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Oral Presentation
Course Outcome

• To understand the nuances of oral presentation and how

efficiently use audio and visual aid in oral presentation.
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Oral Presentation
An oral presentation is a formal, research-based presentation of your

Presentations happen in a range of different places. For instance, if you

work at a company that assigns people to teams to collaborate on
projects, your project team might give an oral presentation of your
progress on a particular project.
Importance of Oral presentation
1. Save time and energy.

2. To assess/evaluate experienced, knowledge, skill etc. of a learner.

3. Learner can request opinions, suggestions from the audience.

4. For effective feedback from facilitators.

5. For a better relationship between learner and facilitator.

6. Improvement for future oral report.

What’s expected of you and your
For a conference presentation, it might be assumed that you already
know the requirements and expectations for a presentation or you
might be provided some guidelines and expectations. The best thing to
do when planning a conference presentation is to get answers to the
following questions:

•Who will attend this conference and potentially my presentation?

What can I assume they know? What can I assume they’ll need
• What is the typical method of presenting at this conference? For
instance, do people “read” a paper out loud? Do they show a
slideshow? Do people typically engage the audience (e.g., by asking
questions, or asking for feedback)?

• How much time will I have to present? Will I be able to show a

Preparation of Oral report
• Duration for report

An outline can be drawn based on duration of the report. Time

management is the main important part in oral report.

• The audience

Basic questions to ask about an audience are: - Why should the

audience listen to your report? - Is the report match with the
standard of the audience?
“ What you want to say about your topic may be much less important
than what your audience wants to hear about it”
Report Planning

• Content

Audience may lose interest if your report contain too much information.
- Key Points ; examples and illustrations for key point.

• Structure

Most report consist of an introduction, the body and conclusion.


• Introduction

A good introduction attracts and focuses the attention of the audience. -

Begin a talk with question, a short story, an interesting facts about
your topic.

• Body

Body of a report must be presented in a logical order.



Good conclusion reminds the audience key-points - Reinforces message


Questions is important to judge the interesting and understanding level

of audience.
Report Delivery

• Voice quality

• Volume

• Speed and fluency

• Clarity

• Pronunciation

• Engaging the audience

• Maintain eye contact

•  Look confident
Report Aids

• Audio aid

• Visual aid
A good oral presentation will

• Summarize your research succinctly: stating your thesis, argument,

purpose, and research methods

• Present the evidence that supports your thesis

• Point out any conclusions you have reached

• Explain the larger significance of your research for your field

How can you avoid presentation
• Familiarize yourself with the techniques of good presenters. No one
is born a masterful presenter, and really good presenters practice a

• Know what to expect where you’re presenting.

• Practice your timing

• Be prepared--email yourself an extra copy of your PowerPoint

presentation in case your flash drive isn't working.