Although we live in a time that most, if not all,
information can be found in writing, the role that oral presentations play in
our academic and working lives has not diminished. Why do people, who can read
books and journals and surf the Internet, still catch early trains to attend
lectures or travel thousands of kilometres to go to conferences? Why do
businesses still organise oral presentations when the employers can easily be
reached by e-mail?
The advantages of attending oral presentations must be worth it for all the people mentioned above.
oral presentations are still an important aspect of academic and
it is equally important to be able to give a good presentation. This
provides information about how you can improve your presentation skills
to give a successful presentation. There is information about how to
the contents of your presentation and how to deliver your message as
as possible, as well as exercises to practise these techniques. We have
included video fragments with examples of both effective and
ineffective ways of
presenting. Because, for most people, English is their second language,
the website is dedicated to language use during a presentation. This
vocabulary and phrases and pronunciation. If you click the "next"
buttons at the end of each page, you will be guided through all the
stages of the presentation process.