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Review of the week

Looking back at the past week.
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Thank you for completing this second week of study.

This week, you have explored some of the non-verbal elements of effective presentation delivery such as body language. You have also considered how to best manage nerves both before and during a presentation.

Finally, you were invited to produce your own presentation to practise what you have learned. You were also given the opportunity to peer review the work of others, and both give and receive feedback on how to make further improvements for effective presentation delivery.

Time to reflect

  • What did you find that was good, stimulating or relevant about this past week’s activities?

  • How have this past week’s activities helped to improve your presentation skills?

  • Can you see how this past week’s learning will help build confidence for delivering effective presentations in the future?

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