1. Good and bad examples of a presentation https://nowcomment.com/documents/76695\
  2. Ted’s secret to good public speaking https://nowcomment.com/documents/76698
  3. Anderson wanted speakers to understand that the most important thing about public speaking is for you to have one good example or idea that you can harp on throughout the speech. This attracts the speaker’s brain to connect to yours. A annotation i made for this video was that you should you should make your audience curious to where they would want to hear more of what your talking about in your speech. To keep them stirred up and want to actually hear more.  Something I learned about good presentations is how you present yourself and body language has a lot to do with it. Presenting in front of others is something that I am comfortable to do when I am confident with the piece I am presenting.
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  1. Isa 1 month ago

    I believe there are many types of skills people personally use to present information to a group of people. To me, the most important thing is to keep your audience interested. Some might not always be interested in your topic, but trying to add jokes or conversation to the presentation can change everything. Speaking loudly and holding a good posture is necessary. If you look or sound uninterested in a topic, so will your audience. I feel as if everyone has the potential to be a good speaker, but practicing the skills to get you there can be a challenge. In this link below you can find tips to help one when presenting. https://jerz.setonhill.edu/writing/technical-writing/oral-presentations-tips/ I enjoyed your topic because personally I like to give presentations, but there is always room to improve.

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