Teaching Students How to Master Spoken Presentation Skills

Slađana Živković


The aim of this paper is to present the specifics of designing effective spoken presentations for professional purposes. In today’s highly competitive world speaking effectively is extremely crucial for success in most positions in a working environment. Once students acquire fluency in communication skills, they can practice and develop spoken presentation skills. Teaching students to design effective spoken presentations implies training them insightful and well-trained thinking strategies that can produce clarity in communication. The success largely depends on judging all the specifics of the situation and responding to those properly, and the impression one gives as a person. By making students aware of basic points, types, characteristics and styles of technical or science-related presentations, the paper is to serve as a starting point in an attempt to make them expand and improve their communication skills.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2014.v4n4p127

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