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ORAL REPORT

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Oral Report

Presenting ideas effectively to individuals or groups when given time for preparation (including nonverbal communication and use of visual aids); targeting presentations to the characteristics and needs of the audience.

An art that involves attention to the needs of your audience, careful planning, and attention to delivery.

A presentation of factual information to an audience.


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Oral Report Methods


Method Definition

Manuscript Method

You read a written report to your audience word for


word, glancing up from time to time to make eye contact. Since you will just be reading the whole time, the audience might get bored because of the monotony of the whole process.

Memorization Method

You learn by heart and recite a report. This method


tends to make you too structured, too formal. You will not be able to give additional explanation because you have to present your report verbatim or word-for-word.

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Oral Report Methods


Extemporaneous
You speak spontaneously using an outline or note
cards as guide. You can explain further as you report. But sometimes, you tend to speak lengthily without considering the time element.

Method

Impromptu Method

You talk on the spot with no prepared draft,


outline, or note cards. This method is applied only to brief reports that require little or no research or presentation. You should have familiarity with the topic so that you can discuss it comprehensively.

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Things to be considered in the presentation


1. Know your subject matter.

Before the presentation, you should have a strong grasp with your topics. Intensive research and advance reading would help a lot in mastering your topic. You should know who will you be speaking to, what they already know, what they want to know about your topic, and what you want them to learn after your report. Research on the topic that was assigned to you. Use various resources so that your report will not be confined in just a single piece of knowledge.

2. Know your audience

3. Prepare your report

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Things to be considered in the presentation


4. Prepare your script Before the presentation, you may prepare your script. This would help you be more organized and avoid stammering during your report. You may prepare a note card containing only the visuals should your Your main points of be as report simple as possible. It should contain only the most important points of your report. Must be easy to follow, comprehensible, and

5. Prepare your visuals

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Key Behaviors of a Reporter

Responds to the audience's needs, interests, attitudes, and level of awareness. Presents ideas in a clear, concise, organized, and persuasive manner. Maintains eye contact with the audience. Uses words and phrases correctly. Speaks with the right speed, volume, tone, and pitch.
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Key Behaviors of a Reporter


Presents ideas logically. Seems interested, involved, and committed throughout the presentation. Refers to notes when appropriate. Uses effective nonverbal communications (gestures, posture, facial set, and mannerisms). Listens attentively to others when they ask questions and contribute to discussions.
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Key Behaviors of a Reporter

Impacts the audience in a positive manner. Uses prepared visual materials effectively. Checks to make sure ideas are understood. Tailors presentation to fit the needs or characteristics of the audience.
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Key Behaviors of a Reporter


Prepares for the presentation. Keeps within time schedules. Lists unresolved issues and addresses them.

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