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Presentation Tips for Public Speaking

Presentation Tips
College Freshman
Austin Community College, Round Rock

Good job here! I did lots of presentations for competitions and this told all the good tips. This is very informative and helpful for those who may not know what to do.

Presentation Tips for Public Speaking
College Freshman
Austin Community Ciollege, Round Rock

This is really interesting, because to tell you the truth, at least for me, I get all nervous and stressed with the only the thought that I have to stand in front of a big amount of people. I would get terrified, and know Iím not going to say that this going to be all good because it would be lie, but itís going to be easier for me, if I apply all this tips that were given here.

YEA for HELP
College Freshman
Austin Community College, Cypress Creek, TX

Thank you so much for writing this. I like how you mentioned that when you present, its like your acting on the stage, etc. I never thought of it that way. I really want to better my oral presentation skills. I not only enjoyed reading this article, but learned a lot.

Speech: Presentation Tips for Public Speaking
Amanda Karmelita, HS Senior
Canada College, Redwood City

These couple of paragraphs create a great little reminder to have open on your desktop as you're putting together an oral presentation. Although everything they point out are things we are frequently reminded of by our teachers, it's nice to have something that lays out what our oral presentation should have, step by step. We can even use it as a little checklist for ourselves. All of the information and advice is valid and accurate. One thing this little excerpt said is, "Speak to the person farthest away from your to ensure your voice is loud enough." Of course, it's important to speak loud, but I've never heard anyone put it in that way, and now that I've read that, I think I will be much more sure that I'm speaking loud enough in my future oral presentations. It's a good "how to" guide overall.

Facing your fears
Justine Bunch
Ultimate Medical Academy, Tampa,Florida

I have a hard time talking in public. I just get up on stage not acting nervous at all. Once I'm finished I walk off stage with a sigh of relief knowing I accomplished my goals.


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