Look at these videos on using your voice and try the exercises that are given.
If you want to know what your fellow students think of your presentation skills? Ask them to fill in this feedback form to help you improve.
Proper preparation is necessary to be able to give a good presentation. In this guide you can read some tips on how to prepare a good presentation. For example, how to structure your presentation and preparing based on your target audience.
At some point, you will be standing in front of an audience doing a presentation. In order for them to really understand you and remember your story, your non-verbal communication has to match that story. Here are some tips on how to do just that.
An elevator pitch has become an essential form of communication, which allows you to present any subject to an audience in a very short amount of time. This guide will give you instructions and directions on how to most effectively create an elevator pitch.
Often at the end of the presentation but even during the presentation itself, there is room for questions. How can you deal with them and answer them correctly? This guide teaches you more on this topic.
Everybody recognizes them, the nerves that you get before you have to present. However, not everybody knows how to deal with them or even how to make use of them. If you work through this topic guide, you will become more aware and learn how to reduce your nerves so that it doesn't affect your presentation skills.
This Guided Learning offers you skills for making props for your presentation, such as PowerPoint slides or a poster.
Do you have difficulties communicating your ideas to others because of how you speak? Are you wondering how to improve your own speech and maybe learn some English along the way? Start with this topic guide and see how you can improve.
This guide is meant for people who want to further improve their ability to target their audience and how to make them actively participate during their presentation.