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Effective presentations and public speaking skills

  1. 1. Types of Effective presentations and public speaking skills Dr.C.Karthik Deepa Assistant Professor Department of Education Avinashilingam institute for home science &higher Education for Women Coimbatore cherrydeepa@gmail.com
  2. 2. Questions to ponder • Why speaking is important? • What are some considerations for planning speaking activities ? • How are some tips for promoting speaking in public/stage? ? Suitable titles for oral presentation
  3. 3. Oral Communication • Ability to speak well. • Ability to articulate ones knowledge & understanding, – use language creatively, – use and present material effectively in spoken form, whether in one's own language or a foreign language, • to display a command of structure, appropriate pronunciation, use of register, and range of vocabulary. • Oral Communication is the ability to talk with others to give and exchange information & ideas, – such as: ask questions, give directions, coordinate work tasks, explain & persuade.
  4. 4. Planning before speaking • Is it necessary to review the language to be used in a task? • Will the learners work in pairs or small groups? • How will learners be monitored as they complete task? • How will teachers provide feedback to students?
  5. 5. Multimedia • Multimedia refers to content that uses a combination of different content forms. – text – audio – still images – animation – video – interactivity content forms
  6. 6. Multimedia games and simulations • Multimedia games and simulations may be used in a physical environment with special effects, with multiple users in an online network, or locally with an offline computer, game system, or simulator.
  7. 7. Short impromptu presentation • Impromptu speaking is a speech and debate individual event that involves a five to eight minute speech with a characteristically short/no preparation time of one to three minutes. • The speaker is most commonly provided with their topic in the form of a quotation, but the topic may also be presented as an object, proverb, one-word abstract, or one of the many alternative possibilities
  8. 8. Tips for impromptu presentation • Open with a personal experience • Set and follow a structure –Real life examples –Small stories –Quotations –gestures • End on a strong note
  9. 9. Educational or training sessions • Training subject’s main points. • Explain key points, demonstrate procedures, and relate any other information trainees need to know. • Conclude with a summary of your opening overview. • Use repetition to help trainees grasp and retain information. • Always explain what trainees are going to see before you show a multimedia portion. • Use as much hands-on training as possible.
  10. 10. Educational or training sessions • Test frequently. • Involve trainees. • Repeat questions before answering them. • Analyze the session as you go. • Put yourself in their shoes. Give frequent breaks, especially for half-day or all-day sessions. • Solicit feedback on the training session.
  11. 11. Reference • http://www.educ.ualberta.ca/staff/olenka.bila sh/best%20of%20bilash/speaking.html • http://www.askmen.com/money/body_and_ mind_150/192b_better_living.html

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