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Business communication building critical skill 3rd by locker module 20

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Module
Module 20
20
Making
MakingOral
Oral
Presentations
Presentations

McGraw-Hill/Irwin

©2007, The McGraw-Hill Companies, All Rights


20-2

Making
Making Oral

Oral Presentations
Presentations
 To learn how to
 Turn material from a paper
document into a presentation.
 Plan and deliver oral presentations.
 Develop a good speaking voice.
 Give group presentations.


20-3

Making
Making Oral
Oral Presentations
Presentations
Start by answering these questions:
 What decisions do I need to make as
I plan a presentation?
 How should I organize a
presentation?
 How can I create a strong opener and
close?


20-4

Making
Making Oral
Oral Presentations
Presentations
Start by answering these questions:
 What are the keys to delivering an
effective presentation?
 How should I handle questions from
the audience?
 What are the guidelines for group
presentations?



20-5

Purposes
Purposes of
of Oral
Oral Presentations
Presentations

 Informative Presentations
 Inform or teach the audience.

 Persuasive Presentations
 Motivate the audience to act.

 Goodwill Presentations
 Entertain and validate the audience.


20-6

To
To Plan
Plan aa Presentation,
Presentation, Choose
Choose

 Your main point.
 The kind of presentation.
 Monologue
 Guided
 Sales

 Ways to involve the audience.


20-7

To
To Create
Create and
and Show
Show Visuals
Visuals
 Make one main point
per visual.
 Give each visual a
title.
 Limit information to
35 words or less.
 Don’t put your visual
up until you’re ready
to talk about it.


20-8

Strong
Strong Openers
Openers May
May Use
Use
 A startling statement.
 A narration or anecdote.
 A question.
 A quotation.
 An overview of the main points
immediately after the opener.


20-9

Strong
Strong Closes
Closes May
May
 Restate your main point.
 Refer to your opener.
 End with a vivid, positive picture.
 Tell the audience exactly what to
do to solve the problem you’ve
discussed.


2010

Patterns
Patterns of
of Organization
Organization

 Chronological
 Problem-Causes-Solution
 Excluding Alternatives
 Pro-Con
 1-2-3


To
To Deliver
Deliver an
an Effective
Effective
Presentation
Presentation

 Transform fear.
 Use eye contact.
 Stand and gesture effectively.
 Use notes and visuals.
 Anticipate questions.

2011



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