Choose a topic
You can do an oral presentation on any number of subjects:
- an issue
- a news story
- a fact
- a project
- an experiment
- a novel
- an event
- a theme
- a work of art
Think of some oral presentations that you have done in the past or that you have experienced as an audience member.
You can also use the following tool to brainstorm ideas for your presentation:
Prepare your presentation
Use key words or sentences (in point form) to remember important information.
If you decide to use a visual or media element to support your oral presentation, use the following planning tool:
Revise your presentation
You can ask a classmate, a teacher or a parent to give you feedback and improve your presentation.
How you present is as important as what you present. Be aware of your body language, tone and audience. Remember, a presentation is a lot like a performance!