It happens to everyone when preparing a presentation… You have too much to talk about in your presentation and you don’t know what to do. This video will help you learn what you should do when you have too many things to cover or a lot of details, but you just don’t have time for everything in your presentation.
I’ve made quite a few videos with many different presentation expressions. And I’m sure I’ll continue to do so. But one thing you should remember is that you don’t necessarily need more presentation expressions. What you really need is to make the expressions I’ve taught your own. Don’t just copy what I say. Find your own way, change it, say it how you would say it and not how I would say it. Good luck!
If you are feeling anxious about giving a presentation or you’re nervous about how you will perform, then this video is for you. Giving a presentation can be thought of as a sort of performance. Think about it… You need to stand in front of a group of people, maintain their attention and hopefully, achieve the result you want.
It’s a performance
Improving your class presentation skills can be done at any time, of course. But what better time to start fresh than the beginning of a new school year. Constantly trying to improve yourself, even a little bit at a time, will move you towards achieving bigger and bigger goals. So think about what do you want to improve. It could be your English ability, your writing skills, and of course, your class presentation skills.
With that in mind, let me know what you want to learn to improve your presentation skills. I will do my best to answer and help you out. Thanks always for your support.
Here is a presentation expression you can use to start a presentation and introduce an idea, concept or opinion that will help you stand out from other presenters.
In this video you will learn about how to start a presentation, but rather than what you should do, you will learn about three mistakes to avoid.