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The Art of Public Speaking

This Presentation was prepared for a session I gave at the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Alexandria University.
Public Speaking is considered a dilemma that faces a lot of us, but it's easy to learn.
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The Art of Public Speaking

  1. 1. The Art of Public Speaking
  2. 2. The Five P's
  3. 3. Plan
  4. 4. Analyzing the Audience
  5. 5. “No matter how busy you are, you must take time to make the other person feel important.” - Mary Kay Ash
  6. 6. Who Is Your Audience?
  7. 7. Professors
  8. 8. Businessmen
  9. 9. Students
  10. 10. What Is Your Info. About Your Audience?
  11. 11. Gender Age Educational level Knowledge
  12. 12. Select Your Topic
  13. 13. WIIFM: “What’s In It For Me?”
  14. 14. Goals
  15. 15. What do you want your audience to do/remember?
  16. 16. Specific HiddenGeneral
  17. 17. Title
  18. 18. Prepare
  19. 19. Introduction
  20. 20. Get All Attention And Interest
  21. 21. Reveal The Topic
  22. 22. Establish Credibility
  23. 23. Ex. For Good Intro. Story Video Quote Question
  24. 24. The Body Of Speech
  25. 25. Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the way to deliver amazing presentation. Central Idea: Public Speaking has 5 central points. Main Points: Plan – Prepare – Practice – Present – Performance Evaluation.
  26. 26. Conclusion
  27. 27. Reinforce The Central Idea Story Comparison Quote QuestionSummary
  28. 28. Call To Action
  29. 29. Bad Ways To End With
  30. 30. Q & A
  31. 31. Time
  32. 32. “What orators lack in depth they make up for in length.” - Charles de Montesquieu
  33. 33. Practice
  34. 34. 7% Verbal 38% Vocal behavior 55% Non - Verbal
  35. 35. Voice
  36. 36. Volume
  37. 37. Tone
  38. 38. Rate
  39. 39. Pauses
  40. 40. Physical Presence
  41. 41. Personal Appearance
  42. 42. Body Language
  43. 43. Posture
  44. 44. Gestures
  45. 45. Movements
  46. 46. Eye-Contact
  47. 47. Using Visual Aids
  48. 48. Kinds of Visual Aids ChartsPresentation Videos Photos Maps
  49. 49. TimeVisual Aids Appropriate for the Audience Attractive Simple Big & Clear diversified numerous
  50. 50. Visual Aids Basic Rules
  51. 51. Do it your self
  52. 52. 8 Multiply Height
  53. 53. Use Colors
  54. 54. Use Pictures, No Clip Art
  55. 55. Add Motion
  56. 56. Don’t fill it
  57. 57. 5 Multiply 5
  58. 58. 3 Multiply 3
  59. 59. One Idea for each slide
  60. 60. Make it Aids
  61. 61. Replacement
  62. 62. Focus on the Audience
  63. 63. Present
  64. 64. Giving Your First Speech
  65. 65. Rehearsal
  66. 66. The Six P’s: Proper Preparation and Practice Prevent Poor Performance
  67. 67. Fear
  68. 68. Presenting The Speech
  69. 69. BE UNIQUE - BE YOUR SELF
  70. 70. EGO Vs. Confidence
  71. 71. Listening
  72. 72. Performance Evaluation
  73. 73. Ask For Feedback
  74. 74. Feedback Is Always There
  75. 75. Feedback Can Improve Performance
  76. 76. Feedback Is A Tool For Continued Learning

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