A step-by-step guide for creating and delivering effective oral presentations.
Preparation, organisation, language and questions
Use functional and interpretive language and answer questions.
Body language and voice
Effective use of body language and voice can enhance your presentation.
Create cohesive, user-friendly visuals to complement your message.
Purposeful practice and feedback
Give and receive targeted feedback to improve your presentations
- Online learning module
Strategies to plan, organise and present your oral presentations. Includes tips on language, visual aids and presentation style.
- Quick read
Managing stress for oral presentations
Much stress is caused by not feeling in control of a situation. These tips and ideas are aimed at giving you a greater sense of control over the oral presentation context.
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Speaking clearly for presentations
Speaking at an appropriate speed, pronouncing key terms correctly, accurate word stress and natural intonation patterns will help you deliver a clear presentation.
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