by Julie Davis Veach April 02, 2021
The goal of this class is to translate my Project idea into something concrete so I can present it to others. I will practiced my presentation in order to "sell" my idea. I have analyzed the presentation tips that I will use to convey my ideas, demonstrate my technical skills, and express my creativity.
Most people find public speaking very challenging. There is a great deal of pressure involved when you present a project in front of people. You must think quickly, and there is the possibility that things can go wrong. It can be even more challenging if you have to speak in a language other than your native one.
Public speaking does not come naturally to me, but I can learn to be successful at it. The main thing to remember is that most of the stress and fear of public speaking can be managed. When I am in a high-stress situation, my brain tends to retreat into fight-or-flight mode, which can make me anxious and confused. I may forget my ideas, lose my place, talk way too quickly, or otherwise make a bad impression on your audience.
I can control that with adequate practice and organization.
A well-formulated presentation is an effective way to prove that you are confident in your Project. Through my presentation, I will show that I am organized, creative, and respectful of my audience.
Presenting online can be simple and glitch-free if you plan in advance. One advantage of giving your presentation online is that you control the environment!
Innovation and creativity are the keys to making an exceptional project.Tips for Presenting Online:
This week, I accomplished the following in preparation to present my project presentation as a 10 minute recorded slideshow with narration:
You Can view my Midterm Project Presentation on YouTube here:
AWAKENED | Spring 2021 Midterm Project Presentation by Julie Davis Veach
This week's revisions to my project proposal included:
Next week, I will review my progress and look at the Idea Generation:
This blog will serve as a place to create my case study. I invite you to follow along with me as I journey through this process.
Thank you for reading and for your interest.
Julie A. Davis Veach
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