Quick Tips for your Oral Presentation

  1. Plan and write your presentation with enough time to rehearse.
  2. Keep the audience in mind when writing your presentation, use language and examples they can relate to.
  3. Use a variety of language and delivery techniques. Think of all the ones we have talked about!
  4. Cue cards and notes are for your reference only. Don’t read from them or you may not reach the standard, and make sure they are in the correct order.
  5. If appropriate stand for most of your presentation, as sitting will restrict your movement and delivery.
  6. Build a relationship with the audience through natural and sustained eye contact.
  7. Start confidently and sound interested in your topic.
  8. Pay attention to how you will look to others or what might distract you, for example you may wish to tie your hair back.
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