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A PRESENTATION ON

PRESENTATION SKILL

SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY
DR. SHILPI KULSHRESTHA NAVRATNA JAIPAL (1812055)
What Is Presentation Skill ?

o A presentation is a means of communication which can be


adapted to various speaking situations, such as talking to a group,
addressing a meeting or briefing a team.

o Presentation is an organized way to put across our ideas, opinions,


beliefs, etc. before a group of people. It is a systematic form of
communication and therefore it has a logical beginning, middle,
and end.
PRESENTATION SKILL

Presentation skills basically refer to the ability to communicate


in an effective way whether in small or large groups. The process
involves explanining and showing the content of either a topic to
an audience.

Presentation is divide in four part;


1) Introducation
2) Main body
3) Conclusion
4) Thinking on feet
Points to make presentation successfully:
1) Planning:

Assessing needs of audience

Presentation tools: using different audio visual aids.

Structure- beginning and ending points. Subject competence


2. BEHAVIOUR REQUIRED WHILE CONDUCTING
EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS ;

• Giving information
• Seeking information
• Summarizing
• Supporting
• Testing
• understanding
b) Presentation delivery:
Understanding & developing effective behavioural skills:

 Eye contect
 Facial expression
 Posture
 Gestures
 Pausing
 Vocal impact

And other skills to eliminate distractions, manage nervousness, project


confidence.
1. Starting a presentation :

How to grab attention of the audience at the start of the presentation

How to motivate those who are not interested in sitting through the
presentation

How can a presenter successfully entice the participants to listen


2. The power of voice :

To examine the power of voice when used effectively during a


presentation

To review some of the technique to help make the voice more effective

To enable participants to hear and review their own voice on tape
3. Using nervous energy to your advantage:

• To understand why people become nervous before giving a


presentation

• To help a presenter lessen and overcome these nerves

• To experience and practice.


4. Managing difficult audience:

Manage audience members who display negative body


language

To provide an opportunity for the participants to


receive feedback on how they handle and seek to
influence a dissenting audience
5. Responding to the audience :

Respond to difficult queries in a constructive manner

Handle questions from the audience more confidently

Avoid sounding defensive or aggressive when handling questins