I ensured whilst I made my presentation that I spoke clearly and steadily. I have a tendency to talk quickly so I paid particular attention to controlling the speed of my voice. I also ensured I maintained eye contact with my audience and tried not to focus just on one individual.
He had a slide show and an obvious direction to his speech. However, there were a couple instances when there was confusion, where people just blurted out questions. When this happened, Dr. Roy calmly clarified and made sure the person understood after he had answered. He seemed to be on the performance side more when talking about is background and work he did. He switched to the communication side when it came to the more scientifically specialized topics. For example, after the slide he asked, “Do you guys understand what phosphorus fixing is?” to get a gauge on how much the audience picked up from him.
6. Presentation Aids The presentation Aid the speaker chose to use is a projector hooked up to a computer using a PowerPoint presentation, the use of these really brought out the message is trying to get across. We have some people that absorb information by listening others are visual learners so he covered both bases.
• Answered audiences’ questions: as I have been knowledgeable with the presentation topics I have been able to answer all the questions raised by the participants and ensure my answers are detailed and thorough.
The speaker’s delivery was good, they were so nice and socialized. They were all standing and walking around the class room when they were giving the speech, they were asking audience questions, discussions and everybody contributed in the class room, they speakers were not loud, their voice was good for audiences, they were speaking slowly so that everybody can understand, they used their hands to explain things and also read PowerPoint to audience, Yes speakers were natural, at ease, direct and communicative which make the speech interesting and understandable to audience. Speakers were organized and they were not using terms that audience may not understand and they were not just repeating one thing. Speech was really going smoothly. Yes there was introduction, which is how everybody generally has their own primary love languages for receiving love and giving love, Body was to known the love languages such as words of Affirmation, Quality time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of service and Physical touch and conclusion was knowing the love languages is powerful, but knowing how they work in your relationships that is the game changer.
The visual aids that people used were very helpful in understanding the topic. Mikey's PowerPoint was a good example of this. He used many pictures to bring humor to the situation. I think that that was very creative and it was fun to watch and hear about his topic. I found Mike's speech to be very creative. This is because even though some of his presentation was very graphic I think that was creative that he used what he did. By doing this, he got everyone’s attention.
One of the hardest skills in communications, is creating a thoughtful and engaging speech that not only entertains, but informs the audience. In my opinion, I believe my informative speech about Overfishing was good, but not great. My organization, research, and rehearsal could have been much tighter and some details
One element that was effective was the background and overview that was provided in the presentation. These components to the presentation displayed the problem successfully, while drawing the audience in to the issue of current teachings of this “Digital Generation.” Another element was the speakers informative use of images and statistics to provide support for the solution he was proposing. Lastly, an element that made this presentation stronger was the actual solution to the problem. The solution was logical to the audience and purposeful due to the adequate background that the presenter provided to “paint the
Introduction – 45 to 60 seconds Audio Norma has an upcoming presentation for English class and she is a little nervous. The paper she is presenting is six pages long. Although it is tempting to simply stand before the class and read her paper, she knows that she shouldn’t do that.
We believe that our overall presentation style and tone were appropriate given our content and context. First, the attire of our team members was consistent, professional, and matches the color theme of our PowerPoint slides. This created a positive and credible first impression for the audience. Second, throughout the whole presentation, we maintained a professional and transparent presentation style. Even when being interrupted and answering questions, we didn’t slack off and still managed to remain professional. We were open and receptive to the audience at all times.
James Eskew. Overall, the presenter for this topic seemed very knowledgeable and paced himself appropriately throughout the entire presentation. I personally felt like the presenter tried to give a very neutral opinion on the topics he covered, but at the same time gave us his personal view on some of the topics. One way this presentation could be improved would be to incorporate the viewpoints of several individuals (this could be through a short video). Overall, the presentation was very insightful and presented me with new information that will be relevant in my career path moving
4. Mercedes web site: www.mercedes-benz.ca links to smart.com 5. stats-can (web site in our library) 6. other… EVALUATION PRESENTATION STYLE The Sizzle Introduction /5 8. a hook that stimulates / invites the audience to watch and listen 9. all team members and their respective roles introduced 10. an agenda that tells the audience where they are going Flow and professionalism of presentation /15 11. professional dress and demeanor (think “I am in charge and the boss”) 12. clear voice, good eye contact (triangulate), not simply reading slides or cue cards 13. rehearsed with natural transitions, and not hurried Audio Visual Support Material /5 14. appropriate use of AV media (power point slides: contrasting colour, succinct points, appropriate background animation and sound that adds value)
I. Name and background of presenter. What do they do for a living? Where do they do it? What is their education and experiences? Why were they asked to present this lecture? (Approximately 350 words page).
As a final point, I would like to state that, generally, our group did presentation well. Whilst I had a feeling that some of my partners were a bit apprehensive
Our presentation slides focuses more on pictures, charts and key-points for visual aid. By keeping the slides simple, audiences can focus more on the speaker. The videos uploaded by the Centre for English Language Communication department tell us our weaknesses which we do not realize by ourselves. Reflecting on my first and second presentation through videos and feedbacks from Ms. Christine has helped me