Reflective Account: A Presentation About Somalia

1002 words - 5 pages

This task is the calculation reflects my presentation, for the purpose of this task I will review the entire presentation by during and before I had made, under this meditation will go to make a different phase; Including a description of a few of my chosen topics, any kind of material I have used for the transfer of this offer , and the way I applied sudden efforts as well as the experience, knowledge and feedback gained throughout the presentation. My conclusion, I will consider any plan of action which I need to improve my skills in speaking in front of a large audience or any offer in the future.
When I first decided to take Somalia as a theme of my presentation, I was very excited to do. Because most of the students in my class, they did not have any idea about Somalia . This was a good opportunity to give an idea of Somali, such as language and history.
I started to organize my presentation before two weeks of my presentation deadline. Personally I had more information about the topic; but always I am worried, about how things will become so that I focused to do more research. During “researching” the languages that relates Somalian dialect were the most portion that I searched: because it was an important element at my theme, as well as I did not have any previous ideas about them. I always looked to find a reliable website where I could get a trustful information; thus most English websites have not provided enough information whether they wrote short description or information that I already knew it.
Afterwards, I had changed direction of my research and used my own language. Frankly, I found plenty information that I needed as well as they provided links of very informative websites where I learnt lots of new historical information about the close relation among Somalis and ancient of Egyptian both of ethnicities and languages. After, I got all the information that I needed to use my presentation. I started to create my PowerPoint slides, I was satisfied the frame I used my slides and I put few of written because I am very confident and my mind will be useful observations.
I have spent reasonably a period of time preparing it in the way that I like to become my overall performance but still I was feeling a bit nervous. And the reason is my subject matter has much information and presentation’s time is lasting only fifteen minutes. To overcome the distance between my PowerPoint information and presentation’s timing I have done more practice in my house, and found a positive result. Usually I am confident of my speech by oral , but perhaps there could be unclear pronunciation or mistaken, but I'm always good for a transit point any things that I have done enough preparation.
I may also decide to use a Handout for part of the objective. Because this...

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