can anybody help me in choosing an interesting subject for my presentation in my english course?
i have an assignment to make a presentation about any subject, for 10 min, i want an interesting subject, not about politics or religion.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
a disease or illness you are intrigued by
the uses and benefits of the inernet
a book you have read and enjoyed-give a brief summary
interesting unisex occupations
a travel spot and why it's fun (describe the location and entertainment)
a genre of music you prefer and why
the most significant event of 2006-in your opinion
a movie you've enjoyed and why
how to decorate any room
good luck! fyi i teach oral interpretations at the college level
make eye contact w/your audience
be prepared, over prepared
don't chew gum
deliver at a smooth rate
allow time for questions
appear relaxed and familiar with your topic
- 1 decade ago
The best presentation I have ever attended was one at the university about "prostitution" (for bothe men and women). The presenter was quite brief and all the participants had something to say. At least, you don't have to do much research on that and the other's comments will help a lot.
- parentiLv 44 years ago
There've been some good innovations, like music interior the path of the a protracted time and the facebook phenomenon. you additionally can evaluate YouTube through fact there've been somewhat some careers released this way, aka the guy who replaced into Britney's fan, Marie Digby, and shall we not ignore Sandi Tom who wanted she replaced right into a punk rocker!!! the good and undesirable factors of YouTube would desire to be pronounced on your presentation, and you may desire to remark on the chuffed slapping subject to boot. have exciting :-)
- TopezLv 61 decade ago
The Canterbury Tales.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
How about the benefits of medicinal marijuana for people with cancer?
Why is the Antarctic much colder than the Arctic?
Something about the northern lights?