"How to Give an Effective Conference Presentation: Tips for Non-Native English Speakers."
A NATSA Webinar presented by: Dr. Hsin-I Sydney Yueh, Associate Professor of Communication Studies at Northeastern State University
March 15th at 9:00pm US Central Time / March 16th at 10:00am Taiwan Time
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What is a three-point structure of a presentation? How should I arrange my content in a 15-minute speech? What should be included in my introduction and conclusion? Giving a 10-15 minute presentation in English at an international conference can be a challenge for non-native English speakers. English fluency does not guarantee an effective English presentation. How well we organize our thoughts and guide our audiences is key. This webinar aims to introduce the basic presentation structure that is widely used in U.S. public speaking courses, and will offer practical preparation tips for those who want to improve their presentation skills. The seminar will begin with a short activity, and will address the above questions as well as other presentation concerns from the audiences.
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