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Structuring a presentation

Most presentations/speeches follow the standard structure of introduction, body and conclusion. The structure should:

  • tell them what you are going to tell them (introduction)
  • tell them (body)
  • tell them what you have told them (conclusion).

Basic structure and features of an oral presentation


Delivery - How to say it



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