Conducting an Evaluation for an Oral Presentation is not a complex thing to do; however, as an assessor, you have to be sure that you are able to take into account the different variables that make up a good and effective Oral Presentation to make sure that a presenter is able to provide proper and accurate information based on the given theme.

An Oral Presentation is the act of presenting a specific topic in front of an audience. A presentation could be, but is not limited to, a lecture, an informative speech, a persuasive speech, or a demonstration.

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Elements of an Oral Presentation

When you are a teacher or a judge who has been asked to critique an Oral Presentation, you will need to consider the five elements of an effective and well-delivered speech.

Confidence

Delivering a speech in front of a lot of people can be an awkward and nerve-wracking experience for some. The challenge here is to appear to look confident and let your audience believe that you know exactly what you are talking about. Actions that exude confidence in a speaker become apparent if he is able to maintain proper posture – head up or chin up, moves freely around the space given to him, 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

If the thought of presenting in front of an audience is nerve-wracking, then thinking of what to say in front of an audience can be mind-boggling. A presenter has to be able to present a speech that has meaning and is informative. He must be able to provide details that directly revolve around the topic of his presentation while adding specks of supporting details and examples to it. Supporting details and examples have to be amply given so that the speech will not be too long and too dragging. One major thing that a speaker also has to keep in mind is to avoid beating around the bush because this will only leave an audience disoriented and disinterested.

Clarity

A presenter’s delivery of a presentation also has to be clear enough for his audience to hear. The speaker should manage the tone of his voice and the pace of his speech in a way that is audible, hits the key points of the presented topic, and paced moderately – not too fast and not too slow.

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Structure

The structure of a presentation is important to make sure that the audience is able to understand its gist. Ideas and supporting details have to be properly outlined, and the speaker should know how to transition from one point to another by using transition words as well as coming up with an attractive and interesting introduction, a perfectly outlined body, and a memorable conclusion.

Visual Aids

One way to provide an engaging and effective presentation is by visual aids. Commonly used visual aids are PowerPoint slides. PowerPoint is a Microsoft application which uses slides that can be presented with the use of a projector. Presenters can provide the key notes and the summary of their topic through these slides so that the speaker and the audience will be on the same page while the presentation is being conducted. Other options for visual aids are handouts, written charts or graphs, flashcards, etc.

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