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Public Speaking Skills for Non-native English Speakers

How Non-native Speakers Can Quickly Improve Their English Public Speaking Skills with Short-form Presentations
Instructor:
Martin Luxton
1,388 students enrolled
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Write, practise and give a short presentation - and you will be able to do the whole process in 15 minutes!
Speak (and write) English more fluently, naturally and with more confidence.
Use a powerful but simple technique to keep improving every day - without a teacher!

Are you nervous about speaking in English?

Are you nervous about speaking in public?

Then this course is for you! 

By following the 3 Golden Rules you will learn how to quickly write, practise and deliver short, effective presentations in English. You will also discover a stress-free way to continuously improve your speaking skills without a teacher.  

Using the One-minute Presentation Template, by the end of this course you will be amazed at how easy it is to prepare and deliver a short presentation in English.

  • No complicated explanations
  • No difficult grammar
  • No Powerpoint skills needed

All you need is a pen and paper and, if you want to improve more quickly, a (phone) camera to film yourself speaking.

 

Start Your Public Speaking Journey Here

1
Introduction

Welcome to The Power of One-Minute Presentations.

2
Why One Minute Presentations?

You can't become a good public speaker overnight. It's about building solid foundations and taking baby steps.

3
What! No Technology?

Learning to speak without technology is very important.

4
Cultural Differences

Companies and countries have different ideas and expectations about what is a good presentation. In this lecture we look at what is considered an effective presentation in an English-speaking country.

5
Why One-Minute Presentations

Understanding the mindset behi.nd this course

The 3 Golden Rules

1
K.I.S.S. - Keep It Short and Simple

The power of KISS

2
The Rule of Tell 'em

The rhetorical device that is thousands of years old.

3
The Magic Power of 3

Why you can't remember more than 3 or 4 things.

4
The 3 Golden Rules

Let's check what we remember.

The One-Minute Presentation Template

1
The Takeaway - The Most Important Part of Your Presentation

You will learn why the takeaway is the most important part of any presentation or speech.

2
Start With The Basics Only

We will look at how it helps to keep things basic at the beginning.

3
Introducing The Topic

Why keeping the Introduction simple is best.

4
The 3 Points

3 points is easy for you and the audience to remember.

5
Using a Template

How using a template helps you with structure and getting things done quickly.

6
Extending The 3 Points

We need to explain 'why' if we want people to agree with us or believe us.

7
Recap and Thank You

Learning to use synonyms and paraphrasing to recap.

8
Let's Run Through the Whole Template

An overview of the whole section so we don't forget - recapping is very important!

9
The One-Minute Presentation Template

Let's see if you remember what is important!

Writing a Complete One-Minute Presentation in Only 15 minutes

1
Two Important Concepts: Minimum Viable Product and Constant Iteration

These two concepts will save you a lot of time and hassle.

2
Brainstorm a Topic

How to brainstorm a simple topic easily.

3
The Power of Little Stories

You will discover how all presentations are really just stories, or a series of stories.

4
Recap and Thank You

Short and sweet, like a recap should be :-)

5
Getting a presentation done quickly

Talking about what factors help to speed up presentation preparation.

Practice Makes Perfect

1
The Benefits of Practice

In this section you will learn why practice is so important.

2
The Holistic Approach

What factors you need to bring together to make a great presentation.

3
Using Your Voice

Tips for using your voice.

4
Using Your Body

Tips on how to use your body.

5
Interacting with the Audience

How to make friends with the audience and be professional.

6
Using The Space

Using the space helps you to create energy and interest.

7
Remembering The Structure - The 6 Word System

A simple process that helps you to develop and remember your presentation.

8
Practice Makes Perfect

Were you paying attention to the lecture about using your voice?

The Power of the Self-improvement Feedback System

1
2 Simple Questions - The Self-Improvement Feedback System

How you can improve all by yourself without a teacher.

2
The Self-Improvement Feedback System

Don't forget the 2 questions!

Let's Present - 3 Reasons Why You Should Do Regular Exercise

1
Recap of the Presentation Script

Always recap your script before presenting.

2
Video Presentation - 3 Reasons Why You Should Do Regular Exercise

Finally! The presentation we've been building towards.

3
The Video vs Script Inquest: 3 Reasons Why You Should Do Regular Exercise

You will understand how comparing your script and the presentation help you to improve.

4
Improving your presentation

The Friendly Inquest

Congratulations - You've Completed The Course!

1
Thank You & What's Next

What to do now you've finished the course.

You can view and review the lecture materials indefinitely, like an on-demand channel.
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