What makes a good presentation? Define content, style and pronunciation as main tool for presentation?
Making a good presentation starts with crafting the content.
- Create an easy-to-follow structure
When it comes to what you have to say, break it down into three simple sections: your presentation needs an introduction, body, and conclusion.
- Limit the amount of copy on each slide
Less really is more, especially when it comes to making a good presentation. Too much text and the audience will just be reading the screen instead of looking at you and feeling the emotional impact of your message.
- Be savvy with design details
A good design can make or break a presentation. If you haven’t got the budget for a designer, presentation tools such as Visme or Canva will help you make great slides, and Pexels or Unsplash offer stunning royalty-free images.
- Polish several times
Just like some well-worn shoes, a good presentation often needs a few rounds of dusting before it’s all shiny and sparkly.
Content: It is likely that you already have a topic and you know what you want to say about it. This is the content of your presentation. You may already have the content of your presentation in written form: for example in a written report.
Style: Presentation styles are the techniques a business professional uses when delivering a speech. The best style to choose for a presentation often varies depending on the subject you’re discussing, your audience members and the way you prefer to explain the subject matter to your audience.
Pronunciation: Believe it or not, improving your pronunciation can help you learn English more easily. This is because pronunciation forces you to listen to speakers more carefully, focusing on how they make the right sounds when they speak. By listening to how natural sentences sound, you are more likely to make them yourself.