For an effective presentation, display your data in visual form while presenting it to the audience. However, you need to go further than only displaying the information. In this podcast, I will break down ways you can do that, provide bullet points, and an exercise.
We use the impersonal passive to present information in a more formal way. The structure is used with verbs of perception such as think, know, say, understood, expect, see, and conclude.
It is known that competition helps investment.
It can be seen that this method is the most successful.
The first part of the sentence is passive and the second part remains the same as the original base sentence.
It is expected that rock launches will increase.
Rocket launches will increase.
Effective slides provide valuable visual support for the information you are presenting in two ways: the slides help the audience to understand, and they help the speaker to give a stronger presentation. I’ve seen presentations that had too many words on their slides and the audience would become distracted within minutes. So, for maximum effect, keep the slides simply by doing the following (in the podcast).
- Use large text (at least 28 point) and a clear font style.
- Use bullets and short sentences.
- Label visuals carefully — minimally but clearly.
- Limit video to two minutes.
- Limit the use of special effects (e.g., sounds and animation).
- Have a uniform approach (e.g., all slides enter from the same side).
Remember, your spoken presentation is the focus — the slides are just the support.
- Prepare the slides after establishing the main points of your presentation.
- Include one slide for every two to three minutes of presentation only.
What would happen if a speaker/presenter did not follow each piece of advice? Tune into the podcast down below.
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Here’s the second part of the Life Skills break down, and after pouring my heart out on yesterday’s podcast, a lot of you non-NES speakers are learning about personal development which will make you very effective in the world of career-building. So, in today’s podcast, we’re going to discuss a conflict in university, negotiating compromise and listen to two students talking about a conflict that had erupted in a group meeting.
We’re here with a life-skills segment! Today’s objective is to become aware of different approaches with negotiation, but of course, a lot of it involves personal development. Also, recognize the value and purpose of compromise, because we’re all going to need it at some point in our life. First, you must know that no one ever wins an argument. They might they they do, but it’s only pampering their ego. As a non-NES, you will probably engage with buffoonery overseas with bullies making fun of you or trying to invoke a reaction from you. There’s no need to negotiate here, but understand where that person is coming form and the position they’re in — in life. Every negotiation must be a win-win for both parties. So, let’s dive into this.
You guys will be extremely excited about this! I will be going over a full test of TOEFL iTP today, doing the Longman test and walking you through a number of techniques. In saying that, I have all the questions down below but make sure you tune into the podcast and YouTube video for explanations.
Welcome back to another developing vocabulary, people! This one is going to be about prefixes and suffixes — everything we’ve achieved over these last two years summed up in this chapter. Also, there will be some difficult questions and great things for you to work on. So, without further ado, let’s get into this.
UNBELIEVABLE! After 2 years and almost two months, I’ve achieved one of the biggest, most monumental goals since podcasting. The six-figure plateau has been reached, all thanks to the 172 countries and 4.1k cities that have tuned in. I can’t say how grateful I am, but in this podcast, I express my gratitude by giving special shout outs to the cities such as Sao Paolo, Taipei, Tokyo, and HCMC which have listened to me for a long time — and even Ashburn, Virginia….a superfan(s) who have following me since 2017 (personal development podcast). Just four days after my birthday….macro-goal achieved. This didn’t come overnight. It was a build-up…and that’s what you need to understand in life. It’s about planting seeds today and watering them for years so you can reap the benefits later. BOOM!