Las Vegas, Nevada (PressExposure) September 26, 2007 -- As part of their school curriculum, students may be asked to present a report or make a speech in front of classmates and their teacher. Just like for adults, this process can be nerve-wracking.
Charles Nielson, president of CM Alliance International, Inc., offers some advice for children who need to address a group of people.
"Write your presentation yourself; you will be more comfortable if you are using your own words. When the time comes for you to give your presentation, take a couple of deep breaths to calm yourself before you start speaking. Remind yourself that you are talking to a group of friends and that no one is going to laugh at you (unless you tell a joke as part of your presentation, that is!) "
Nielson goes on to state, "Most of the work involved in speaking in front of a group will be completed in the preparation stage. Remember to show some enthusiasm for your topic - your audience will pick up on that energy and be interested in what you have to say. "
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