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A student's guide to presentations : making your by Barbara Chivers

By Barbara Chivers

This publication provides readers an in depth advisor to the practise and supply of either person and staff displays. it's going to take them via all of the pratcial phases essential to whole a presentation and acquire first-class marks. The books contains: genuine existence examples illustrating potent presentation concepts; worthy information and illustations all through; a 10-step consultant to getting ready your presentation; pointers on utilizing PowerPoint; and a significant other website entire with a pupil source middle at Written in a transparent and available variety, this ebook could be crucial interpreting for either undergraduate and graduate scholars who've to behavior graded displays.

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3 Non-verbal communications. qxd 26 8/16/2007 5:02 PM Page 26 A STUDENT’S GUIDE TO PRESENTATIONS 1 Verbal communications We suggest five principles here: • Limit your use of jargon. Generally speaking, to be understood, the presenter needs to use vocabulary that is familiar to the audience. Too much jargon can distract the audience while they try to understand new meanings and applications. • Explain new or complex terms. When you use familiar words and phrases the audience will understand your content much more quickly.

Relax your shoulder blades and then roll them forwards. Stand tall again. 6 Learn to yawn more often. Learn to relax the jaws before the presentation by moving them around and by deliberately yawning to keep the jaws relaxed. However, it is probably a bad move to yawn during the presentation, unless you want your audience to fall asleep! 7 Practise smiling. You can relax the facial muscles by smiling. Not only will a smile to your audience relax your face but it will of course also relax your audience.

Good handouts can be used in the future and may give a ‘feel good factor’ to the presentation. The style and level of detail given in this documentation should be relevant to the presentation situation and audience needs. You will also need to think about how these documents will be used during the presentation. Will you give them out before the presentation so that the audience can use them to make their own notes, or will this approach distract their attention from the presenter or visuals on a screen?

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