Body of the presentation and indicating slides
From more formal to less formal, this language can help you to present the main part of your presentation, signalling a new focus on each point, and indicating your slides.
1) Body of presentation
– first point
– I’d like to start by talking about X..
– As mentioned the first aspect focuses on X..
– Let me start by giving you some information about X..
– second point
– I’m going to move onto my second point now which is X..
– Now, focusing on the second aspect, X..
– Let’s move onto the second part..X
– third/final point
– Finally, I’d like to look at/talk about X..
– The final aspect is X, which I’ll talk about now..
– Ok, moving onto the final part now, which is X..
2) Referring to visual aids/slides:
– For example, it can be seen that..
– As this slide shows..
– As you can see here..
Use clear signalling language when you are moving on from one point to the next allowing a pause so that the audience is able to follow the transition. Don’t read every word from the slides,only use them to illustrate your point.