October 20, 2012


last week i was responsible for one presentation about compare and contrast three models.

In addition, i am also the group- presenter in seminar3.

The presentation made in the seminar 3 is the first time for me to present in front of so many people

i felt nervouse. And i presented unlogically and uncleally.

After the presentation, i felt very sad.

However, i were not give up. I want to try to present in front of so many people again.

So, Thusday nightm i practised the presentation about three models again and again.

Not only because i want to practise my presentation skill, but also because i really want to present the results clearly. our team members spend lots of time to find the results.

Frinday, after the presentation, i felt very pleasure. Because i am not so nerviouse when i am presentating.

I think the improment is depending on the practise.

When you feel sad, please do not give it up. Try to practise more. And finally you will be success

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  1. Waddah Alharthi

    I think a key point is that you have to know that the audience always want you to be successful and they are welling to see you at your best, they are not there to catch you mistakes. Just relax as you are talking to your friends and actually it is a matter of time, you were great on your presentation, and you’ll be better and better after each presentation, just feel the fear and do it anyway. .

    21 Oct 2012, 17:17

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