Manon van der Laaken en Bob van der Laaken - Presentation Techniques

4 Visuals

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4.1 General guidelines for using visuals

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4.2 Media

4.2.1 PowerPoint

4.2.2 Overhead projectors

4.2.3 Posters

4.2.4 Flip charts, whiteboards and blackboards

4.2.5 Handouts 4.2.6 Props

4.2.7 Video and audio 4.2.8 Multimedia

4.3 Types of visuals

4.3.1 Bullet points

4.3.2 Graphs, charts and tables 4.3.3 Banners, pictures and figures

4.4 Tips to make effective visuals

4.4.1 Avoid overload 4.4.2 Keep it legible

4.5 Malfunctions and contingency plans 4.6 Presenting visuals: what to say when 4.6.1 Introductions and transitions

4.6.2 Explain step by step

5 Delivery

5.1 Nerves

5.2 Body language

5.2.1 Facial expression

5.2.2 Posture

5.2.3 Arms and hands 5.2.4 Eye contact

5.2.5 Body language across cultures

5.3 Voice

5.3.1 Volume 5.3.2 Speed 5.3.3 Melody 5.3.5 Stopgaps 5.3.6 Awareness

5.3.4 Language, accent and diction

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