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To be listened to is,
generally speaking,
a nearly unique experience
for most people.
It is enormously stimulating.
Robert C. Murphy 1926 – 2000
American jurist

Presenting projects and public speaking series

Public speaking match game

Below is a matching game that will test your concentration and memory.
The subject matter is a selection of topics that relate to public speaking

Summary guide on Public speaking

  • Know the room.
    Be familiar with the place in which you will speak.
  • Know the audience.
    Greet some of the audience as they arrive.
  • Know your material.
    Practice your speech and revise it if necessary.
  • Relax.
    Ease tension by stretching or exercising.
  • Visualize yourself giving your speech.
    Imagine yourself speaking, your voice loud, clear, and assured.
  • Realize that people want you to succeed.
    They don't want you to fail.
  • Don't apologize.
    If you mention your nervousness or apologize for any problems
  • Concentrate on the message -- not the medium.
    Focus your attention away from your own anxieties
  • Turn nervousness into positive energy.
    Harness your nervous energy and transform it
  • Gain experience.
    Experience builds confidence
Assignment links

Completing a class assignment | Organizing challenging projects |
Project management (.pdf organizing form) | Developing case studies |
Spreadsheets and budgets | Setting your (school) budget |
Presenting projects/speeches | Public speaking |
Presenting your positive image/brand | Public speaking match game