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The Do's and Don'ts of Oral Presentation

Tips on what to do and what not to do while presenting in front of an audience.

Catesby Willis

on 12 February 2013

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Transcript of The Do's and Don'ts of Oral Presentation

Don'ts Do's & Don'ts of
Oral Presentation Do's Use your hands, face, and body to emphasize your points.
Move around freely. By Catesby Willis Have good posture and stand up straight.
Make eye contact with the audience
for 2-3 seconds. Pronounce words correctly and project your voice.
Vary the speed and loudness of your voice -
fast= excited
slow= serious Do not hide from the audience,
rock, pace, or fold your arms. Do not look at the ground or sky. Avoid
Having shifty eyes or staring at only one person Do not shout at the audience or slur your words.
Avoid using redundant phrases like "um" or "err" Do not chew gum while presenting or
make distracting noises like sucking your teeth. Do not slouch. Good posture shows the
audience that you are confident Good luck presenting!
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