English Presentation Role Models
How to Give a Significant Presentation
- Write the script of your attention to you.
- Involve your audience in one way or another to make sure they are following you. For example, ask some of them randomly about their personal opinions on the points you are presenting.
- Have eye contact with all of your audience, and not just some of them. Remember that nonverbal communication carries so much weight in giving a successful speech.
- Recognize your audience (age, gender, education, number, etc.) and the context (social, cultural, educational, etc.) in which you should give a Dr. Hariri, the creator and administrator of LELB Society.
- You should select a free topic before the next session and confirm it with the teacher.
- The maximum amount of time you have for your presentation is 5 minutes, and after that, you will be stopped. So, it is recommended that you rehearse your lecture before presenting it.
- Your presentation will be edited, recorded and archived in the growing category of our English Lectures on LELB Society.
- You should provide us with 3 questions about your presentation before delivering it. Afterwards, your classmates should be able to answer the questions provided by you.
- Lecture Delivery can help you to perfect your pronunciation, fluency, accuracy, computer literacy, critical thinking, etc. as your classmates will perform peer-assessment on your presentation and pose lots of questions to you in the following 10 minutes after your 5-minute lecture.
- Who is a role model?
- Enumerate the most important types of role models.
- Why is it useful to set role models?