|Group of listeners or spectators.
|Communication through facial expressions, body movements, etc.
|Sheet of information in the form of a table, graph or diagram.
|Graphic representation of a situation e.g. the results of an action.
|Pad of large paper sheets on a stand for presenting information.
|Diagram showing the relation between variable quantities.
|Advice or instructions given in order to guide or direct an action.
|Written information (report etc.) given to people at a presentation.
|Essential or main point.
|Pen with felt tip used for writing on a whiteboard.
|Electrical instrument used to amplify the speaker’s voice.
|Overhead transparency : sheet of film with an image or printed information for overhead projector.
|What one wants to achieve; one’s aim
|Brief description or presentation.
|Device that projects a transparency onto a screen or wall.
|Short presentation of the main points.
|Rod or stick used to indicate things on a map, screen, etc.
|Flat, reflective blank surface on which films, slides, etc. are projected.
|Phrases used to help focus the audience’s attention on different parts of a presentation.
|Small photographic transparency.
|Make a summary of the essential points; sum up.
|Subject of a discussion or talk.
|Image or information printed on transparent plastic or film.
|Aids such as charts, slides, etc. used at a presentation.
|Flat white board on which to write or draw with markers.