An oral presentation is when the students present their research in front of the audience such as the judges. They are given a certain time to present all the important and main information of the research. On the other hand, the oral defense is solely dedicated to the questioning of the audience and usually consumes more time than the oral presentation.
Give 5 do and don’ts during an oral presentation
- Keep your attention on the main point.
- Follow a Structure Plan
- Maintain a friendly approach.
- Recall Your Rehearsals
- Recall the Takeaway
- Don't speak too quickly or slowly.
- Body Language Should Not Be Ignored
- Don't rush
- Don't just read the script
- Don't rely just on the slides.
Activity 2: Describe the picture and tell something about it that could be helpful in an oral presentation.
"Believe in Yourself" - Why is it important to believe in ourself while doing an oral presentation?
You will find the courage to take quick action on your goals if you believe in yourself. And, as you may be aware, this is the key to success! I advise you to never put your integrity at risk by pretending to be, say, or feel something you are not. Not only does it feel fantastic to believe in oneself, but having self-confidence and self-belief also has other advantages. According to research, those who have strong self-confidence have better overall health because they are better at dealing with stress and challenging emotions. If our message is louder than our inner voice, we will feel confident enough to share it with others, which aids us in an oral presentation. Finding the key to self-confidence and self-awareness is a testimonial to believing in ourselves and our ability to provide the goods no matter what.