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Structures of public speech or informal talk presentation. Classical with opening, body and closing. Monotonous to avoid. Engaging Hollywood style, increasing tension, climax. Or 4mat structure.

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  1. 1. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Presentation Structures 1 Presentation training visuals Part 3
  2. 2. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 3 How you can structure Your speech? 21 3
  3. 3. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 4 Structure of the presentation depends on its content. Is it informative talk? Or entertaining? How you can structure Your speech? 21 3
  4. 4. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Classical three part structure Opening Body Closing
  5. 5. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Opening Introduction of a speaker Presentation title Agenda Opening Body Closing
  6. 6. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Body of the presentation Serie of arguments, Your main story Split it to several sections if it’s longer Opening Body Closing
  7. 7. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Closing Summary of main points What’s one thing to remember Call to Action, Contact Opening Body Closing
  8. 8. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 This is part of training visuals toolbox. Your feedback is welcomed. Leave me a comment, share Your presentation challenge.
  9. 9. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 See more presentation visuals at infoDiagram.com This is part of training visuals toolbox. Your feedback is welcomed. Leave me a comment, share Your presentation challenge.
  10. 10. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Read on… This is part of training visuals toolbox. Your feedback is welcomed. Leave me a comment, share Your presentation challenge. See more presentation visuals at infoDiagram.com
  11. 11. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Structures of presentations Monotoneous Opening Body Closing
  12. 12. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Structures of presentations Monotoneous Opening Body Closing
  13. 13. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Structures of presentations Increasing tension – Hollywood movie style
  14. 14. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Structures of presentations 1. Why should I listen 4MAT
  15. 15. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Structures of presentations 1. Why should I listen 2. What you want to tell me 4MAT
  16. 16. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Structures of presentations 1. Why should I listen 3. How it works 2. What you want to tell me 4MAT
  17. 17. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Structures of presentations 4. If I’m interested what’s next 1. Why should I listen 3. How it works 2. What you want to tell me 4MAT
  18. 18. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Structures of presentations 4. If I’m interested what’s next 1. Why should I listen 3. How it works 2. What you want to tell me 4MAT
  19. 19. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Consider various speech structures
  20. 20. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Consider various speech structures
  21. 21. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Delivering training on communication topics?
  22. 22. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Enrich it with illustrations to make the presentation more memorable
  23. 23. Copyright: infoDiagram.com 2015 Enrich it with illustrations to make the presentation more memorable See more presentation visuals at infoDiagram.com (click to open)
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