The Basics of Structure






‚Q@Show a preview of issues. Issues are your main messages of presentation. Write 3 or 4 issues down.

‚R@Focus on your issues at the top, and give supporting detailsifor example, facts, examples, data, etc.j.



Issue C











‚S@Communication Design

E     1 minute for a power point slide.

E     Simplify your issues.

E     Show recommendations directly.

E     Use suitable visual information as examples. ex) results of questionnaires






















‚T@Tips for Presentation

E      gImagineh your presentation by using a concept map.
It is important to put information into the right order.

E     General Procedure:

   1 giving a topic¨show issues(A, B, C)

   2¨supporting example (Evidence) for issue A

   3¨conclusion of A

   4¨supporting examples (Evidence )for issue B

   3¨conclusion of B

   5¨following the same way in Issue C.

   6 Confirm  the summary of conclusion

   7 Confirm the recommendations


‚U@Presentation skills

You need these elements below for an effective presentation.

Ø         Keep in eye contacts with your audience.

Ø         Find your supporters on the corners. Although not all the audience will support your opinions,

Ø         there are supporters who look at youC listening to, nodding at your presentation.

Ø         Be an actor during your presentation. ----Use variety in your speech.

Ø         Ask questions to your audience.

Ø         Be careful for your attitude toward presentation .you should not move the slide while you are talking.

Ø         Use body language-- Your audience will watch your actions, not just your data.


For successful presentation: You need Conviction, Confidence and enthusiastic attitude!!!


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