Presentation Skills - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

presentation skills n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Presentation Skills PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Presentation Skills

play fullscreen
1 / 54
Presentation Skills
313 Views
Download Presentation
gaye
Download Presentation

Presentation Skills

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Presentation Skills Dr. Seung Hwan Kang Computer Information Systems

  2. Outline • Presentation Skills

  3. What is a presentation? Planning the presentation Opening Kiss Talk to your audience I am here with you Watch what you say Show some movement Style Terminology Visual Closing Feedback Handling questions Referencing Outline

  4. What is a presentation? Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English • talk • way of saying / showing • proof • performance Do you want to take a question during the presentation?

  5. Planning the presentation • What, Where, When, How, Why, Whom? • Informational, Persuasive or Inspirational

  6. Before opening Don’t be a stranger Get a clue of their expectations

  7. Opening Catch the interest and attention of the audience

  8. "I just want to take a moment to thank you" Steven Jobs

  9. "I Have a Dream" Martin Luther King, Jr.

  10. “Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence” Robert Frost

  11. Kiss Keep it simple silly

  12. A Mother's Love relevant?

  13. About Payap University • Payap University has a long and rich history beginning in 1888 with the founding of the Thailand Theological Seminary. That seminary has now been integrated into Payap University as the McGilvary College of Divinity, one of eleven academic divisions comprising the university. Initially, seminary students were accepted after completing elementary school. High school graduation gradually became the pre-requisite for a seven-year bachelor of divinity (BD) course that was formally initiated in 1960. The second predecessor of Payap University was the McCormick Hospital School of Nursing, established in 1923. After first accepting students with minimal educational qualifications, in 1961 the School of Nursing made high school graduation a pre-requisite for entrance. Degrees awarded by these institutions, however, were not recognized as college degrees by the Royal Thai Government. Kiss? Relevant?

  14. About Payap University • Payap University has a long and rich history beginning in 1888 with the founding of the Thailand Theological Seminary. That seminary has now been integrated into Payap University as the McGilvary College of Divinity, one of eleven academic divisions comprising the university. Initially, seminary students were accepted after completing elementary school. High school graduation gradually became the pre-requisite for a seven-year bachelor of divinity (BD) course that was formally initiated in 1960. The second predecessor of Payap University was the McCormick Hospital School of Nursing, established in 1923. After first accepting students with minimal educational qualifications, in 1961 the School of Nursing made high school graduation a pre-requisite for entrance. Degrees awarded by these institutions, however, were not recognized as college degrees by the Royal Thai Government. (Source: About Payap University, http://ic.payap.ac.th/university/about.php)

  15. 1888, the Thailand Theological Seminary • ????, McGilvary College of Divinity integrated • 1923, the McCormick Hospital School of Nursing established • 1960, a seven-year bachelor of divinity (BD) course initiated (Source: About Payap University, http://ic.payap.ac.th/university/about.php)

  16. Talk to your audience Eye contact Ask questions Invite participation

  17. Eye contact

  18. Ask questions “That’s a good question” “I’m glad you asked me that” “Why do you think so?” “What do you think?” “I don’t have that information. I’ll try to find it out for you” What if I can’t answer it?

  19. Invite participation Let’s be positive! Do we really have a problem to deal with or an opportunity to take, and then we could move forward… Sustainable tourism development • do-the-right-thing while keeping economical success, • preserves cultural heritages, • understands ethical values, • respects an ecological community and its environment, • and more Problem (Opportunity?) in the inter. Conference, everyone says that “there is a problem” then … “I will present my finding, …” Oh, really?

  20. Audience

  21. Watch what you say “uhm” “ah” “you know, ... what I mean…” “maybe” “Sorry, I don’t know. Please just say it” “ You mean, you are not sure?” “Let me repeat it again for you, what I am trying to say is …”

  22. Show some movement I am here Taxi • Use natural gestures • But don’t turn your back to the audience

  23. Bad body language (source: How not to begin a presentation, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGZyG0Jchjo)

  24. Style • Algerian • Times New Roman • Arial, Verdana, Tahoma • Comic Sans MS • 28 font size, 24 font size, 18 font size, 16 font size • Color, Color,Color,Color,Color

  25. About Payap University • 1888, the Thailand Theological Seminary • ????, McGilvary College of Divinity integrated • 1923, the McCormick Hospital School of Nursing, established • 1960, a seven-year bachelor of divinity (BD) course initiated (Source: About Payap University, http://ic.payap.ac.th/university/about.php)

  26. Terminology ICT vs. Information and Communication Technology the H1N1 flu vs. the Swine flu vs. the Influenza A

  27. Visual aids • Use • diagrams, charts, pictures and video or movie clips to support your spoken material

  28. Example - informational • My wife has a dog • Her name is Judy • She is 8 years old • She loves to sleep

  29. Judy

  30. Google Location without GPS (Source: Google Maps for mobile with My Location (beta), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6gqipmbcok)

  31. Step 4 (cont’d) 4.2 reconfigure 3 4.1 identify 2 4.3 smooth out Figure 12.13 Resource Loading Table for Sample Network When Activity Float is Included, p. 391 9

  32. Step 4 (cont’d) 4.2 reconfigure 3 4.1 identify 2 4.3 smooth out Figure 12.13 Resource Loading Table for Sample Network When Activity Float is Included, p. 391 9 33

  33. Example - persuasive

  34. Research Quality at PYU

  35. Top 500 World Universities - Weightings by Criteria 60% number of papers & number of citations (Source: QS Quacquarelli Symonds, http://www.topuniversities.com/)

  36. Top 500 World Universities 2008 Number of Papers* 166 CHULALONGKORN University 2,671 251 MAHIDOL University 3,218 400 KASETSART University 850 *Total number of papers published in ESI indexed journals in the past 5 years (Source: QS Quacquarelli Symonds, http://www.topuniversities.com/)

  37. Payap University in 2014 “Better late than never, but never late is better”

  38. Example - inspirational

  39. What is your dream? “If it is already a dream, why not dream BIG?”

  40. Help people help themselves “Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”

  41. Closing Summaries your talk Expressyour own conclusion critically and analytically

  42. Do present a topic to the audience Don’t read straight from your slide Remarks

  43. Conclusion Practice makes perfect English proverb

  44. Feedback Make constructive, and useful statements or total silence?

  45. Giving feedback “Your arguments are stupid! No one would believe them” “I thought everything in the presentation was just fine”

  46. Receiving feedback “I think my presentation is perfectly clear; it doesn’t need any changes” “That’s an interesting point, Let me explain why … Thanks for your comment”

  47. Handling questions • Anticipate questions • Likely to ask questions?

  48. Handling questions • Repeat questions • Rephrasing the question “There are two questions, right? The first question is …” “That’s an interesting point. Let me clarify it before I answer it…” Q