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By Barbara Chivers

ISBN-10: 1849202206

ISBN-13: 9781849202206

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Sometimes it is highly appropriate to be tense. In an emergency, you probably do not want to be totally calm, collected and relaxed! But much of the time, stress is not an appropriate reaction. Or rather, too much stress is not an appropriate reaction. Some stress is helpful. When you are preparing your presentation, and when you are undertaking it, it is important to feel a little bit nervous, to have some kind of edge on your performance. You need to feel energized, positive and ready to go. Do not worry about nerves, but read the next section to learn how to build up your confidence.

Qxd 8/16/2007 5:02 PM Page 23 WHAT MAKES AN EFFECTIVE PRESENTATION? Allocating and managing the performance time can be even more of a problem for a group presentation. In some situations where several group presentations will be given in a fixed amount of time, the tutor may stop the presentation when the allotted time has been used, regardless of how much of the presentation has been delivered. If this happens, you will almost certainly lose marks or be penalized in some way. This emphasizes the importance of rehearsing and editing.

Unless we become actors, singers or other kinds of voice professionals, or unless we damage our voices in some way, most of us will never receive voice training. What happens to most people’s voices when stressed by a presentation? The voice can: • speed up • become higher • become flat and monotonous • become nervous and you start to stutter – if you have a hint of a stutter, that stutter may become worse • become smaller – you may find it very difficult to project your voice • display lack of clarity, so that you are constantly having to clear your throat • become ‘croaky’ or harsh – the nervousness and tension cause the vocal cords to dry up • become BIGGER – too loud and overconfident So what can we do to prevent our voice deserting us when we are under pressure?

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