A large presentation is comparable to a serious exam. Your presentation will take a few minutes, but the work done in advance can even take weeks. Careful pre-preparation will help you perform brilliantly and take the next step in your career or study.
It is necessary
- - paper;
- - Dictaphone;
- - mirror;
- - projector;
- - a computer.
Plan your presentation, define the goals of your presentation. If it is informative or reporting, try to include specific numbers and facts that are not in doubt. If you need follow-up discussion, do not give out all the information at once. Write down the main points. Then start creating your body copy.
Prepare your speech. In this case, you should focus primarily on the audience. Even if most of the information seems interesting to you, think about your potential listeners and their preferences. Try to present dry facts and conclusions in a concise, concise form. Your presentation will be effective with striking examples, mind-boggling numbers that stimulate discussion of theses.
Consider and prepare aids that you will use in your presentation. Be sure to include visuals in your presentation that will make the perception easier. These can be colorful handouts, large posters, charts, or a computer presentation that you show on a large screen.
Read the presentation test aloud in front of a mirror or video camera. For speech control, record the text on a voice recorder. Analyze what you received. Pay attention to facial expressions, the length of the speech, unnecessary pauses, words, parasites. Correct the flaws and record again.
Consider your appearance. In the chosen things, you should be absolutely comfortable and comfortable. Clothes, accessories and makeup should not distract the listeners' attention. Plan ahead for any situations you might find yourself in during your presentation. For example, you might get hot, so use a set with a jacket that you can take off.