HOW TO MAKE A GOOD ORAL PRESENTATION1. PREPARE YOUR PRESENTATION- What am I going to talk about?- What do I know about the topic?2. DESIGN AN OUTLINE- Identify the general ideas- Write down important information you mustn’t forget- Examples3. PRACTISE YOUR PRESENTATION- Place yourself in front of a mirror- Record your voice- Make your presentation to a friend or relative4. SPEAK CLEARLY, SLOWLY AND STOP WHEN NECESSARY- Your audience needs time to understand you- They will understand you better- If you take your time, you will relax5. USE GESTURES IN AN APPROPIATE WAY- Voice is not the only tool you have- Look at your audience (all your audience)- Use your hands, they are a good help.- Have contact with everyone in the room- Minimal or no reading of notes6. USE DIFFERENT MATERIALS- Photos, maps, drawings, etc- Make a poster or a Power Point presentation- Don’t forget materials help you, but you must speak7. BE NATURAL AND USE AN EASY LANGUAGE- Look for an easy way to tell your ideas- Avoid complicated words or expressions- Check the pronunciation of difficult words- Pronounce words correctly and slowly enough for easy understanding.- Pronounce words loud enough for audience to hear.8. WHEN YOU FINISH, GIVE TIME FOR QUESTIONS- Ask them if they have got any questions- Tell them where they can find more information9. RELAX AND ENJOY- The audience will appreciate your work- You have learned new things- You are an “expert” on the topic.Write your presentation using these guidelines1. Give the title: The title of my talk / presentation is……2. Introduce your topic: I want to talk about……………….because…………….. / Today I’ll like to talk about…………. Because……3. give some background: lets start with some background……./ I’ve always been interested in………/ as you probablyknow……..4. hit your first point: First, ………....5. move to next points: I’d now like to turn ……../ Moving on ……../ Another thing is ………6. conclude: Finally, I’d like to say …………/ Thank you very much for listening to me / Are there any questions?