Who is the audience for this presentation?People who are interested in computers and doing a system restore.What is the purpose of this presentation?To explain how to do a system restore to a previous time.
Explain how the topic is specific and relates to the audience.It is very informative if you are looking to do a system restore on your computer and don’t know how to.Target Audience Analysis: What special adaptations for these audience types might be necessary for this presentation to be effective?Technical PersonnelA computerNon-TechnicalA Speaker or presenterManagementNoneClient/StakeholderNoneAge/ExperienceAnyone – Beginner to expertOther (specify)NoneEnvironment Analysis: What special adaptations may be necessary for the environment or situation of the presentation?SizeA room or space large enough for people who are interested. Physical settingHaving a projector to project what you are doing on the computer Audience knowledgeBeginner to expert.Audience interest/focusLearning how to do a system restore.Attitude toward topicInterested in computer tasks.Speaker credibilitySounding confident in what you are speaking about.Occasion?Speaker ________________________________ Topic________________________________What devices will you use in the introduction to gain audience attention? VocalWhat steps will you take to relate the topic to this audience? Make the speech seem interesting to any age group.What is the main idea you want to convey to the audience?How to perform a system restore.What are the presentation’s main points? Why did you develop these particular points? Steps on completing a system restore.What supporting materials will you use and why???What steps will you take to make language clear and appropriate to this audience? Speaking slowly so everyone can follow and understand.What adjustments will you make in delivery—rate of speech, volume, tone of voice, gestures, and the like—to communicate your ideas? Speaking slowly, speak loud enough for everyone to hear.