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  1. 1. Speech Power:Speech Power: How to Give a PresentationHow to Give a Presentation Instructor: Maggie
  2. 2. Speech POWERSpeech POWER • Prepare • Organize • Write • Extemporize • Rehearse
  3. 3. "You shouldn't give a public speech unless you want to make something happen." -Tom Peters
  4. 4. PreparePrepare • Purpose • Audience • Topic
  5. 5. Purpose • WhyWhy are you talking? (What is your goal?) − To inform − To demonstrate − To explain − To persuade
  6. 6. Audience • You are not speaking for your own benefit... • But for the benefit of your audience • Academic - teacher and classmates – Who are you speaking to? – Why are you speaking to them? – What are they expecting from you?
  7. 7. Topic • Choose your topic early! • What to choose − Topics you know a lot about • Draw on your knowledge and experience − Subjects you want to know more about − Often chosen for you (in academic, by your teacher)
  8. 8. Topic • Questions to ask yourself... − What are you talking about? − What do you know about the topic? − What must you talk about? (required) − What do you want to talk about? − Will you enjoy talking about this topic? • If not, how can you get excited about this topic?
  9. 9. OrganizeOrganize • Plan what you're going to say − Research − Controlling Statement − Outline − Patterns of Organization
  10. 10. Research • Carefully study your topic – Use your own knowledge and experience – Do library research – Search the internet – Interview people connected to your topic • Start early, list resources, take notes
  11. 11. Contolling Statement • States and reveals your topic • States what you're going to say about your topic − Today I will inform you about the scientific uses of hot air balloons.
  12. 12. Patterns of Organization • Chronological • Spatial • Cause-Effect • Problem-Solution • Topical
  13. 13. Do you remember?
  14. 14. Outline • Introduction – Tell them what you're going to tell them • Body – Tell them • Conclusion – Tell them what you told them Remember to... • Identify general ideas • Use key words and phrases • Write down important info
  15. 15. "What you get from experience isn’t the ability to skip the ground work – it’s the facility to make it look like you didn’t have to do the ground work!" - Unknown
  16. 16. WriteWrite • K.I.S.S. Keep It Simply Said • Last minute preparation doesn't count − You'll look foolish
  17. 17. Write The audience needs help accepting what you say! − Give examples − Show statistics − Use testimony • Organize directly with main points − Misplaced materials are confusing
  18. 18. Introduction • Get the attention and interest (hook) of your audience • Reveal the topic of your speech • Preview the body of the speech
  19. 19. Hooks 1. Ask a question 2. Tell a story 3. Use a shocking or surprising fact 4. Begin with a quotation 5. Tell a joke 6. Use audio or visual aids
  20. 20. Reveal your topic • Give your controlling idea − Today I am going to tell you about... − Today I am going to tell you about stress. − Today I am going to share my dream job. − Today I am going to explain how to bake a cake.
  21. 21. Preview Statement • Also called "Outlining Statement" • Identifies the main points to be discussed in the body − First, I will explain... Next, I will discuss... Finally, I will share...
  22. 22. • First I will describe my dream job. • Next I will tell you why it’s always been interesting to me. • Finally I will share with you why I would be great at this job.
  23. 23. Connecting Ideas • Join the ideas in your speech and show the relationship between them − Transitions − Internal previews − Internal summaries − Signposts
  24. 24. Conclusion • Lets the audience know you are ending your speech − In conclusion,... − My purpose has been... − Let me end by saying...
  25. 25. Conclusion • Reinforces the message you want your audience to remember (your controlling idea) − Restate the main points − End with a quotation − Make a dramatic statement − Refer to the ideas in the introduction
  26. 26. ExtemporizeExtemporize • Speak extemporaneously – Be natural – Don't memorize • Memorization = Robot
  27. 27. Cue Cards • Cards with words written on them help you – remember your words – make eye contact – gesture – move freely
  28. 28. Use Visual Aids • Visible, Simple, Colorful, Purposeful • Pictures and Videos • Handouts • Flipchart • Computer-based – PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.
  29. 29. SHAKES • Sound • Humor • Actions (Body Language) • K.I.S.S. • Excitement • Scan for eyes
  30. 30. RehearseRehearse • Practice to help you earn a higher grade • In front of a mirror • With a friend • With a timer • Use a video camera
  31. 31. "Dress for Success" • Be neat and professional • Always dress a bit better than your audience • Don't wear loud accessories that will distract the audience
  32. 32. If you fail to prepare, prepare to fail.
  33. 33. Speech POWERSpeech POWER • Prepare • Organize • Write • Extemporize • Rehearse
  34. 34. Thank you

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