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Oral Presentations

This learning unit helps students become more confident speakers by explaining how to plan a presentation, how to use visual aids, and how to address an audience.
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Public speaking can be frightening for anyone, but many students struggle with understanding how to even get started. This learning unit from Education Scotland helps students become more confident speakers by explaining how to plan a presentation, how to use visual aids, and how to address an audience. Illustrations, examples, and interactive activities teach students and assess their learning. Pre- and post-activity questions also help students gauge how much they have learned. Anyone can become a better speaker. Click through this mini-unit to learn how!

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