Read this information and take notes. Watch the video clips and note the language techniques. Complete the table below for both Nancy Duarte and Stan Grant's speech.
Giving an oral presentation can be a nerve-racking experience for many students. Being able to plan and present a professional presentation is a great skill to have in both your academic and professional life. Learn some basic skills to gain confidence to deliver a great presentation! ( Deakin University )
Stan Grant - Speech 2015 - Equality
Published on Jan 19, 2016
Is Australia really a multicultural safe haven of equal opportunity? Or is racism more prevalent than ever before? Stan Grant took to the stage for the last IQ2 debate of 2015. His speech is widely acknowledged to be one of the most powerful ever heard at IQ2.
Successful presentations require students to speak clearly and convincingly on an issue that shows an awareness of a world beyond their immediate environment.
There are key components to a successful speech.
From the "I have a dream" speech to Steve Jobs’ iPhone launch, many great talks have a common structure that helps their message resonate with listeners. In this talk, presentation expert Nancy Duarte shares practical lessons on how to make a powerful call-to-action.
Summary: Delivering the speech
Make eye contact with your audience.
Your stance and gestures should match the point you are making.
Your words must be clear and audible.
Vary your vocal delivery.
Topic selections for Oral Presentations.
If you want to present on a topic which is not listed please see your teacher to discuss.
The coward punch law
The great barrier reef coral bleaching
Drug testing at music festivals
People should only eat foods grown locally
CCTV – Being watched by the government
Removal of homeless people from the city
Right to die with dignity
Australian stance on refugees
Driving age in Victoria should remain at 18
National/global gender parity – (equality)