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As a good and successful oral presenter one must know a few ways to capture the audiences heart So how to have an effective oral presentation In my point of view there are three ways of leading one becomes a good oral presenter These three ways are determining who are the audience preparation of speech and the use of audio-visual facilities First of all determining who is the audience As a good presenter one must know who is the audience for the presentation To start with one must do research on what is the age group of the audience that one is giving the speech to Other than that knowing about which field they are in is also a very important factor to have an effective oral presentation For example if an oral presenter is going to give speech to a group of lawyers he should talk about what a professional lawyer do avoid talking about what a doctor do Before one gives a speech he should have details of the audience first and decides how to address the audience With a good address to the audience this may attract the audience attention to your speech In the second place after determining the audiences identity an oral presenter must prepare his speech which will be delivered to the audience Before one prepares his speech he must do research on the topic that he wants to talk about He must master the topic first before preparing his speech In preparing the speech he should also include the facts and good examples as these may attract the audience attention For instance talking about respecting those who are handicapped the facts about how the famous Helen Keller who was blind but gained respects from all over the world So the point in no one should look down on the handicapped people and underestimate their abilities Lastly to win over the audience hearts the use of audio-visual facilities is
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