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CHAPTER 1:PRESENTATION SKILLS    ORAL COMMUNICATIONS       MS. MALSBERGER
COMMUNICATING WITHOUT            SPEAKING1. Take a number without showing it to anyone else2. Without speaking, writing, o...
TAKE A MINUTE TO ANSWER THIS          QUESTION..How can effectivepresentation speakingenhance my personal andprofessional ...
PRESENTATIONS ARE A FACT OF LIFE• We live in a competitive world  • Effective presentations allow you to:    • Stand out f...
BENEFITS OF PRESENTATION SPEAKING• Personal Benefits• Professional Benefits• Public Benefits
PRESENTATION VS. PUBLIC SPEAKING  • Presentation     • Public SpeakingSpeaking Example –       Example –  Staff Meeting   ...
PRESENTATION SPEAKING• Definition:  Any time speakers use verbal and  nonverbal messages o generate meanings  and establis...
PRESENTATION SPEAKING• Audience is usually present at the delivery of the  presentation• Much more common than public spea...
PUBLIC SPEAKINGDefinition:• A special type of presentation speaking that  occurs when speakers address public  audiences i...
PUBLIC SPEAKING• Usually open and accessible to the public• Have the potential to affect people beyond the  immediate audi...
QUESTION• Which is more important to employers:                  Public Speaking                        OR               P...
KEY ELEMENTS OF PRESENTATION         SPEAKING
*PACLCOP FOREVER!• Acronym for 7 Key Elements• Groups of 3-5 Students• Each group use the 1st letter of each of the 7  ele...
*PRESENTATION VIDEO• After watching presentation, did  the presenter use the key element  effectively in their presentatio...
DYNAMIC PRESENTATION MODEL
ONE MINUTE PAPER• Timer: 1 minute• Write about one topic you learned about in class  today giving at least 3 examples or 3...
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  1. 1. CHAPTER 1:PRESENTATION SKILLS ORAL COMMUNICATIONS MS. MALSBERGER
  2. 2. COMMUNICATING WITHOUT SPEAKING1. Take a number without showing it to anyone else2. Without speaking, writing, or showing the number to anyone3. Find your place in numerical order
  3. 3. TAKE A MINUTE TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION..How can effectivepresentation speakingenhance my personal andprofessional life?
  4. 4. PRESENTATIONS ARE A FACT OF LIFE• We live in a competitive world • Effective presentations allow you to: • Stand out from the rest of the crowd using • Talent, Knowledge and abilities
  5. 5. BENEFITS OF PRESENTATION SPEAKING• Personal Benefits• Professional Benefits• Public Benefits
  6. 6. PRESENTATION VS. PUBLIC SPEAKING • Presentation • Public SpeakingSpeaking Example – Example – Staff Meeting Political Rally
  7. 7. PRESENTATION SPEAKING• Definition: Any time speakers use verbal and nonverbal messages o generate meanings and establish relationships with audience members
  8. 8. PRESENTATION SPEAKING• Audience is usually present at the delivery of the presentation• Much more common than public speaking• Broader definition• Less formal than public speaking• More use of visual aids• Questions are answered throughout
  9. 9. PUBLIC SPEAKINGDefinition:• A special type of presentation speaking that occurs when speakers address public audiences in community, government, or organizational settings.
  10. 10. PUBLIC SPEAKING• Usually open and accessible to the public• Have the potential to affect people beyond the immediate audience• Generally formal• Many speakers don’t use visual aids• Questions are answered at end
  11. 11. QUESTION• Which is more important to employers: Public Speaking OR Presentation Speaking
  12. 12. KEY ELEMENTS OF PRESENTATION SPEAKING
  13. 13. *PACLCOP FOREVER!• Acronym for 7 Key Elements• Groups of 3-5 Students• Each group use the 1st letter of each of the 7 elements to create an acronym• Present the acronym to class• EX: • Practical Advice (for) Communicators Learning (to) Create Oral Presentations • Passengers Act Calmly (when) Lions Come Onto Planes
  14. 14. *PRESENTATION VIDEO• After watching presentation, did the presenter use the key element effectively in their presentation? • Why or Why Not?
  15. 15. DYNAMIC PRESENTATION MODEL
  16. 16. ONE MINUTE PAPER• Timer: 1 minute• Write about one topic you learned about in class today giving at least 3 examples or 3 sentences to support the topic.

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