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Mustafizur rRhman:
PRESENTATION SKILL DEVELOPMENT

Mustafizur rRhman:
PRESENTATION SKILL DEVELOPMENT   
Md. Mustafizur Rahman Sameen
Assistant Professor,Department of English, DIU.   
Ph: 01817534271
Google Class Code=6ja48a
Note: No retake of quiz-tests and class presentations will be taken.   

THE OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE ARE TO:
* make students understand the importance and kinds of Presentation skills.
* familiarize them with the skills related to Presentation skills.
* facilitate them to overcome their shyness and hesitations and make them confident.
* improve their self esteem.
* make them good presenters.

Outcome of the course:
After completing this course students will be able to:
* give effective presentations in academic and non academic situations.

Overall Evaluation Segments and Marks Distribution:
Evaluation will be based on theirdifferent kind of presentations.

Marks Distribution
Class Attendance and Participations:  0.25x28 classes   =07
Assignment Presentation:   =05
Class Presentation   =08
3 Class Test Presentations (will be averaged)    =15
Midterm Test: (08+07+10) [03 Presentations]   =25
Final Examination: (15+15+10) [03 Presentations]   =40
Total Marks   =100
Overall Grading Pattern:
Numeral Grade   Letter Grade   Numeral Grade   Letter Grade
80- Above   A+   55-59   B-
75-79   A   50-54   C+
70-74   A-   45-49   C
65-69   B+   40-44   D
60-64   B   Less than 40   F


Course Policies: 
•   Classes will be student centered, interactive and performance based.
•   All students have to participate/ perform in every class to learn effectively.
•   Regular attendance is mandatory.
•   Students will not be allowed to enter 5 minutes after the class starts.
•   Students have to do their H.Ws/assignments regularly.
•   Dates for quizzes/ assignments/presentations/ exams will be announced well in advance, but instant class tests/presentationswill also be taken.
•   Quizzes/presentations cannot be missed. No quiz or presentation will be retaken.

EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR PRESENTATION
Name of the Student [in Block Letters] =………………………………………………………………
                                      ID of the Student=………………………………………………………………
No.   Areas to Judge   Very Good   Good   Ok   Bad   Very Bad   Comment
      05   04   03   02   01   
1   Dress up/ Get up and Use of Props                  
2   Interesting/Innovative starting                  
3   Standard of the Presentation Topic                  
4   Standard of the Slides                  
5   Humor, wit and Real Life examples                  
6   Complementing Body Language and Facial Expressions                  
7   Eye Contact and Communication with the Audience                  
8   Level of Confidence and Self Esteem                  
9   Attitude, Manner and Smile of the Presenter                  
10   Voice quality and modulations                  
11   Emotional/Interesting/Impressing Ending                  
12   Totality      


CLASS PLAN
Class Type: Student Centered Interactive class.
[The course teacher will only facilitate, instruct and guide the students into interesting and effective classroom activities and students will perform accordingly to understand and learn better.]
CLASS NO   CONTENT
01   Lesson Objective:
Students will be informed about the course objectives, class room activities, exam instructions and other course related information.
   Lesson contents:
Course information
Introductions
What and Why is Presentation Skill?
    Classroom Activities:
Individual speaking: Games on Yes Boss/No Boss.
Pair Works: Drill on Observation and Concentration  & Creative Activities   
Group Works: Playing Memory Games.
   Home Work/ Assignment: Identify your limitations as a presenter and make a list of them.

   Name of the Book   Writer
1   Presentation and Public Speaking. [Classic Publication]   S M Wahiduzzaman
Editor: AMM Hamidur Rahman Dean, FHSS, DIU.
2   Effective Presentation Skills: A Practical Guide for Better Speaking    Steve Mandel

3   Powerful Presentation Skills: How to Get a Group's Attention, Hold People's Interest and Persuade Them to Act       Debra Smith

4   Lecture Booklet   Md. Mustafizur Rahman

Mustafizur rRhman:
Prescribed Books

   Name of the Book   Writer
1   Presentation and Public Speaking. [Classic Publication]   S M Wahiduzzaman
Editor: AMM Hamidur Rahman Dean, FHSS, DIU.
2   Effective Presentation Skills: A Practical Guide for Better Speaking    Steve Mandel

3   Powerful Presentation Skills: How to Get a Group's Attention, Hold People's Interest and Persuade Them to Act       Debra Smith

4   Lecture Booklet   Md. Mustafizur Rahman

Mustafizur rRhman:
LECTURE SHEETS
ON
PRESENTATION SKILL DEVELOPMENT
MD. MUSTAFIZUR RAHMAN  SAMEEN
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
PHONE : 01817534271
e-mail: mustafiz@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd

SELF-ESTEEM
 
 


Noun    (Concise Encyclopedia) Sense of personal worth and ability that is fundamental to an individual's identity.   
Question: What Is Self-Esteem?
Answer: In psychology, the term self-esteem is used to describe a person's overall sense of self-worth or personal value. Self-esteem is often seen as a personality trait, which means that it tends to be stable and enduring. Self-esteem can involve a variety of beliefs about the self, such as the appraisal of one's own appearance, beliefs, emotions and behaviors.
Components of Self-Esteem
According to one definition (Braden, 1969), there are three key components of self-esteem:
1.   Self-esteem is an essential human need that is vital for survival and normal, healthy development.
2.   Self-esteem arises automatically from within based upon a person's beliefs and consciousness.
3.   Self-esteem occurs in conjunction with a person's thoughts, behaviors, feelings and actions.
Self-Esteem Synonyms:
Self-worth
Self-respect
Self-value

Mustafizur rRhman:
LECTURE SHEETS
ON
PRESENTATION SKILL DEVELOPMENT
MD. MUSTAFIZUR RAHMAN  SAMEEN
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
PHONE : 01817534271
e-mail: mustafiz@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd

BASIC TIPS
 
•   Dress smartly: don't let your appearance distract from what you are saying.
•   Smile. Don't hunch up and shuffle your feet. Have an upright posture. Try to appear confident and enthusiastic.
•   Say hello and smile when you greet the audience: your audience will probably look at you and smile back: an instinctive reaction.
•   Speak clearly, firmly and confidently as this makes you sound in control. Don't speak too quickly: you are likely to speed up and raise the pitch of your voice when nervous. Give the audience time to absorb each point. Don't talk in a monotone the whole time. Lift your head up and address your words to someone near the back of audience. If you think people at the back can't hear, ask them.
•   Use silence to emphasize points. Before you make a key point pause: this tells the audience that something important is coming. It's also the hallmark of a confident speaker as only these are happy with silences. Nervous speakers tend to gabble on trying to fill every little gap.
•   Keep within the allotted time for your talk.
•   Eye contact is crucial to holding the attention of your audience. Look at everyone in the audience from time to time, not just at your notes or at the PowerPoint slides. Try to involve everyone, not just those directly in front of you.
•   You could try to involve your audience by asking them a question.
•   Don't read out your talk, as this sounds boring and stilted, but refer to brief notes jotted down on small (postcard sized) pieces of card. Don't look at your notes too much as this suggests insecurity and will prevent you making eye contact with the audience.
•   It’s OK to use humour, in moderation, but better to use anecdotes than to rattle off a string of jokes.
•   Take along a wristwatch to help you keep track of time – the assessor may cut you off as soon as you have used the time allocated, whether or not you have finished.
•   It can be very helpful to practise at home in front of a mirror. 
•   It's normal to be a little nervous. This is a good thing as it will make you more energized. Many people have a fear of speaking in public. Practicing will make sure that you are not too anxious. In your mind, visualize yourself giving a confident successful performance. Take a few deep slow breaths before your talk starts and make a conscious effort to speak slowly and clearly. 
•   Build variety into the talk and break it up into sections: apparently, the average person has a three minute attention span!
 
 

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