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  1. How To Make Presentations That Teach And Transform Robert J. Garmston and Bruce M. Wellman Presented by Michael Johns

  2. What makes a presentation good? • The presenter • Judged By: • The way it is delivered • The way it is organized • The way the presenter feels about the topic being presented

  3. Five Stages of a Presentation Prepare Your Workspace Openings Body Closings After the close

  4. Preparing Your Workspace Arrive to the presentation area early Organize the entire presentation workspace Making final organizations in the order your content will be presented in

  5. Openings Establish focus Startling statements Anecdotes Relate to the Audience Establish Credibility

  6. Body Foreshadowing Bridging Give careful directions

  7. Closings Accomplishment – Make your audience feel they have learned something Plan how you are going to close in detail Plan to end earlier than what was scheduled

  8. After the Close Plan to stay after the presentation for questions This time should not be included with the time needed to pack up what you came with Ask the audience how your presentation went – keep notes for review later

  9. Audience

  10. Four Audiences Those seeking facts, data, and references – What? Those wishing to relate the topic to themselves – So What? Those who wish to reason and explore – Why? Those interested in adapting, modifying, and creating new ideas as a result of attending the presentation – What If?

  11. Balance to the Audience Language Use of images and graphs Citing references and providing a detailed bibliography

  12. Pre-assessment What could go wrong? Is audience attendance voluntary or mandatory How many people will be in your audience Are there any cultural or religious boundaries between you and your audience What will precede or follow your presentation

  13. Making Adjustments Adapt

  14. Presenter’s Nerves!

  15. Factors Audience size Audience importance Familiarity with audience Difficult topic being presented Presenter’s Experience

  16. Methods to Reduce Nervousness Breathe Walk Make faces Over prepare Mentally rehearse Prayer Written Notes

  17. Steps to a Good Presentation • Stages • Prepare your workspace • Openings • Body • Closings • After the close • Know your audience and speak to them • Calm Your Nerves

  18. Questions?