Delivering A Successful Presentation as an ESL Imagine having command of the English language with enough confidence to stand before a group of people from work or school and talk with the authority you have in your field of expertise. When English is your second language, it really doesn’t matter whether it’s your first presentation or your fiftieth. Every time you step before an audience you may feel varying degrees of stage fright. It’s only natural. What’s not natural is to be so paralyzed by the fear when you actually refuse speaking engagements even if it jeopardizes your career. Did you know that nearly 75 percent of the North American population experiences stage fright at some point in their lives, whether it’s standing up before a classroom to speak or giving a presentation to a group of thousands. Many of these people are native English speakers. If they get nervous and have second thoughts, it’s only natural if English is your second language. But don’t allow your stage fright to paralyze you and make you doubt your ability either to speak the language well or to be understood. As an individual with a professional career, you have vital information to share. Regardless of whether you’re giving a talk to your colleagues and supervisors or an auditorium of several hundred, this book is invaluable to you. From the finer nuances of presentation to the small but vital adjusting of your spoken word to ensure your pronunciation and elocution is as polished as possible, you’ll find tips, tricks, and techniques that have already worked miracles for thousands of other speakers. And now these same ideas and concepts can change your speeches from so-so to sizzling within a matter of weeks. Can This Book Improve My Overall Public Speaking Skill? Yes! It can! It’s incredible when a few subtle changes are made in your practice of the language and combined with tightly held secrets of the professional what can be accomplished. DISCOVER: · 5 major fears every speaker feels that are intensified when English is your second language and how to banish them. · 7 easy ways to build a rapport with your audience – some of these don’t even involve polishing your speaking abilities. · 7 must-know tips to become the best speaker possible – especially when English is your second language. · The meaning of signposting and how this simple technique can keep your audience and you on the right path in your speech. · How to use what you believe are your biggest liabilities and transform them into your biggest assets. · And much more! If you’ve ever dreamed of presenting the ultimate speech or just wishing you can turn your “fear factor” way low when you present, then you are the target reader for this book. If you keep doing what you’ve always been doing, you’ll always get the same old results. Tackle your fears today and discover the difference these amazing concepts can make when you implement them. Download this book today and start enjoying public speaking!
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Hi! My name is Whitney. I am an international English professor and I have been an English professor of EFL for almost 23 years, during which time I have taught at all levels, and many age groups from Middle School up to adults. I have taught at a few big organizations in Korea and China, Open Universities, technical colleges, and high schools. I take great satisfaction in the fact that I was successful in helping even the weakest students to speak English and dramatically improve the level of many of those I taught. My success in teaching English is a huge part of why I am so confident in giving advice about learning languages. As English has become such an important skill for connecting with the world at large - be it for business, education or pleasure - I am eager to do all I can to support you in reaching your individual goals.
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