Audience - Your audience are key to your presentation, know who they are, know what motivates them; make the presentation relevant to them as individuals. What does this information mean to them personally and will encourage them to concentrate and interact with you.
Ask - Ask questions, they don't have to be directed at individuals but make your audience think, don't just speak at them.
Bullet points - These can be overused so asses if they are really necessary. You can use bullet points to focus your messages. But remember your audience will read faster than you can speak so build your bullet points as you go.
Basics - Don't forget the basics of presenting. Be clear when speaking, pronounce everything, and make sure you talk to the person at the back of the room. Arrive early, make sure your presentation is correct and your microphone works and familiarise yourself with the stage and set up.
Creativity - Remember this is a presentation not a hand-out; you can use creativity to find alternative ways of displaying your messages without them losing impact or importance. Making a more creative presentation will make the audience remember you and your presentation after they've left the room.
Concise - Be clear and concise with your messages, audience's attention spans are not great so you want to make sure they leave with all the key messages and aren't bogged down with too much detail.
Captivate - Try finding an alternative way to approach your subject. Maybe use a current news story or sports situation to help explain your points. The audience won't expect to hear the presentation told in this way so will captivate their imagination more. Flashing your project present stylish.