New PDF release: A student's guide to presentations : making your

By Barbara Chivers

ISBN-10: 1849202206

ISBN-13: 9781849202206

This e-book supplies readers an in depth consultant to the coaching and supply of either person and workforce shows. it is going to take them via all of the pratcial phases essential to whole a presentation and procure first-class marks. The books contains: actual lifestyles examples illustrating powerful presentation options; useful information and illustations all through; a 10-step consultant to getting ready your presentation; tips about utilizing PowerPoint; and a spouse site whole with a pupil source heart at www.sagepub.co.uk/chiversandshoolbred. Written in a transparent and obtainable sort, this e-book may be crucial studying for either undergraduate and graduate scholars who've to behavior graded shows.

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This should prevent the presentation overrunning and will allow for some interruptions or delayed starts. We discuss working for group presentations in more detail in Chapter 6. Rehearse in the physical environment If possible, try to rehearse in the actual room where the presentation will take place. If you can, check the layout of the room before the event and look at the type of furniture available to see how formal or informal the room will be. Look at where the tables and chairs will be placed, how they are laid out and how far you will be standing from the audience.

However, to be able to present, explain or teach that content to someone else in the audience needs even deeper levels of understanding and this will probably use quite a large amount of your preparation time. If you are part of a group, some planning meetings will need to be arranged and communication through e-mails set up. Time will also be needed for preparing and testing visuals, models or demonstration materials and for rehearsing the use of technologies. Handouts and other supporting documents may need to be compiled, edited and copies made.

Using your brain 2. Thinking about excellent presenters Do you know somebody whom you consider to be an excellent presenter? A tutor, a friend or a television presenter? What is it that makes them good at what they do? Make time to observe them. Look out for such characteristics as: • body movements • gestures • eye contact • voice tone and pace • their powers of persuasion • the kinds of language they use Write down the points which you feel make the person a good presenter. Decide which of these you feel you are comfortable with.

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