about 40 seconds
*Greeting – Good morning/afternoon/evening ladies and gentlemen, 1 sentence,
Lesson 3, page 11
*Introduce yourself – say your name, job title, and company name, 1 sentence,
Lesson 3, page 11
Purpose/Overview, they have been put together in one sentence,
Example: Today, in my presentation, I’m going to explain the causes for the problem and the remedial actions taken.
Remember, in the purpose part, if it says “to explain…” or “to suggest…” then you CAN say it, if it says, “to persuade…” or “to reassure…” then you DON’T say it in your purpose sentence. ****see special highlighted note on page 3, Lesson 3**** You do not to need to say how long your presentation is, but if you want to, that’s fine, it’s optional. (i.e. My presentation will be 4 minutes.)
Body about 2 minutes and 20 seconds
Background, the number of sentences should be equal or almost equal to the number of dots (°) on the role card. Example of how to introduce the background: I would like to begin with some background information.
Causes for Problem, the number of sentences should be equal or almost equal to the number of dots (°) on the role card. Example of how to introduce the causes for the problem: There are two/three reasons for the problem.
*Get your audience’s attention and introduce the solutions, 1 – 2 sentences
Example: Now, I’m sure you’re wondering what is being done to deal with the situation and what the solutions are to solve this problem. These are really good questions and I want you to know that name of company understands your concerns.
Solution – discuss the solutions and their *benefits.
The solutions are in point form, their grammar is not correct.
There is a chance you will have to add a verb and you will definitely have to add other words to make a complete sentence with correct grammar.
The benefits are not on the role card, you can use some of the suggested