do so in the beginning, it is unlikely you will achieve good results during training. And even more unlikely that you will be able to to do with speech. In any case, an incomplete understanding of the topic and question the speaker is always felt. 2.

    Study subjects Conduct research topics. Collect material that relates to the problem for the versatile consideration. Facts, history, and even cases that are relevant to a particular topic. The opinions of people, celebrities, etc. Sometimes it is good to start with a presentation of someone else's quote, which provides food for thought for listeners and to you for opening theme.

    3. The logical sequence of Tell a story in a logical sequence. Best of all information absorbed by people, if it is presented logically and consistently. Not recommended sudden transitions from one issue to another. If the presentation reviews several issues, discuss them sequentially. And on to the next topic should proceed only after a withdrawal of the previous question. 4. Keep the key concepts of key concepts. And do not pay particular attention to detail and unnecessary detail. You probably do not notice just how often the speakers gone into the deep jungle of students details. Such presentations usually no one is listening. They seem to be many boring and uninteresting. You really want to see the indifference and boredom on the faces of the audience? 5. On the most important to least important if you are considering a lot of key points, organize them with the most important to least important. If you do not have enough time, you can skip the less important. It is very convenient. Thus, you can also select the most important thing that is likely to remembered by the audience more. 6. Short Sentences Keep your sentences short. 10-12 words in a sentence is ideal for this purpose. Just in this mode, people usually talk. And on your slides (if they are) best describe the main points, key phrases, not complete sentences. Information is better received in the case of short and vivid observations rather than typing. 7. Re-read the meaning of your suggestions several times. See to it that every important idea has been properly transferred to the words. Ask yourself whether this is the most appropriate word in this case? Disclose whether it has meaning correctly? Whether you're new to Most words, definitions, terms or jargon? That's all there is to know about preparing for a presentation. I hope these recommendations will serve you well.

    continue reading