Examples of quality class presentation topics include the future of mobile commerce, politics and business, economic indicators, the newspaper industry and overpopulation. Good class presentation topics consider the audience, the presenter's knowledge and passion and the presentation purpose.
Good class presentation topics vary by audience, purpose and presenter. The audience should be considered when selecting a topic to ensure that the presentation is relatable and captures attention. Audience consideration can also help to create rapport that promotes understanding and retention of the information.
Research time is minimized when a topic that the presenter is knowledgeable and passionate about is chosen. This also provides a source of confidence and enthusiasm to the presenter that helps to keep the audience engaged. By selecting a topic that the presenter loves to discuss, answers to questions from the audience are more readily available.
The purpose of a presentation should be carefully considered before choosing a topic. The tone of the presentation can be drastically affected by the approach to the subject.
Whatever topic is chosen, the title and introduction of the presentation should be as enticing as possible and clearly preview the content. Tools such as PowerPoint presentations, handouts and images can be used to capture and keep audience attention.