Assembly : "Many are ready to even die in battle, but few can face an assembly without nerves.". You are probably enjoying. What outcomes and reactions are you seeking? So experience, is actually just another manageable element before the task, although more time and imagination is required than in preparing and rehearsing a particular presentation. The French translation is by a Mauritian author M Sangeelee.
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(Thanks P Hodgson).B. Whatever - try to select fonts and point sizes that are the best fit for your medium and purpose. You can use content and activities to stimulate feelings, emotions, memories, and even physical movement. Research and collect good"tions and include then in your notes. "Tell'em what you're gonna tell'em, tell'em, then tell'em what you told'em." Use confident body-language, control, firmness, confidence, speak your audience's language, accentuate the positive (be positive and upbeat). Clearly identify your subject and your purpose to yourself, and then let the creative process take over for a while to gather all the possible ideas for subject matter and how you could present. Tell them why you are telling them it; why it's important, and why it's you that's telling them. This is still a somewhat flat 'single-dimensional' script. Try to start on time even if some of the audience is late.