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A Presentation is an speech that presents a topic to an audience.

  • Context:
    • It can (typically) have a Presentation Start, where the presenter introduces themselves and the topic.
    • It can (typically) have a Presentation Content, which includes the main information or arguments.
    • It can (typically) have a Presentation Conclusion, where the main points are summarized and the audience is encouraged to engage through questions or discussions.
    • It can be associated with a Presentation Proposal, which outlines the presentation's objectives, key points, and intended outcomes.
    • It can utilize various presentation tools and multimedia elements to enhance the delivery and engagement.
    • It can include a Question and Answer Session towards the end, allowing the audience to seek clarification on the presented topic.
    • It can vary significantly in length, format, and style depending on the context.
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  • Example(s):
    • A Lecture in an academic setting, where a professor discusses a specific topic.
    • An Organizational Presentation, which might include corporate reports, project updates, or strategic plans within a company.
    • A Sales Presentation, aimed at introducing and persuading potential clients to purchase a product or service.
    • A Keynote Speech, which sets the tone for an event or conference and is delivered to a large audience.
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  • Counter-Example(s):
    • A written report, as it does not involve oral presentation to an audience.
    • A casual conversation, which lacks the structured format of a presentation.
    • A written exam, as it does not involve the verbal communication of ideas to an audience.
  • See: Keynote, Audience, Research Conference, Presentation Tools, Multimedia.



  • (Wikipedia, 2019) ⇒ Retrieved:2019-2-4.
    • A presentation is the process of presenting a topic to an audience. It is typically a demonstration, introduction, lecture, or speech meant to inform, persuade, inspire, motivate, or to build good will or to present a new idea or product. The term can also be used for a formal or ritualized introduction or offering, as with the presentation of a debutante. Presentations in certain formats are also known as keynote address.