5 Secrets of Public Speaking https://bit.ly/1npjEi9 5 Secrets of Public Speaking From the Best TED Presenters
How can you borrow a bit of the magic that garners some TED talks millions upon millions of views? An author of a book on the subject shares some secrets.
How to Choose a TEDx Speaker or Talk http://bit.ly/1n4hPt4 How to Choose a TEDx Speaker or Talk
When searching for speakers, you can keep in mind these seven different types of talks.
27 Presentation Tips For Students and Teachers http://bit.ly/13qSv2X 27 Presentation Tips For Students And Teachers INFOGRAPHICS
Preparing students for success
In an effort to help you become the next Steve Jobs of presenting, here are more than two dozen different presentation tips perfect for both students and teachers alike.
Controlling Speech Anxiety http://prezi.com/vxuslk-b2ts3/controlling-speech-anxiety/ Controlling Speech Anxiety
If you get nervous while preparing a public speech, you are not alone. Studies indicate about 80 percent of us feel that way. This presentation will offer techniques to minimize the side effects and even utilize your anxiety to the benefit of your speech.
Presentation Skills : webinars http://www.authorstream.com/webinars/ -Learn 3 keys to creating a presentation your audience loves
-Learn to present information through clear and compelling visuals
-How to Keep Your Audience’s Attention Throughout Entire Presentation
-How to Prepare Powerful Presentations in an Hour or Less
-The art of using animations in meaningful ways
How Good Are Your Presentation Skills? http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newCS_96.htm How Good Are Your Presentation Skills?
Understanding Your Impact
Includes an audit questionnaire
To brush up on your skills of persuasion, look at The Rhetorical Triangle. This tool asks you to consider your communication from three perspectives: those of the writer, the audience, and the context. It's a method that builds credibility, and ensures that your arguments are logical.
Getting Pupils to Speak Up [Singapore School] http://www.schoolbag.sg/archives/2012/05/getting_pupils_to_speak_up.php It's one thing to understand and communicate well in a language; it's another matter when it comes to speaking in public. That's what English teachers at St Margaret's Primary School realised a few years ago. While their pupils had a good grasp of the English language, they clammed up in fear when speaking in front of an audience.
This led the teachers to develop a revised Oral Assessment Framework in 2009, where oral assessment in English goes beyond reading a passage and discussing a picture. Pupils are tested holistically on their oral skills through debates, PowerPoint presentations and news broadcasts.
The 1-minute guide to good conference presentations http://www.emoderationskills.com/?p=925 The 1-minute guide to good conference presentations
During the past few months, I’ve been keeping notes on what makes some of these conference presentations so engaging (and others less so). Here’s a 1-minute guide to being a good conference presenter.
A Presentation Skills Guidebook For Beginners http://bit.ly/SdhRvH A Presentation Skills Guidebook For Beginners
Some of the most important presentation skills are pure common sense, but we ignore them at our peril. Is that the presenter’s cell phone ringing? Why is this talk running soooo long? Did this guy even rehearse his presentation?
Use this Presentation Skills Guidebook – Beginner’s edition as your handy checklist to refer to in the days leading up to your presentation.
Oral Presentation Rubrics http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/rubrics.cfm Oral Presentation Rubrics
A+ PowerPoint Rubric This rubric provides 10 performance categories, with criteria for four levels of achievement.
Oral Communication Assessment Rubric (NWREL) (pdf file) Assesses verbal and nonverbal effectiveness, idea development, use of language, and organization of ideas, and response to audience using three levels of achievement.
Sources Of Advice For Making Good Presentations http://bit.ly/9T9bUj The Best Sources Of Advice For Making Good Presentations
How to stop information overload in your presentation http://www.speakingaboutpresenting.com/content/information-overload How to stop information overload in your presentation
Welcome to this website – my aim is to make a difference to the success of your presentations. If this is your first visit start by downloading my free guide “How to make an effective PowerPoint presentation“.
Pecha Kucha: Streamlined Presentations http://bit.ly/a1aVTi Pecha Kucha: Streamlined Presentations
Twenty slides displayed for 20 seconds each for a total time of 6 minutes and 40 seconds.
That's the formula for Pecha Kucha. Pecha Kucha was devised as a way to keep presenters focused and to keep an audience's attention.
How to Make a Good Prez http://blog.prezi.com/latest/2009/11/12/how-to-make-a-good-prezi-for-a-corporate-website.html How to Make a Good Prezi – For a Corporate Website
Prezi is more than a zooming, slideless presentation tool that lets you deliver stunning visuals from the stage. Many authors use Prezi for education purposes or to create embeddable web contents. Nevertheless, there is another ever growing field of prezi use that we want to focus on today. More and more companies decide to advertise their services, or introduce their products on their websites using Prezi.
How to Give a Lousy Presentation http://bit.ly/19SeNl How to Give a Lousy Presentation .... Fifteen ways to make a bad impression
Guide to presenting in Second Life http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Presentation Guide to presenting in Second Life .. 3D online Virtual World.
This is a guide to presenting in Second Life: typically an event where a speaker has a slide show and key points to make. It can be a lot more exciting than that generic description, especially when you use SL's unique features to wow and amaze.
Scoring Power Point http://fno.org/sept00/powerpoints.html Multimedia presentations may be compelling and persuasive. Or they may be glib and disappointing.
In the worst case, students will devote more attention to special effects than they will spend on the issues being studied.
Powerpointing can become a goal in itself - an unfortunate example of technology being done for technology's own sake.
Pecha Kucha http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecha_Kucha From Wikipedia:
"Pecha Kucha (ペチャクチャ?) or Pecha Kucha Night is a presentation format in which (mostly creative) work can be easily and informally shown. It was originally devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Klein-Dytham Architecture (KDa) in Tokyo in 2003 as a place for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. The format has spread virally to many cities across the world.
The name derives from a Japanese term for the sound of conversation ("chit-chat").
The idea behind Pecha Kucha is to keep presentations concise, the interest level up and to have many presenters sharing their ideas within the course of one night.
Therefore the 20x20 Pecha Kucha format was created: each presenter is allowed a slideshow of 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds. This results in a total presentation time of 6 minutes 40 seconds on a stage before the next presenter is up."
Giving a graduation speech? http://www.graduationwisdom.com/ Giving a graduation speech?
Read and get inspired by these hard to find motivational speeches. Go to the commencement speeches archive »
Public Speaking Training for Top Level Leaders, CEOs & Corporate chairmen http://www.ppsassociates.com/videos.php Princeton Public Speaking & Matt Eventoff provides public speaking training, presentation skills training & public speaking tips to CEO's, leaders & to executives with fear of public speaking
The (UK) Open Universitys OpenLearn http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/course/category.php?id=12 The (UK) Open University's OpenLearn
Welcome to The Open University's OpenLearn website - free and open educational resources for learners and educators around the world.
You are in the LearningSpace where Open University learning materials are freely available for you to study in your own time, away from any formal teaching environment.
Visit the LabSpace to share and reuse educational resources. Download some learning materials, adapt to your needs: translate, shorten, extend, add examples... and then of course, place it back for others to benefit!
T175_7 Presenting Information | LDT101_10 Giving presentations | Y159_1 The importance of interpersonal skills |
Presentation Technology in the Classroom http://www.eschoolnews.com/resources/reports/presentation2005/index.cfm Presentation Technology in the Classroom
In this collection of news, information, and resources, we at eSchool News, with generous support from ELMO USA, strive to bring you up to date on the powerful communication opportunities today's presentation solutions make possible. We have also included articles that address the bigger presentation picture, because technology is not only changing how educators deliver presentations, it's also widening the audience and engaging students at all levels of the learning spectrum.