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Tips on preparing a public speaking presentation. To be used with the handout file.

Presented in ECC Public Speaking Workshop 2015, 3 March 2015 at Faculty of Language and Literature, Satya Wacana Christian University, Salatiga, Indonesia

Tips on preparing a public speaking presentation. To be used with the handout file.

Presented in ECC Public Speaking Workshop 2015, 3 March 2015 at Faculty of Language and Literature, Satya Wacana Christian University, Salatiga, Indonesia

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  1. 1. What’s in Your Mind? (and speak it up…) Neny Isharyanti
  2. 2. Why are you here? • Everything starts with the objective. • What is your objective in attending this workshop?
  3. 3. Public Speaking: Tidbits
  4. 4. Why do you need successful public speaking? • reducing your stress • eliminating miscommunication with others • enhancing self-esteem • getting a job • increasing prestige/status • professional success • improving organizational and personal image • etc.
  5. 5. You consist of… min d communicati on conte nt deliver y Blah blah blah blah blah Blah
  6. 6. Skills for successful public speaking conte nt deliver y researc h communicati on
  7. 7. Introduction to the Material
  8. 8. Video: Ernest Prakasa at TEDx Ubud • Read the background information on your handout pp. 1-2 to prepare for the video • Prepare to answer the questions about the video • Note anything interesting about the video • Let’s watch the video! • Discuss the answers and your note with the class
  9. 9. Content
  10. 10. Content • Research skills • Preparation for content  Topic  Purpose  Audience  Structure
  11. 11. Content: Topic  Finding a topic – ask  Selecting a topic -- brainstorm  Going deeper – read  Limiting the topic width – mindmap
  12. 12. Content: Purpose • to give information – trustworthiness • to make people do something – logic & appeal • to entertain – enjoyable • a mix of two or three
  13. 13. Content: Audience • Audience’s frame of reference? • Speak in your audience’s language
  14. 14. Content: Structure • Opening • Body • Closing • Question & Answer
  15. 15. Content: Structure | Opening • Attention Getter • Thesis statement and your position/ perspective/ appeal of the topic • Background of the topic • Aim(s) of the presentation • Structure of the presentation
  16. 16. Content: Structure | Body 75% of your presentation time • Point 1  Support/details for point 1 • Point 2  Support/details for point 2 • Point 3  Support/details for point 3
  17. 17. Content: Structure | Closing • Conclusion/summary of points in the body • Restating of the thesis statement and your position/perspective/appeal of the topic
  18. 18. Content: Structure | Q & A • If necessary
  19. 19. Points Ordering Depending on purpose and audience • Informing  The obvious to the least obvious  the least important to the most important • Influencing  cause and effect  if-then • Telling a story  chronological • Mix some ways of structuring
  20. 20. Delivery
  21. 21. Delivery • Communication skills • Steps  Planning your delivery  Delivering your presentation  Evaluating your delivery
  22. 22. Planning your delivery
  23. 23. Delivery : Planning the Delivery • Tools of presentation  Materials  Equipments
  24. 24. Delivery : Planning the Delivery | PPT • Size  Visible from the back of the presentation room  font size at least 24 pts  use only the top 3/4 or 2/3 of the visual.  Emphasis not in colors; use bold font face.
  25. 25. Delivery : Planning the Delivery | PPT • Background  same format for all slides with one or two choices.  Dark background & bright text for dark room  Light background & dark text for bright room.
  26. 26. Delivery : Planning the Delivery | PPT • Layout  only put small portion of information per slide; one subject matter per slide.  bullet points or simple sentences (no more than 40 words)  large amount of texts, large detailed pictures, diagrams, or tables in the handout, not on the slides.
  27. 27. Delivery : Planning the Delivery • Environment of the presentation  Place  Time
  28. 28. Delivery : Planning the Delivery • Practice, practice, practice  Self- practice  Mock presentation  Record the mock presentation
  29. 29. Delivering your presentation
  30. 30. Tips • Project enthusiasm • Look at your audience (or pretend that you do) • About Visual Aids • Be sensitive to the feedback from the audience • Get ready for questions
  31. 31. Evaluating your presentation
  32. 32. Steps • Question yourself • Comments/Criticism from the audience • Record analysis
  33. 33. Any questions?
  34. 34. Go ahead…
  35. 35. Let’s practice!
  36. 36. Mock-Up Public Speaking Event • See page 8 of your handout for instructions
  37. 37. neny@staff.uksw.edu @nenyish F 505

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