How to Give a Good Presentation

A good presentation should be well-organized, informative, and engaging, and should use a variety of tools and techniques to keep the audience interested and focused on the topic at hand. Some common types of presentations include sales pitches, training sessions, project updates, and keynote speeches.

Today’s topic: What is the presentation? How to start and end the presentation? Format of a formal Speech ………with the speech of a student given on the occasion of the farewell ceremony of SSC exam candidates which will increase self-belief one step inshallah.

Today I will teach you how to speak in English. How? then Start your effort from very now my Dearest Brothers & sisters …………..

The easiest way of Presentation

Good public speaking ability plays a very important role in success in professional and social life. A well-delivered heartwarming speech quickly makes a person popular with everyone. With the change of times, the importance of the English language has increased in all fields, making speaking skills in English essential for a successful career. In Smart Career (Government / Private) speaking English has become more important.
But unfortunately, many of us do not have the habit of speaking in English and the lack of proper guidelines has made it difficult for almost everyone. Actually speaking in English is not a difficult task. So this is my humble attempt for those who are weak in English. Hopefully, by following the framework and guidelines outlined here, you will become a proficient English speaker yourself.
No more confusion, hesitation & fear about Speech in English !!!
Presentation :
A presentation is an ornamental speech presented by someone. The personality of a man is can be vividly expressed through his attractive presentation. Honestly saying, Presentation is nothing but the expression of a man having artistic appeal as well as information.
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Handy Hints for formal speech / Presentation

1. Preparing the Speech 
To give a good speech, it is necessary to prepare the speech in advance. A handful of people can give a great speech right away, but most people can give a speech without preparation. Before going on stage, the main topic of the speech can be organized in mind or in a small note
2. Warning
Do not make statements that the audience cannot understand. Try to speak pure English. Do not give any wrong statistics or information while giving English speech. It is better not to speak very loudly. Use any quotation or proverb correctly. Do not prolong the speech.
What is Presentation?
A presentation is an ornamental speech presented by someone. The personality of a man can be vividly expressed through his nice presentation. Actually, presentation is nothing but the expression of a man having artistic appeal as well as information.
3. Tips for impressive speech:
Build up your confidence. Follow the style of any impressive speech. Try to use recent statistics. Develop an impressive style of speaking. Control your breath, voice, and tone. Try to use simple and easy language. Maintain eye contact. Present your speech lively and without any hesitation. Try to quote relevant examples, stories, incidents, and jokes in your speech.
4. How will you start the function?
Dear friends/ Ladies and gentlemen, good morning/ good afternoon/ good evening, this is ( mention your full name ) on behalf of the ( mention the name of the institution/ organization), I welcome you all, to this ( mention the name of the program). Honorable audience, you will be glad to hear that Mr. Akbar Ali Khan is the chief guest and Mrs. Salma Khan is the special guest of today’s function.
Honorable guest, you will be glad to hear that the distinguished is chief guest and the reverend special guest of today’s function have already arrived in our midst.
5. How will you call somebody else to the dais?
Now I would like to request the honorable president along with the distinguished chief guest and the reverend special guests to kindly come to the dias to take their respective seats.
Now I would like to request Mr./ Mrs./ Miss./ ( mention the name of the speaker ) to come to the dias and to say something about today’s topic. Please Mr./ Mrs./ Miss.( mention the name of the speaker). Ladies and Gentlemen, now I would like to invite you all to enjoy the speech of Mr./ Miss/Mrs.X.
6. How will you start your speech?
Dear brothers and sisters/ Dear friends/ Dear audience/ Dear students/ Ladies and gentlemen, Aaslamualaikum wa Rahmatullah/ good morning / good afternoon / good evening. It’s my special pleasure to be here today/ I am thrilled and excited to be here today/ I am so honored to be here today/ I am really very pleased to come here on this beautiful morning / beautiful evening. Truly speaking it is a great pleasure for me to say something before you. But I am not a good speaker. Please pardon me for my limitation/ignorance. I will try my level best to deliver my short speech on today’s topic and the topic is ( mention the name of your topic).

Steps of Formal Speech

There are three steps in formal Speech. They are mentioned
below :
1. Addressing  
2. Body of Speech  
3. Conclusion 
1. Addressing : 
Addressing is a very important part of speech. It is said that “First impression is the last impression.” Before Addressing, it should be seen who is present in the event, who is the event for, who is presiding, who is the chief guest, and who is the special guest. Name and surname must be pronounced correctly while addressing. While addressing the honored guests should be specialized in appropriate terms. While addressing you should express gratitude to the organizers and everyone associated with the event for giving you a speech.
1. Example of an Addressing  
Honorable President of today’s program, Professor (Name)….., Head, Department of English, distinguished chief Guest Professor Dr. ………teachers, mam, demure seniors, doting /sweet juniors, and my constant companions my courteous Salam to u all, Assalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullah. I am really delighted to have the chance to say something in this program.
2. Body of Speech:
It is the main part of speech. You should take the necessary preparation for this portion. You can use references & statistics in this section. You should arrange your information in a sequence. You should accommodate your speech within the time frame. The object of Language is comprehensibility.
So Language should be simple & easy. You should present your speech confidently and there should be a rhythm in your speech. You are at liberty to deliver your opinion, comment, and feelings. If you get ample time for preparation write down your speech and practice.
03. Conclusion
You should conclude your speech systematically. You should not conclude your speech abruptly. At the end of the speech, you should summarize your information and statistics and put your opinion and suggestion if any. You can call upon the audience to implement your proposal. Finally, you should. extend thanks and gratefulness to the organizer, guests, and the audience.
How will you finish your speech?
Well, dear friends / dear brothers and sisters/ Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to finish here today. If you have any questions you can ask me very frankly. I will try my level best to answer if I can. Thank you very much / Thank you very much for your patient hearing/ Thank you very much for staying with us/ Thank you once again.
Thank you very much Mr/ Miss/ Mrs. ( Mention the name of the speaker) for making your valuable, brilliant, informative, and educative speech before the audience.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we are at the end of today’s function.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we are going to finish our function today.

Here are some tips to help you deliver an effective presentation

  1. Know your audience: Before you start preparing your presentation, make sure you understand who your audience is and what they’re expecting from your talk. Tailor your content and delivery style to suit their needs.
  2. Use visuals: Visual aids such as slides, charts, and videos can help to illustrate your points and keep your audience engaged. However, be sure to use them sparingly and only when they add value to your presentation.
  3. Practice, practice, practice: The more you practice your presentation, the more confident and polished you’ll be on the day of the talk. Rehearse in front of a mirror, record yourself, or ask a friend or colleague to give you feedback.
  4. Keep it simple: Avoid overwhelming your audience with too much information or technical jargon. Keep your content clear, concise, and easy to understand.
  5. Engage your audience: Ask questions, share stories, and encourage participants to keep your audience engaged and interested in your topic.
  6. Be confident: Project confidence and enthusiasm in your delivery. Speak clearly, make eye contact, and use body language to emphasize your points.
  7. Time management: Stick to your allotted time and pace your delivery accordingly. Avoid rushing or dragging on too long, as this can detract from the impact of your presentation.
  8. Follow up: After your presentation, be sure to follow up with your audience and answer any questions they may have. This can help to solidify your message and build relationships with your listeners.

Overall, the key to delivering an effective presentation is to be well-prepared, engaging, and confident in your delivery. With practice and preparation, you can deliver a talk that informs, inspires, and resonates with your audience.

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