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MU CAS 110 - ACE 112 Demonstrative Presentation Instructions

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Slide 1OverviewTypes of Demonstrative PresentationsGuidelinesGuidelinesGuidelinesImportance of Visual AidsDemonstrative PresentationACE 112Overview•The demonstrative presentation is a type of informational presentation. •The main purpose of this presentation is to teach the audience how to complete a process or task. •Usually the demonstrative process is shown by using a series of steps. •The main elements to writing a successful demonstrative presentation are to convey clear instructions to enable persons to effectively and safely complete a task. •To make an effective demonstrative speech, you should be careful to proceed chronologically, step-by-step, using visual aids and props to enhance your presentation.Types of Demonstrative Presentations•There are several types of demonstrative presentations, in relation to public speaking:•Physical demonstration: a demonstration when speaker’s body becomes the main instrument of attraction.•Mechanical demonstration: this refers to the type of demonstration that takes the audience through the stages of developing a task.•Dramatic demonstration: this type usually involves volunteers to step up the podium and show a part of the process.•Technical demonstration: a demonstration, when a speaker uses technical aids to visualize and present the message.Guidelines•Pick a Topic:•Understand the assignment instructions and then choose a topic that you are fully confident with and genuinely interested in.•Consider your audience:•This will help you decide the appropriateness of humor, take an appropriate approach and choose analogies that will be fully appreciated and comprehended.•Determine a demonstrative way of giving your presentation:•Use visual aids to accompany your instructions and verbal descriptions. Make sure that your audience can easily see them.Guidelines•Start with a hook: •Ask an interesting question that your presentation will answer, or relate an anecdote that will catch the audience’s attention. Motivate your audience to learn more about the subject with your introduction.•Organize the information about the process into a step-by-step procedure: •Show your messages in a logical order and describe the details.•Include personal stories and examples to illustrate your topics in a demonstrative presentation:•Make a picture of how their life will improve with this new knowledge.Guidelines•(Optional) Involve your audience into role-play to enhance your presentation.•Fulfill the presentation with enthusiasm and knowledge:•It is hard to inspire the audience to want to know more about a subject without this.•Provide each member of the audience with materials and ingredients to practice with, if it is appropriate to your presentation.•Keep a time for questions and discussion:•Depending on the time and the topic, you are speaking on, choose to either take questions throughout your demonstration, or invite questions at the end.•Extend your presentation by providing a follow-up resources:•This will add a guarantee that your audience will successfully practice the task or process.Importance of Visual Aids•Like most informative presentations, a demonstrative presentation will likely use visual aids that show the audience how to move from one step to another through a particular activity. •Visuals help the audience retain what each step looks like, increasing the likelihood that they will retain the overall information of the


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