Presentations 2

  1. Starting and finishing / transition
  2. Supporting
  3. Exploring
  4. Focusing
  5. Analysing
  6. Giving Explanations
  7. Presenting solutions with “what”
  8. Repeating
1. STARTING your points

Beginning / to begin with (x point), let me explain…

Let me start by outlining the advantages of…

Let’s / let me / I will / we will begin with…

ending

To end this point,

To finish

before we move on to …

To close this point

transitions

Now that’s done, let’s move to

moving on

let’s move on to

continuing on

2. SUPPORTING a statement

Data shows that X is … which leads us to conclude that B is true / accurate.

Data proves that…

X is evidenced by the (study/ data/ etc) .

We can see that X is better (etc) due to the data described here (pointing at slideshow).

3. EXPLORING a list of points

In relation with/ to…
Regarding…
Concerning…
With respect to…

Mini test on parts 1-3

Delete as necessary

Beginning / Begin with (x point), let me explain…

Let me start by outline/outlining/outlined the advantages of…

Data shows/demonstrates/reveals that X is …

The evidence is clear that X is more better/efficient/upper than the competition.

Focusing

I’d like to emphasise…
I’d like to stress…
I should reiterate/repeat…
It is critical/essential to understand…

Analysing

Let’s look at this more closely.
What does this mean exactly?
In other words…

Giving explanations

The cause
This happened because…
This was a result of…
So…/therefore…
The result
This will result in…
This will lead to…
Consequently…/As a result…

presenting solutions with “what”

What we can’t do is…
What I’d like to do is…
What is really important is…

Repeating

This is a very, very difficult problem.
We thought for a long, long time about this.
We need to do something and we need to do it now.

Mini test

Using repeating, give your opinion of the last movie you saw.

Using “what”, explain what you would like to do to  improve your skills

Explain what happened as a consequence of decision.

Presentations III