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Chapter 12. Developing Oral and Online Presentations. Learning Objectives. Planning a presentation Developing a presentation Enhancing presentations with visuals Completing a presentation Delivering a presentation. Planning a Presentation. Planning. Writing. Completing.

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    1. Chapter 12 Developing Oral and Online Presentations

    2. Learning Objectives • Planning a presentation • Developing a presentation • Enhancing presentations with visuals • Completing a presentation • Delivering a presentation

    3. Planning a Presentation

    4. Planning Writing Completing The Three-Step Process Situation Adapt to the Audience Revision Delivery Information Preparation Medium Compose the Message Confidence Organization

    5. Analyze the Situation • Purpose • Audience • Circumstances

    6. Select the Medium Online Face-to-Face

    7. Organize Presentation Main Idea Scope Approach Content

    8. Presentation Outline • State your purpose and main idea • Organize your points and sub-points • Identify major points throughout • Plan transitions between sections • Prepare bibliography and sources • Choose a compelling title

    9. The Speaking Outline • Start with the planning outline, and simplify it • Condense points and transitions to key words • Add delivery cues for emphasis or visuals • Arrange your notes, either hardcopy or digital

    10. Summary of Discussion

    11. Developing a Presentation

    12. Adapt to the Audience Small Groups Large Audiences Casual Style Formal Style Elicit Participation Control Participation Simple Visuals Multimedia

    13. The Presentation • Introduction • The Body • The Close

    14. The Introduction • Get Audience’s Attention • Build Your Credibility • Preview the Message

    15. Presentation Body • Present Main Points • Connect Your Ideas • Hold Audience Attention

    16. Presentation Close • Restate Main Points • Provide a Clear Wrap-Up • End on a Strong Note

    17. Summary of Discussion

    18. Enhancing the Presentation with Effective Visuals

    19. Electronic Presentations Disadvantages Advantages Conception Simplicity Delivery Authenticity

    20. Choosing Slide Style Structured Free-Form Elements of Design Amount of Content Number of Slides

    21. Comparing Slide Styles More Less Free-Form Slides Amount of Time Level of Ease Structured Slides Less More

    22. Ineffective Slide Design • Lack of Awareness • Inadequate Training • Schedule Pressures • The Status Quo • Slideument Hybrids

    23. Design with Key Visuals • Structuring • Organizing • Explaining

    24. Readable Content • Highlight Key Points • Summarize and Preview • Signal Major Shifts • Illustrate Concepts • Create Interest

    25. Charts and Tables Simplify Minimize

    26. Select Design Elements Colors Background Foreground Typefaces and Styles

    27. Animation and Multimedia Transitions Builds Decorative Functional Hyperlinks Audio or Video

    28. Summary of Discussion

    29. Completing a Presentation

    30. Finalize Your Slides

    31. Effective Handouts Carrying Information Providing Supporting Details

    32. Presentation Methods Audience Speaking from Notes Reciting the Speech Subject Purpose Reading the Speech Occasion

    33. Practice Your Delivery • Confidence • Professionalism • Interpretation • Adaptation

    34. Summary of Discussion

    35. Delivering a Presentation

    36. Overcome Anxiety • Don’t Seek Perfection • Prepare and Practice • Visualize Success • Take Deep Breaths • Be Ready to Go

    37. Overcome Anxiety • Get Comfortable • Take a Short Break • Stay on Message • Make Eye Contact • Keep on Going

    38. Respond to Questions • Ground Rules • Preparation • Nonverbal Cues

    39. Respond to Questions • Honest Answers • Control • The Hot Seat

    40. The Backchannel Advantages Disadvantages Support Credibility Feedback Control

    41. Work the Backchannel • Use Social Media • Monitor Feedback • Review Comments • Tweet Key Points • Set Expectations

    42. Online Presentations Advantages Disadvantages Cost Savings “Digital Divide” Convenience “Human Moments”

    43. Presentation Tips • Previews • Simplicity • Feedback

    44. Presentation Tips • Audience • Connectivity • Technology

    45. Summary of Discussion

    46. Developing Oral and Online Presentations