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• your target e your audience, defines the content of your presentation. For example. you won’t be able to teach school kids about the complicated matters of economy. However, you may be able to explain what economy is in the first place and why it is important. 9 Keep Your Audience In Mind • What do they know? • What do you need to tell them? • What do they expect? • What will be interesting to them/ • What can you teach them? • What will keep them focused? • Answer these questions and boil your slides down to the very essentials. • In your talk, describe the essentials colorfully and choose your weapons i.e text, images and animations wisely (see above). • If you lose the attention of your audience, everything will be lost — it won’t matter how ingenious your design or how brilliantly you picked colors and keywords 10 Practice • A well-prepared and enthusiastic talk will help you convince your audience and maintain their attention. There are some key points that define a good talk. • Know your slides inside out. ▪ Speak freely • Speak with confidence – loud and clear • Don’t speak too fast. • Maintain eye contact with the audienceGeneral advice–Before starting, ensure all things are in order slides. lights, etc. Start with introducing yourself and the purpose of your presentation (focus on what and why it is important) Briefly mention your agenda and proceed to talk through the slides presented Conclude with key points of what you have presented.ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT: PLAGIARISM WARNING

QUALITY: 100% ORIGINAL PAPER – NO PLAGIARISM – CUSTOM PAPER

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