- You could introduce your talk or presentation formally.
going to talk about...
presentation, I'd like to tell you a little bit
- Alternatively, you could grab your audience's attention by starting
with a question or a challenging statement. Use pictures or
much do you know about
ever asked yourself why ... ?
going to tell you about today will change the way you think
the picture/object. What do you think it
I organize the presentation?
- Make it short. Write down the points you want to make, edit them
down to, say, four, then decide which order you are going to make them
each point with an expression from the list
first/key thing to say about __________
point to make about __________
really need to know about__________
to/move on to ...
interesting thing to say about__________ is
I'd like to say a few words
- After introducing the point, add information briefly in two, three,
or, at the most, four sentences. Use markers like the ones below to
construct long, well-balanced sentences.
... ; Surprisingly, ,.,; Remarkably,
Despite,...; However, ...; Although,...; Whereas...
Consequently, ... ; In addition,..,;
Moreover,...; Furthermore, ...
Incidentally, ... ; By the way, ... ; It's worth noting
- Conclude the presentation by briefly summarizing what you have said,
or the points you have made. You could end by asking for comments or
conclusion,... ;To sum up,...
remember that……..is all about…….. ,
So, there are three things to remember
Does anybody have any