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  1. 1. MAKING EFFECTIVE ORAL PRESENTATION TOPIC: Submitted By: Aneela Mughal Submitted To: Sir Naeem Baloch Lecturer University of Sufism And Modern Sciences Bhit Shah
  2. 2.  characteristics of an Effective oral presentations planning an effective oral presentations Delivering an Effective oral presentation Content:
  3. 3. Introduction This Unit will help the prospective teachers to delivery effective presentation with confidence and clarity in front of other. The main purpose of this unit is to help them become good presenters who can convey information to others in an effective manner. Organize your thoughts. Start with an outline and develop good transition between section. Have a strong opening. Define terms early. Finish with a bang.
  4. 4. DEFINITION Oral presentation is one of the best platforms where non verbal cues are combined with effective verbal skills adding a broader aspect to your communication. it allows individuals to present their thoughts and views confidently in -front of a live audience.
  5. 5. EFFECTIVE ORAL PRESENTATION Delivering effective oral presentations involves three components what you verbal how you say it with your voice vocal and everything the audience can see about you visual for all three components maximize the signal to noise ratio Amplify what helps filter out what hurts. Verbally and as general rule do not write down and memorize or read your full text ,because than your presentation will sound like what it is a recited written text.
  6. 6. HOW CAN YOU MAKE A GOOD PRESENTATION EVEN MORE EFFECTIVE This page draws published advice from expert presenters around the world , which will help to take your presentations from merely ,good to great’. By bringing together advice from a wide range of people ,the aim is to cover a whole range of areas. whether you are an experienced presenter, or just starting out, there should be ideas here to help you to improve.
  7. 7. USE YOUR VOICE EFFECTIVELY The spoken words is actually a pretty inefficient means of communication, because it uses only one of your audiences' five senses. That's why presenters tend to use visual aids, too but you can help to make the spoken word better by using your voice effectively. Varying the speed at which you talk, and emphasizing changes in pitch and tone all help to make your voice more interesting and hold your audience’s audiences attention.
  8. 8. FIVE STEPS TO PREPARING AN EFFECTIVE ORAL PRESENTATION ANALYZE YOUR AUDIENCE The first Step in preparing a presantation is to learn more about the audience to whom you ‘ll be speaking. It’s a god idea obtain some information on back grounds, values and interests of your audience so that you understand what the audience members might expect from your presantation .
  9. 9. SELECT A TOPIC Next, if possible select a topic that is of interest to the audience and to you it will be much easier to deliver a presentation the audience finds revenant, and more enjoyable to research a topic that is interest to you.
  10. 10. DEFINE THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PRESANTATION Once you have selected a topic , write the objective of the presentation in a single concise statement. The objective needs to specify exactly what you want your audience to learn from your presantation use this statement to help keep you focused as you research and develop the presantation .
  11. 11. PREPARE THE BODY OF THE PRESANTATION After defining the objective of your presantation, determine how much information you can present in the amount of time allowed. Also use your knowledge about the audience to prepare a presantation with the right level of detail. you don’t want to plan a presantation that is too basic or to advanced the body of the presantation is were you present your ideas.
  12. 12. PREPARE THE INDRODUCATION AND CONCLUSION Once you've Prepared the body of the PRESANTATION decide how you will begin and the talk. Make sure the introduction captures the attention of your audience and the conclusion summarizes and reiterates your important points. In other words, ‘’tell them what you’re going to tell them. Tell them. Than, tell them what you told them only the main idea you help the audience remember them.
  13. 13. PLANNING AN EFFECTIVE PRESENTATION Aims and objectives this study guide offers you an insight into the process of planning an effective presentation .it focuses on the importance of the presenter’s relationship with the audience and suggests key strategies for making an impact. An effective presentation makes the best use of the relationship between the presenter and the audience. It takes full consideration of audience ‘s their confidence and achieves the presenter ‘s objectives .careful planning is essential.
  14. 14. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE. Defining your audience will help you create a presentation best suited to their needs. understand how your topic is relevant and how it will benefit their needs. Know what they expect to learn and take away from their time with you.
  15. 15. CHOOSE THE METHOD How you deliver a presentation is a critical piece of the message itself. You goal must be to engage your audience and influence them to act upon what you have to say. Invest time choosing a presentation method that resonates with your audience, maintains their attention and clearly articulates your data.
  16. 16. SCOPE THE TOPIC Content is critical in making your presentation a meaningful use of time. Content must be correct, factual and well-organized. Ideally, you would have the opportunity to understand your content before giving a presentation; however, sometimes we must present on topic outside of our comfort zones. supports your massage and helps provide answers to the most likely questions knowledge of the topic you can tailor your research and fact –gathering accordingly.
  17. 17. ORGANIZE THE CONTENT Once you’ve set up your slides and begin practicing, you may find the content needs reorganization. You may discover information flows better in a deferent sequence than first thought. Use the slide-sorting feature to change the slides order as necessary. Mindfully considering the sequence and flow of data will also help you remember where everything is throughout the presanction . in case you need to jump ahead to answer a question ,you'll have a better idea of where the information..
  18. 18. PROTECT TIME Nothing can lose an audience’s attention quite like that of presentation running over time. since professionals spend so much time in meetings, they are likely operating on a tight schedule and have somewhere else to be. When you practice your presentation, time yourself. one rule of thumb is to ensure your presentation can fit within 80 present of the time allowed. If your presanction has an hour allotted, practice giving it in 45 minutes this ensures there is adequate time mind your time and you’ll make such an impact on the audience.
  19. 19. ORAL PRESNTATION SKILLS Some people have an innate talent for public speaking. Most of us, however, have to work hard to get up in public and give good talk. Next time you have to make a presantation to a group or in class, check out these tips to help you prepare, organize ,and deliver your speech as well as create visual aids to accompany it and answer question when it's over.
  20. 20. DELIVERING AN EFFECTIVE ORAL PRESENTATION Delivering an oral presentation in conference and meetings can seem daunting how ever, if delivered effectively, it can be an invaluable opportunity to showcase your work in front of peers as well as receive feedback on your project.in this ‘’how to article, we demonstrate how one can plan and successfully deliver an engaging oral presentation.
  21. 21. 1. Multimedia: Uses high teach equipment to project images and sound from a computer the internet are sound system. 2. Still Projection Option: Project still unanimated image 3. Board And Flipchart: Enhances group discussion and help create an informal environment. 4. Hard Copy: Provide Details Information To Augment Visual Aids In A Specific Section Of The Presentation TYPES OF PRESENTATION VISUALS
  22. 22. BODY LANGUAGE Stand rather than sit when you are delivering your presentation. Be aware of any repetitive hand gestures or awkward mannerisms that might irritate your audience.
  23. 23. VOICE QUALITY You must be clearly audible at all times – don’t let your voice drop at the and of sentences. If you very your intonation, your voice will be more interesting to listen to and you will be able to make your points more effectively.
  24. 24. VISUAL AIDS You your visual aids confidently, making sure you allow your audience time to absorb information from flipcharts and transparencies.
  25. 25. REFERENCES 1. http://boomersplus.com 2. http://tutorial.istudy.psu.edu 3. http://skillsyourneed.com

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