I recommned you take the time to watch this entire presentation by Dr. Doumont, which was delivered at Stanford Universitys Clark Center on April 12, 2012. In this talk he explains why scientists are often perceived as being poor communicators, and he discusses the challenges of communicating with lay audiences.
Useful when preparing presentations. My students have difficulty with words like definite.
When your entry appears in pink, mouse over to hear it pronounced.Create lists of up to 15 entries like this: cat;cart;cut;caught etc.There are currently 160381 entries in the dictionary.
The audience determines the talk.
Practice almost makes perfect.
Nervous energy is exploitable.
Every talk should motivate a problem.
An academic talk is about an idea, not a paper.
Slides must not overwhelm the viewer.
Images and diagrams are better than text.
Math’s benefit must outweigh the loss of attention.
Questions are not random.
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Good tips for presentations skills. Sticking to ten slides would depend on the topic but the less slides the better generally.
Not perfect but may help to prepare for presentations.