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Close your eyes and picture yourself in front of a small group of people awaiting your dialogue. For many, this sounds like a dreadful situation. By following these 10 public speaking tips from Dale Carnegie’s The Art of Public Speaking, you’ll greatly increase your confidence and make yourself a better public speaker. 

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Have you ever fallen asleep during a PowerPoint presentation? Do you groan every time the presenter pulls up another slide of the same boring bullet points and text? Are you guilty of lackluster PowerPoint presentations, too?

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PowerPoint presentations are an easy way to present information, but today there are so many other ways that are just as effective and more interesting. You can keep your audience engaged in your next presentation by trying one of these alternatives.

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You’ve got an awesome presentation planned. You’re passionate about the topic and you’re excited to deliver it. Follow these five simple tips to make sure your audience isn’t distracted by something you might have missed!

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As a teacher, you’re always on the lookout for new ways to keep your students interested. Technology has become an unavoidable part of this generation’s free time, so why not incorporate it in both your lesson plans and overall classroom structure to keep your class excited, attentive, and organized?

Below are a few fun, easy ways to bring technology to your students.

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Everyone has something to say. Everyone also wants to be remembered. Here are a few best practices to keep in mind when giving a presentation that will both help you keep your audience’s attention while you’re speaking and after you’re done.

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Graphic organizers are great tools for students to use to help arrange thoughts, themes, key points, and ideas in a logical way. Ingrain excellent planning, decision-making, organizational, and brainstorming habits in your students with these excellent tools.

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As a teacher, you may find it easy to get in a rhythm and begin using the same lesson plans, teaching techniques, and tools year after year. You’ve found tactics that work and keep your students engaged. But as times change and technology continues to advance, have you taken time to incorporate technology in your classroom?

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Giving a speech to a small group is something most people dread. By following these 10 tips from Dale Carnegie’s “The Art of Public Speaking,” you’ll be able to eliminate that feeling and make your presentation a good experience for both you and your audience.

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Deciding on the format in which you want to deliver your presentation can be almost as stressful as gathering the content for the presentation itself. PowerPoint presentations can be boring and have the “if you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all”feel to them. When planning your next presentation, keep these 5 alternatives and your audience’s attention in mind:

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