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Top 5 Tips To Plan Your Presentation

#1 Pick Your Topic:

Selecting a topic is the most crucial step of presentation planning process. The list of topics you can choose from is never-ending. Remember that the topics should be age-appropriate and in good taste.  Choose a topic that fits your knowledge and skill level. If it’s your first time giving a presentation, it is best to pick a topic with which you are familiar. If you are an experienced presenter, then try challenging yourself. Explore a new kind of topic and try to grow and learn.

#2 Gather Information:

After deciding on a topic, do some research and gather information about your topic. Try to learn as much as possible about your topic. The more you know, the more confident you will be when you are giving the presentation and the easier it will be to answer questions.  You can acquire information from several different sources including books, newspapers, internet, etc. Information you gather should be recent and accurate. The most important thing is to gather complete information and to know the source of your information.

#3 Outline your presentation:

 There are many ways of preparing what you will include in your speech. Some people only use outlines, but write out their introduction and conclusion. You should experiment to determine what works best for you. Whichever method you use, start with forming an outline. List the important points you want to state and arrange them in a logical order. Under each main heading, list the details you need to cover.

#4 Play with Visual Aids:

 Visuals can be of various kinds: actual objects, posters, videos, charts, slides, etc. If you are presenting a demonstration, you must have at least one visual aid. Visual aids are used to enhance your presentation. They can add spark to your presentation and help keep the audience’s interest alive. They can help the audience learn faster, understand better, and remember longer. Make sure your visual aid has a purpose and that it is easy to use or show. Visual aids should not overpower your presentation. They should simply reinforce what you are saying.

#5 Practice:

 No matter how much time you spend on all the other steps in planning a presentation, nothing takes the place of practicing. The more you practice, the more comfortable and confident you will be while giving your speech. When you practice, you need to talk out loud, not just in your head. Get in the habit of using complete sentences. Practice the whole presentation at once. This will allow you to see if everything goes smoothly together.

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