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we had a class presentation in one of my science classes,
the teachers let us sign up which day we wanted to present ours. I got first pick (very lucky :) )
Normally, I would have wanted to be the last person to go on the last day but this time, I picked as one of the first people to go. This was a huge step for me. yay!!!
On the day of the presentation, I was trembling like mad at first (thats my worst SA symptom) I tried to calm myself, but it was very difficult.
However, when I got there, all my symptoms stopped, and my presentation went super smoothly.. I even got a lot of compliments on my presentation!!! I was very very happy.
Some advice I have learnt about oral presentations:- positive mental energy is important, just keep thinking " I WANT to be here"
-talk slowly, cleary and loudly. Take the time to think, don't rush through..
-learn what you are going to say very well when you are well prepared, it is very easy.
-don't think too much before, while or after the presentation.
-stand up straight, good posture=looks confident.
 

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Hey, that's excellent!
 

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13a13i_an9el said:
we had a class presentation in one of my science classes,
the teachers let us sign up which day we wanted to present ours. I got first pick (very lucky :) )
Normally, I would have wanted to be the last person to go on the last day but this time, I picked as one of the first people to go. This was a huge step for me. yay!!!
On the day of the presentation, I was trembling like mad at first (thats my worst SA symptom) I tried to calm myself, but it was very difficult.
However, when I got there, all my symptoms stopped, and my presentation went super smoothly.. I even got a lot of compliments on my presentation!!! I was very very happy.
Some advice I have learnt about oral presentations:- positive mental energy is important, just keep thinking " I WANT to be here"
-talk slowly, cleary and loudly. Take the time to think, don't rush through..
-learn what you are going to say very well when you are well prepared, it is very easy.

cool, good tips too ;) :banana
-don't think too much before, while or after the presentation.
-stand up straight, good posture=looks confident.
 
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