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IPR演讲稿写作 IDEAS ABOUT PRESENTATIONS

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导读:代写1000字演讲稿;附带10页PPT;12月12日交付 如下是本次演讲稿评分标准: IDEAS ABOUT PRESENTATIONS Do you agree or disagree with the following statements?

IDEAS ABOUT PRESENTATIONS

Do you agree or disagree with the following statements?
 

PREPARATION

             It’s a good idea to write out your entire presentation first.

             It’s good to read your presentation to the audience from a paper.

             It’s good to write and memorize your presentation.

             It’s good to use note cards and speak spontaneously.

 

PRACTICING

             It’s better not to practice so that the presentation feels “fresh.”

           The best way to practice is to go through the presentation silently in our head.

           When you practice write down the start and end time of your presentation or use a timer.

           Before you present try out your presentation on a screen like the one you will use to see how it looks.

 

WHILE YOU SPEAK

             If you’re nervous, it’s helpful to look “over” the audience—e.g., to look at a place on the wall behind them.

           Make sure you look at your teacher a lot during your presentation.

             It’s a good idea to start with a joke or a funny story.

           Gesturing with your hands is a bad idea; it shows you are nervous or distracts the audience.

           If you make a speaking mistake or there is a spelling mistake on a slide ignore it so that

your audience does not notice.

           Speak faster than normal so that you can include everything you want to say.

 

YOUR SLIDES

           When you use PowerPoint, you should read all the words on the screen.

           Include a "joke" slide (silly cartoon, funny photo, etc.). This will make your audience relax and enjoy your presentation more, especially if your topic is very serious.

           A slide with only images and no words is not good.

           You should always include a slide with an outline of the whole presentation.

           It is a good idea to include a slide with APA references at the end of your presentation.

 

QUESTIONS

           You should invite questions only after the presentation is concluded.

             If you’re not sure of the answer to a question, you should still give it your “best shot.”

             If you’re not sure you understand a question, you should ask the questioner to repeat it.

             If a question seems to indicate that the listener wasn’t paying attention, avoid saying, “As I said in the presentation, …”

           Thank the questioner and repeat their question to make sure everyone understood it.
 

Oral Presentation Guidelines

Most of the last two weeks of the semester will be devoted to formal oral presentations on your IRP topics. This is a chance for you to explain the research you have done and what you have learned from it to the class. Please note that this oral presentation represents 10% of your grade in the course. You will want to be well prepared.

 

These are the expectations for your presentations:

 

CONTENT:

--You may want to give a little background about your interest in the topic to help us understand your purpose in writing this paper. You will be expected to present the results of your research for the IRP. The outline for most of your speeches should be more or less the same as the outline for your paper. However, you will not be able to include everything. It is up to you to decide how much you can cover in 10 minutes and what will be most interesting to your audience.

 

--We will want to hear your thesis and background information right at the beginning. You will also give us an overview of your main points, including some of the most compelling pieces of supporting evidence.

 

--If you changed your thesis or otherwise changed your ideas during the course of your research and writing, you can talk about what you changed and why.

 

--To keep the speech interesting, make sure to highlight your most interesting findings or surprising results.

 

-- You have just 10 minutes for your speech. Be realistic about what you can cover in 10 minutes. When your time is up, you will be stopped, even if you are not finished.

 

FORMAT:

--After your 10 minutes are up, there will be another 4-5 minutes for questions and comments. All students will be expected to ask at least one question per class session (3 speakers). Your questions and comments give you a chance to clarify things you did not understand, to challenge the speaker’s arguments and ideas, and to offer suggestions about the IRP to your classmates.

 

--You should prepare 3 x 5 note cards with the main points of your talk on them; you may not bring sheets of paper with you to the front of the room. Using note cards can also help you resist looking at the screen too much.

 

--You will use PowerPoint as visual support for your presentation. You are also encouraged to use any other visual and/or audio support for your presentation as appropriate.
 

 

PERFORMANCE:

--Be sure the organization of your speech makes sense. Explain specialized vocabulary.

 

--Speak clearly, slowly, and at a volume that allows the person farthest away from you to hear you clearly. Remember that some of the people in the class will know very little about your topic. Give them enough time to process what you are saying.

 

--Be prepared. Practice your presentation so you know how long it takes. Ten minutes is a very short time when you have a lot to say. Speak from notes.

 

--Practice again.

 

--Practice again.

 

--Be responsive. Engage your audience. Care if they understand what you say. Entertain them. Make sure that you make eye contact with all members of the audience (not just the instructor), and watch to see that they are looking at you. Do not talk to the screen or to your note cards. DO NOT READ TO US FROM THE SCREEN.

 

--Be respectful of questions and comments. (This means that you do not say “As I said in my presentation” or “I said that in my presentation.”—when is the last time you paid careful attention to every word in a class for 50 minutes?) Listen to the questions and suggestions your listeners offer and answer them as clearly and briefly as possible.

 

--Appear confident, even if you don’t feel that way. Don’t fidget. Don’t bring your pen with you. Keep the pace slow.

 

--Extra points for professional-looking attire. Go ahead and get dressed up. It will make you feel more professional, and that may be the boost you need.

 

TECHNICAL DETAILS:

--It is a good idea to e-mail your presentation to yourself, save it to Box (Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.), upload it to Learn@UW, and bring it on a flash drive. Then if one source fails for some reason, you have back-up. If you cannot access your presentation file, you will need to give your presentation without it.

 

--Please arrive at the classroom early to check your equipment and/or load your presentation file onto the computer before the first presentation begins. This way we do not waste precious class time waiting for presentations to load or sorting out equipment compatibility issues.

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