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Giving Presentations. P.P.Thakur Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon – 444 303. Presentations- The 3 Steps. Developing Content Choosing Proper Audio-Visual Aids Presenting the Contents. Developing Content.

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    1. Giving Presentations P.P.Thakur Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon – 444 303

    2. Presentations- The 3 Steps • Developing Content • Choosing Proper Audio-Visual Aids • Presenting the Contents P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    3. Developing Content • A presentation is a talk on some concept or idea. • An idea must first occur to you. • Decide whether your objective is to inform or persuade. • Collect information. Do research as much as possible. • Acknowledge the sources. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    4. Decide your objective P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    5. Developing Content… • List your main points. • (To be included in your slides/cue cards.) • Develop your argument. • Elaborate the main points. • Support with reasons. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    6. Developing Content… • Write down the script of your talk. • (Not to be included on your slides/cards.) • Give a list of further reading/references. • Use charts/graphs/pictures/audio/video etc if applicable. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    7. Developing Content • Prepare a slide for brief summary/recap at the end. • Must have a Beginning-Middle-and an End. • Must provide an answer to two questions: • SO WHAT ? • WHO CARES? P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    8. Choosing Proper Audio Visual Aids • Different A/V aids for presentations are: • LCD Projector + PowerPoint. • OHP (Over Head Projector). • Slide Projector. • Note cards /Cue Cards. • Flipcharts/Blackboards/Whiteboards • Interactive Whiteboards. • Visualizers. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    9. Audio Visual Tools for Presentation Slide Projector Over Head Projector (OHP) Note Cards Flipcharts Visualizer P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    10. Choosing Proper Audio Visual Aids… • Choose the one most suitable for you. • You may choose one or more. • Make sure you are comfortable with it. • Know the technical operations properly. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    11. Presenting the Content • Tell them what you are going to tell them. • Tell them what you want to tell them. • Tell them what you have just told them. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    12. Presenting the Content • Opening remarks. • Stating the purpose. • Give an outline. • (Tell them what you want to tell them.) • Switch between points if necessary. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    13. Presenting the Content… • Emphasize important points. • Draw attention to visuals. • Keep the audience involved. • Summarize and conclude. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    14. Presenting the Content… • Invite questions. • Be tolerant. Be brief. • Don’t enter into lengthy arguments. • Maintain proper posture. • Maintain proper pitch and tone of the voice. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    15. Presenting the Content… • Good and positive body language and neat appearance is necessary. • Avoid hurting remarks and disrespectful comments. • Show courtesy. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    16. Some Tips… • Don’t block the screen. • Don’t pace up and down. • Avoid clichés and scripts. • Don’t turn your back on the audience. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    17. Some tips… • Try operating the PPT yourself or talk to the person operating it for you beforehand. • Avoid too many animations. • ‘Rehearse’ as many times as possible. P. P. Thakur, Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon 444303

    18. Any Questions ? P. P. Thakur Assistant Professor of English, G.S. Science, Arts & Commerce College, Khamgaon- 444 303 (Maharashtra)