Rehearsing your Presentation
Rehearsing your presentation is essential for practising and assessing your timekeeping, body language (such as eye contact and hand gestures), voice projection, pace of speech and logical order of content. It gives presenters a chance to amend their presentation and envisage how they will go about presenting on the day.
It may be useful to record your voice on a mobile phone, or video yourself and watch it back, noting good points and areas for improvement. Use the Assessing Oral Presentations document to assess your recorded rehearsal.
Things to think about when you rehearse:
Watch and Learn
The video clips on the right hand side of the screen illustrate several of the points made above and the discussion points aim to support you in evaluating these examples and your own practice.