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Title: Oral Presentation Advice Author: ragarwal Last modified by: Raghu Agarwal Created Date: 10/16/2007 9:09:58 PM Document presentation format – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: ME 195: Senior Project Progress Presentations


1
ME 195 Senior Project Progress Presentations
  • Raghu Agarwal
  • October 5, 2011
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department
  • San Jose State University

2
Topics of Discussion
  • Preparing the Presentation
  • Making Slides
  • Audience Interaction
  • Contents
  • Handling Questions

3
1. Preparing the Presentation
  • Go through a dry run
  • Just the planning and thinking dont work
  • Many new thoughts and ideas interfere with the
    substance
  • Hard to keep track of the time
  • Its hard to distill everything in 15 minutes.
    Did you practice the talk with your group before
    the presentation?

4
2. Preparing Slides
  • Make the slide uncluttered and easy to read. No
    flashy colors!
  • Use between 4 - 6 bullets
  • Use the bullets to expand on them
  • Do not present long equations, tables, charts
  • Do not include long sentences for your reading
  • Make your talk entirely centered around the
    bullet

5
3. Audience Interaction
  • Connect with the audience
  • Look at them
  • Avoid monotone, vary the pitch
  • Do not block the screen, stand on one side of the
    screen
  • Not everyone understand all your points
  • Not everyone is interested in your topic, so make
    it interesting and simple
  • Did you leave the audience with a clear picture
    of the progress you have made?

6
4. Contents
  • Title page
  • Agenda items to be presented
  • Brief introduction of the project leading to the
    presentation
  • Progress made
  • Detailed description of the work done
  • Supporting documents
  • Planned Future Work

7
5. Handling Questions
  • Be very brief and precise in answering
  • Do not deviate from the question
  • Keep the question in focus when answering

8
  • ?
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