By Barbara Chivers
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Time will also be needed for preparing and testing visuals, models or demonstration materials and for rehearsing the use of technologies. Handouts and other supporting documents may need to be compiled, edited and copies made. See Chapters 7, 8 and 9 for more detailed discussion on these tasks. It is also important to allow for some rehearsal time to ensure a more polished performance and greater confidence. This is especially important for a group presentation where timing will be important. We discuss this briefly below, and in more detail in Chapters 3 and 4.
You can relax the facial muscles by smiling. Not only will a smile to your audience relax your face but it will of course also relax your audience. While you are preparing, you will find that a few smiles will relax you during the presentation, and an encouraging smile to the audience will help them relax too. 8 Practise your pace. Practise emphasizing keywords, practise going through key elements of the presentation, ensuring that you go at the right speed, not too fast nor too slow. You do not have to always start at the beginning.
Stand tall again. 6 Learn to yawn more often. Learn to relax the jaws before the presentation by moving them around and by deliberately yawning to keep the jaws relaxed. However, it is probably a bad move to yawn during the presentation, unless you want your audience to fall asleep! 7 Practise smiling. You can relax the facial muscles by smiling. Not only will a smile to your audience relax your face but it will of course also relax your audience. While you are preparing, you will find that a few smiles will relax you during the presentation, and an encouraging smile to the audience will help them relax too.
A Student's Guide to Presentations: Making your Presentation Count (SAGE Essential Study Skills Series) by Barbara Chivers