Tips for Talks

  • Speak clearly.
  • Speak loudly enough to be heard everywhere in the room.
  • Rehearse your talk (and time yourself).
  • Keep within your time limit.
  • Make eye contact whenever possible.
  • Begin and end decisively.
  • Take a slow deep breath or two before speaking.
  • Organize your talk well, but don’t be afraid to speak spontaneously if you become inspired. Relax–it’s just your class!

Still worried about the oral presentation?
Practice:3 Exercises for Oral Presentations

Check out:

  • Oral Presentation Advice
  • Practical Hints for Giving a Presentation

  • Designing Effective Oral Presentations


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