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Find the entire publication at https://www.educatorstechnology.com/2018/05/tips-to-help-you-deliver-power.html. Here is an excerpt:

The key Do’s of presenting:

  • Practice your presentation
  • Introduce yourself to the audience
  • Maintain eye contact with the audience
  • Use props, handouts and videos for added interest
  • Always ask if the audience has any questions
The key Don’ts of presenting:

  • Talk at a steady speed, not too fast or too slow
  • Avoid reading from your slides at all costs
  • Try not to pace up and down due to your nerves
  • Avoid saying ‘um’ within a sentence
  • Try your best not to fidget with your hands
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Great tips at http://www.presentation-guru.com/how-to-be-mesmerising/

Develop your slides to make them more interesting, read more at http://www.edgaged.net/2017/06/lanceyodershyperslides.html?utm_content=buffercdc08&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin.com&utm_campaign=buffer

es, by being mindful of the audience and the response to the speaker, the presentation can be enhanced. The same is true for listening to and being mindful of one’s own body during the presentation. Read some helpful tips at: http://www.presentation-guru.com/how-to-be-an-effective-presenter-through-better-listening/

Interesting reading in Counter-intuitive speaking lessons from the road at http://www.publicwords.com/2017/09/21/counter-intuitive-speaking-lessons-road/