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An Oral Presentation is the act of presenting a specific topic to an audience. An Oral Presentation can be delivered in many ways and in different forms, including a persuasive speech, a lecture, an informative speech, or a demonstration among others. While the idea of presenting a speech is not such a difficult thing to do, the actual ability to present in front of an audience can be quite a challenge. It is therefore important to assess an Oral Presentation in an objective and fair manner. If you are tasked to evaluate an Oral Presentation, you have to be sure that you are able to take into account the different elements that constitute a good and effective Oral Presentation to make sure that a presenter is able to provide the proper and accurate information based on the given subject. When conducting evaluations on oral presentations, Evaluation Forms are utilized to ensure that accurate and objective data is gathered.

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To properly evaluate a presentation, an Evaluation Form is used to make sure that accurate and objective data is being gathered.

It is important to note that an effective oral presentation has to be able to hit the 5 different elements of a good and well-delivered speech, which are: confidence, content, clarity, structure, and visual aids. Each elements is clearly broadly defined below:

Confidence

Confidence is the ability to be free from doubt, to believe in oneself and in one’s abilities. It is imperative to exude confidence when delivering a speech in front of an audience. Confidence is what piques a listener’s interests and makes them want to listen to what you have to say. Confidence is also the same element that makes listeners assume that you are credible enough for them to believe in you and in what you have to say.

A speaker who exudes confidence is someone who is able to maintain proper posture when speaking, can comfortably move freely around the floor space that he has, uses an adequate amount of hand gestures, smiles, does not fidget, has an audible voice, makes eye contact, and speaks at a moderate pace.

Content

The content is the reason behind the oral presentation. A presenter has to be able to present a speech that is understandable and meaningful. Contents of a speech include points that revolve, support, and cite examples of the topic.

The details given to support the speech’s content as well as the examples provided should not be supplied over-abundantly. Doing this will make the speech long and dragging and will result in a disoriented and disinterested audience.

Clarity

The method of delivering a speech has to be clear and succinct in order for an audience to relate and understand. A speaker should be be conscious of the tone of voice he uses, the pace of his delivery, as well as the volume of his voice. Our Performance Evaluation Forms cover the basic factors that need to be assessed in an oral presentation.

Communication Training Evaluation Form

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Structure

Ideas and supporting details have to be clearly and properly outlined, and the speaker should be able to transition from one point to another with the use transition words. A speaker should also be able to come up with an introduction that is able to pique an audience’s interest, a body that clearly and properly outlines your idea, and a memorable conclusion.

Visual Aids

Using visual aids during a presentation promotes interaction among your audience and allows them to have a physical view of your presentation’s key notes. Commonly used visual aids are PowerPoint slides. PowerPoint is a Microsoft application. Presenters can provide the key notes and the summary of their topic through these slides so that both presenter and audience will be on the same page. Other options for visual aids are handouts, written charts or graphs, flashcards, etc.

Evaluation Forms have to be used when conducting any type of evaluation. Our Evaluation Forms are not just limited to Presentation Evaluation Forms but also include Marketing Evaluation Forms.

Be sure to use the right evaluation form that allows you to properly assess specific and important aspects of an oral presentation. Our free forms are easily downloadable for your easy access. We also offer other evaluations forms such as Teacher Evaluation Forms for your daily evaluating needs.

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