Structuring Presentations


Structuring a presentation includes the alignment of the content to be presented; Right from the Introduction to the conclusion structuring includes various aspects which should be presented in a very simple and informative manner to give it a professional Touch.

Basic steps while structuring a presentation 

Introduction– Introduction forms the first part while structuring a presentation; it is the first impression of the topic leading it to the descriptive part. Introduction should contain information about the content and purpose of the presentation and must be started in a very positive way to grab public’s attention. Introduction must always start with a greeting to the public and then lead towards the topic of presentation and explanation.

 Body– Body of the presentation should always include the most important parts to be discussed. Highlighted parts of the content which are captivating to the public should form the body of a presentation. Interaction with public during a presentation plays a vital role in keeping the audience alive and connected. Idioms, image transitions and animation should be used in combination with the highlighted important parts of the description in the Body. The content in the body part should be more in terms of highlighted Keywords and not in the form of long descriptive sentences; explanation part should be limited to speech and the appearance of the content must be in highlighted.

Conclusion– Conclusion of a presentation is another important part of a presentation, it is a stage where the summary of the whole presentation can be described and a concluding message should be added. An overview of the whole presentation if summarized effectively would leave a lasting impression on the audience. Conclusion must always end on a thanking note to the public for their attention.


Introduction and conclusion designed with an impactful content and appropriately structured Body would leave a lasting impression on the public .

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