• Select a topic of your interest or make the assigned topic
interesting for you and others.
• Think about your audience .
• Chalk out personal and public opinions.
• Brain storm.
• Cluster or prompt them.
• Mind- map ( organize the arguments).
• Connect the ideas coherently.
• Make a good beginning with confidence and fluency.
• Think of time duration and opt a logical conclusion.
• Go for the thematic sentences to control ideas.
• Select the pattern accordingly for the arguments
• Check your resources and references.
• Use flash cards if can …
• Practice, practice, practice…
• Mock Presentation…
• Record yourself ,if you can…..
Your presentations skills are just as
important as the information you are
presenting. This guide will help you
prepare for a presentation and polish
your speaking skills for a successful
• Lets Hit the Presentation
For some people, the thought of giving a
presentation is more frightening than
falling off a cliff, financial difficulties,
snakes and even death.
DEALING WITH PODIUM
• Audiences are forgiving
• Nervousness is usually invisible
• Be yourself
• Practice deep breathing/ visualization
• Begin in your comfort zone
DEALING WITH PODIUM
• • Check out the room in advance
• • Concentrate on the message
• • Begin with a slow, well prepared intro;
• have a confident and clear conclusion
• • Be prepared and practice
Dos = Yes & Yes
• You must have a cool posture (body language)
• Giving the proper Gesture
• Use prompt cards for the speech
• Understand the Environment
• Be clear and audible enough
• Be interesting by referring things to the audience
Lean on or grip the podium
Just read on & on
Just reel off the speech
Use a single gesture repeatedly
Cross your arms in front of your chest
Use obviously practiced or stilted gestures
Chew gum or eat candy
• Never let them out be of your sight.
• Look at their faces & eye ,make them feel that they are
influenced by what you say.
• • Speech
• • Pronunciation
• • Vocalized pauses
• • Substandard grammar
• • Rate of speech
• • Volume
• • Pitch or tone
• • Emphasis
• Analyze your AUDIENCE.
• Define what ACTION you want them to
• Arrange your ARGUMENT to move them.
ANALYZE YOUR AUDIENCE
• What are their names, titles,
backgrounds, reasons for attending,
etc…? (If need be…)
• What are their big concerns?
• What are their objectives, fears, hot buttons, and
• How much detail do they need?