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For many of you, this will be your first online course or the first time you have studied while also trying to balance work and family commitments. In this section I’ve provided some tips and resources to help you get started with online learning.

As adult learners,  you get out what you put in  – that is, if you only do the minimum needed to get credit in an online course, then you are will get the minimum out of the course. If you use online learning as an opportunity to expand your knowledge and you take every opportunity you can to learn, you will get more out of the course.

Learning objectives

In this chapter, you will learn about:

  • Appropriate behaviour in online forums (Netiquette)
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The Pomodoro Technique

Netiquette is a term used to describe appropriate behaviours when working on the Internet. It is an old concept, but one that everyone should be reminded of on a regular basis.

Albion provides a good summary of the  Core Rules of Netiquette .

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For many of you, online learning is a new experience. Many of the best practices for online learning are the same as for face-to-face learning. The bigger issue is that you won’t have a face-to-face class to ensure you are keeping pace with the course.

Time management is always the number one issue for students. One thing that I find with online courses is that students forget to account for the extra three hours they would have spent in the classroom – so they look at online as only the ‘homework’ component of the course and not the interactive part of the course. I recommend that you plan to check-in to your courses at least three times during the week. Most students do the majority of their work on weekends, however, many online courses are designed to include interactivity throughout the week.

If you know you are going to be away one week, or traveling for part of a week, try to get ahead before you leave. Also if it coincides with teamwork, ensure that you tell your teammates.

Dedicated study space : Find a space that helps your focus on your studies. Everybody is different. Some students like the white noise of a coffee shop where other prefer the silence of the library.

Reduce distractions : With online courses there will always be distractions on your computer – Facebook, email, text messages can all distract from studying. I’m on a Mac, and one thing I do is to turn off notifications when I want to study, and I use a different workspace window. So I don’t get any pop ups that break my concentration.

Ask questions : Do not allow yourself to get frustrated. One strategy I employ is to set a time limit for how long I will try to figure something out. If I cannot, then I either ask a question or walk away and work on something else for a bit. Usually, that time away gives me a new perspective to that helps me solve the problem. If you are stuck, don’t be afraid to ask questions – your classmates are also likely stuck.

Learn the technology : Allocate some dedicated time to learning how to use the tools you need to be efficient in your classes. Spending a little time early on learning how to use Microsoft Word styles, for example, will save you a lot of time down the road. 

Beat deadlines : Try to get assignments done early. Inevitably something will come up at the last minute that will make it difficult for your to get your assignment completed. If you start early, you will be under less pressure later. Now, if something does come up and you just cannot finish online, let your instructor know as soon as you realize you are going to have a problem.

Identify your learning goals : Not everyone is taking a course for the same reason. You are here for a reason. It might be helpful to write this down somewhere to remind yourself of it whenever you go through a difficult patch in the course.

Consider the  Pomodoro  technique : Pomodoro is based on the idea that you can focus for short stints of time – although this is slightly different for everyone. Personally I use 30 minutes. I have an app called TimeOut that tells me when 30 minutes is up and actually kicks me off my computer for 5 minutes. This helps my body from getting stiff, but it also helps me refocus my mind, so that I can get things done. Often when I’m procrastinating, I can convince myself to just do one Pomo – which then gets me kick started and next thing I know, I’m working for hours (with a 5 minute break every 30 minutes).

Figure out what works for you : Some of you may have been out of school for a while, and likely when you were in school you were at a different place in your life. Take the first few weeks to really pay attention to what works well for you and what doesn’t. You can then integrate this into your schedule. For example, I’m a morning writer. I get my best focused work done first thing in the morning. I started setting and alarm and getting up earlier because it meant more productive hours for me. Once it hits dinner time I’m done for the day. My brain is shot by then, so I generally leave that time to browsing / reading / and answering the occasional question. Each one of us is different, figure out what works for you.

Below is a great video that introduces the Pomodoro Technique. I find that even when I’m busy or stressed, I can find 20-25 minutes to sit down and focus, and by doing this, it reduces my stress and makes me more productive.

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The coronavirus pandemic has forced students and educators across all levels of education to rapidly adapt to online learning. The impact of this — and the developments required to make it work — could permanently change how education is delivered.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the world to engage in the ubiquitous use of virtual learning. And while online and distance learning has been used before to maintain continuity in education, such as in the aftermath of earthquakes 1 , the scale of the current crisis is unprecedented. Speculation has now also begun about what the lasting effects of this will be and what education may look like in the post-COVID era. For some, an immediate retreat to the traditions of the physical classroom is required. But for others, the forced shift to online education is a moment of change and a time to reimagine how education could be delivered 2 .

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Online education has traditionally been viewed as an alternative pathway, one that is particularly well suited to adult learners seeking higher education opportunities. However, the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has required educators and students across all levels of education to adapt quickly to virtual courses. (The term ‘emergency remote teaching’ was coined in the early stages of the pandemic to describe the temporary nature of this transition 3 .) In some cases, instruction shifted online, then returned to the physical classroom, and then shifted back online due to further surges in the rate of infection. In other cases, instruction was offered using a combination of remote delivery and face-to-face: that is, students can attend online or in person (referred to as the HyFlex model 4 ). In either case, instructors just had to figure out how to make it work, considering the affordances and constraints of the specific learning environment to create learning experiences that were feasible and effective.

The use of varied delivery modes does, in fact, have a long history in education. Mechanical (and then later electronic) teaching machines have provided individualized learning programmes since the 1950s and the work of B. F. Skinner 5 , who proposed using technology to walk individual learners through carefully designed sequences of instruction with immediate feedback indicating the accuracy of their response. Skinner’s notions formed the first formalized representations of programmed learning, or ‘designed’ learning experiences. Then, in the 1960s, Fred Keller developed a personalized system of instruction 6 , in which students first read assigned course materials on their own, followed by one-on-one assessment sessions with a tutor, gaining permission to move ahead only after demonstrating mastery of the instructional material. Occasional class meetings were held to discuss concepts, answer questions and provide opportunities for social interaction. A personalized system of instruction was designed on the premise that initial engagement with content could be done independently, then discussed and applied in the social context of a classroom.

These predecessors to contemporary online education leveraged key principles of instructional design — the systematic process of applying psychological principles of human learning to the creation of effective instructional solutions — to consider which methods (and their corresponding learning environments) would effectively engage students to attain the targeted learning outcomes. In other words, they considered what choices about the planning and implementation of the learning experience can lead to student success. Such early educational innovations laid the groundwork for contemporary virtual learning, which itself incorporates a variety of instructional approaches and combinations of delivery modes.

Online learning and the pandemic

Fast forward to 2020, and various further educational innovations have occurred to make the universal adoption of remote learning a possibility. One key challenge is access. Here, extensive problems remain, including the lack of Internet connectivity in some locations, especially rural ones, and the competing needs among family members for the use of home technology. However, creative solutions have emerged to provide students and families with the facilities and resources needed to engage in and successfully complete coursework 7 . For example, school buses have been used to provide mobile hotspots, and class packets have been sent by mail and instructional presentations aired on local public broadcasting stations. The year 2020 has also seen increased availability and adoption of electronic resources and activities that can now be integrated into online learning experiences. Synchronous online conferencing systems, such as Zoom and Google Meet, have allowed experts from anywhere in the world to join online classrooms 8 and have allowed presentations to be recorded for individual learners to watch at a time most convenient for them. Furthermore, the importance of hands-on, experiential learning has led to innovations such as virtual field trips and virtual labs 9 . A capacity to serve learners of all ages has thus now been effectively established, and the next generation of online education can move from an enterprise that largely serves adult learners and higher education to one that increasingly serves younger learners, in primary and secondary education and from ages 5 to 18.

The COVID-19 pandemic is also likely to have a lasting effect on lesson design. The constraints of the pandemic provided an opportunity for educators to consider new strategies to teach targeted concepts. Though rethinking of instructional approaches was forced and hurried, the experience has served as a rare chance to reconsider strategies that best facilitate learning within the affordances and constraints of the online context. In particular, greater variance in teaching and learning activities will continue to question the importance of ‘seat time’ as the standard on which educational credits are based 10 — lengthy Zoom sessions are seldom instructionally necessary and are not aligned with the psychological principles of how humans learn. Interaction is important for learning but forced interactions among students for the sake of interaction is neither motivating nor beneficial.

While the blurring of the lines between traditional and distance education has been noted for several decades 11 , the pandemic has quickly advanced the erasure of these boundaries. Less single mode, more multi-mode (and thus more educator choices) is becoming the norm due to enhanced infrastructure and developed skill sets that allow people to move across different delivery systems 12 . The well-established best practices of hybrid or blended teaching and learning 13 have served as a guide for new combinations of instructional delivery that have developed in response to the shift to virtual learning. The use of multiple delivery modes is likely to remain, and will be a feature employed with learners of all ages 14 , 15 . Future iterations of online education will no longer be bound to the traditions of single teaching modes, as educators can support pedagogical approaches from a menu of instructional delivery options, a mix that has been supported by previous generations of online educators 16 .

Also significant are the changes to how learning outcomes are determined in online settings. Many educators have altered the ways in which student achievement is measured, eliminating assignments and changing assessment strategies altogether 17 . Such alterations include determining learning through strategies that leverage the online delivery mode, such as interactive discussions, student-led teaching and the use of games to increase motivation and attention. Specific changes that are likely to continue include flexible or extended deadlines for assignment completion 18 , more student choice regarding measures of learning, and more authentic experiences that involve the meaningful application of newly learned skills and knowledge 19 , for example, team-based projects that involve multiple creative and social media tools in support of collaborative problem solving.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, technological and administrative systems for implementing online learning, and the infrastructure that supports its access and delivery, had to adapt quickly. While access remains a significant issue for many, extensive resources have been allocated and processes developed to connect learners with course activities and materials, to facilitate communication between instructors and students, and to manage the administration of online learning. Paths for greater access and opportunities to online education have now been forged, and there is a clear route for the next generation of adopters of online education.

Before the pandemic, the primary purpose of distance and online education was providing access to instruction for those otherwise unable to participate in a traditional, place-based academic programme. As its purpose has shifted to supporting continuity of instruction, its audience, as well as the wider learning ecosystem, has changed. It will be interesting to see which aspects of emergency remote teaching remain in the next generation of education, when the threat of COVID-19 is no longer a factor. But online education will undoubtedly find new audiences. And the flexibility and learning possibilities that have emerged from necessity are likely to shift the expectations of students and educators, diminishing further the line between classroom-based instruction and virtual learning.

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Getting ready to present in English? Here’s how to make sure your introduction for a presentation in English is successful.

But first… When you think about a presentation, I know you’re thinking about something like a TED video or a presentation at a conference. You’re thinking about a speech, with PowerPoint slides and a big audience.

But did you know we use the same skills when we share new information or ideas with our work colleagues? Or when we tell stories to our friends and family? The situation or speaking task may be different but we still use the same skills.

When presenting information or telling stories, we need to:

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  • Make your information memorable
  • Get your audience (family, friends, colleagues or strangers) to agree, to take action, to change their mind, etc.

So today you’re going to learn how to take the first big step in your English presentation: how to start with a great introduction.

The introduction is the most important part of your presentation. It is the first impression you’ll make on your audience. It’s your first opportunity to get their attention. You want them to trust you and listen to you right away.

However, that first moment when you start to speak is often the hardest. Knowing how to best prepare and knowing what to say will help you feel confident and ready to say that first word and start your presentation in English.

Be sure to include these 5 things in your inroduction.

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Organize Your Introduction Correctly

Okay, first let’s focus on what you need to include in your English introduction. Think of this as your formula for a good introduction. Using this general outline for your introduction will help you prepare. It will also help your audience know who you are, why you’re an expert, and what to expect from your presentation.

Use this general outline for your next presentation:

  • Welcome your audience and introduce yourself
  • Capture their attention
  • Identify your number one goal or topic of presentation
  • Give a quick outline of your presentation
  • Provide instructions for how to ask questions (if appropriate for your situation)

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Great, now you have the general outline of an introduction for a speech or presentation in English. So let’s focus on some of the key expressions you can use for each step. This will help you think about what to say and how to say it so you can sound confident and prepared in your English presentation.

“The introduction is the most important part of your presentation. It is the first impression you’ll make on your audience. It’s your first opportunity to get their attention. You want them to trust you and listen to you right away.”

Welcome Your Audience & Introduction

It is polite to start with a warm welcome and to introduce yourself. Everyone in the audience will want to know who you are. Your introduction should include your name and job position or the reason you are an expert on your topic. The more the audience trusts you, the more they listen.

  • Welcome to [name of company or event]. My name is [name] and I am the [job title or background information].
  • Thank you for coming today. I’m [name] and I’m looking forward to talking with you today about [your topic].
  • Good morning/afternoon ladies and gentlemen. I’d like to quickly introduce myself. I am [name] from [company or position]. (formal)
  • On behalf of [name of company], I’d like to welcome you today. For those of you who don’t already know me, my name is [name] and I am [job title or background]. (formal)
  • Hi everyone. I’m [name and background]. I’m glad to be here with you today. Now let’s get started. (informal)

Capture Their Attention

For more information about how to best capture your audience’s attention and why, please see the next session below. However, here are a few good phrases to get you started.

  • Did you know that [insert an interesting fact or shocking statement]?
  • Have you ever heard that [insert interesting fact or shocking statement]?
  • Before I start, I’d like to share a quick story about [tell your story]…
  • I remember [tell your story, experience or memory]…
  • When I started preparing for this talk, I was reminded of [tell your story, share your quote or experience]…

Identify Your Goal or Topic of Presentation

At this stage, you want to be clear with your audience about your primary topic or goal. Do you want your audience to take action after your talk? Is it a topic everyone is curious about (or should be curious about)? This should be just one or two sentences and it should be very clear.

  • This morning I’d like to present our new [product or service].
  • Today I’d like to discuss…
  • Today I’d like to share with you…
  • What I want to share with you is…
  • My goal today is to help you understand…
  • During my talk this morning/afternoon, I’ll provide you with some background on [main topic] and why it is important to you.
  • I will present my findings on…
  • By the end of my presentation, I’d like for you to know…
  • I aim to prove to you / change your mind about…
  • I’d like to take this opportunity to talk about…
  • As you know, this morning/afternoon I’ll be discussing…

Outline Your Presentation

You may have heard this about presentations in English before:

First, tell me what you’re going to tell me. Then tell me. And finally, tell me what you told me.

It sounds crazy and weird, but it’s true. This is how we structure presentations in English. So today we’re focusing on the “First, tell me what you’re going to tell me” for your introduction. This means you should outline the key points or highlights of your topic.

This prepares your listens and helps to get their attention. It will also help them follow your presentation and stay focused. Here are some great phrases to help you do that.

  • First, I’m going to present… Then I’ll share with you… Finally, I’ll ask you to…
  • The next thing I’ll share with you is…
  • In the next section, I’ll show you…
  • Today I will be covering these 3 (or 5) key points…
  • In this presentation, we will discuss/evaluate…
  • By the end of this presentation, you’ll be able to…
  • My talk this morning is divided into [number] main sections… First, second, third… Finally…

On Asking Questions

You want to be sure to let you audience know when and how it is appropriate for them to ask you questions. For example, is the presentation informal and is it okay for someone to interrupt you with a question? Or do you prefer for everyone to wait until the end of the presentation to ask questions?

  • If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to interrupt me. I’m happy to answer any questions as we go along.
  • Feel free to ask any questions, however, I do ask that you wait until the end of the presentation to ask.
  • There will be plenty of time for questions at the end.
  • Are there any questions at this point? If not, we’ll keep going.
  • I would be happy to answer any questions you may have now.

Capture Your Audience’s Attention

Do you feel unsure about how to capture the attention of your audience? Don’t worry! Here are some common examples used in English-speaking culture for doing it perfectly!

Two of the most famous speakers in the English-speaking world are Steve Jobs and Oprah Winfrey. While Steve Jobs is no longer living, people still love to watch his speeches and presentations online. Oprah is so famous that no matter what she does, people are excited to see her and listen to her.

BUT, if you listen to a speech by Steve Jobs or Oprah Winfrey,  they still  work  to get your attention!

The don’t start with a list of numbers or data. They don’t begin with a common fact or with the title of the presentation. No – they do much more.

From the moment they start their speech, they want you to listen. And they find interesting ways to get your attention. In his most famous speeches, Steve Jobs often started with a personal story. And Oprah often starts with an inspiring quote, a motivational part of a poem, or a personal story.

These are all great ways to help your audience to listen to you immediately – whether your presentation is 3 minutes or 20 minutes.

Here’s how you can do it.

Like Steve Jobs or Oprah Winfrey, start with a:

  • Personal story or experience
  • Motivational quote or line from a poem or book
  • Joke (be careful with this – make sure it translates easily to everyone in the audience!)
  • Shocking, bold statement (Think of Steve Jobs’ quote: “ Stay hungry. Stay Foolish .”)
  • Rhetorical question ( =a question that you don’t want an answer to; the focus is to make someone think)

And finally, consider audience participation. Ask a question and get your audience to respond by raising hands.

Get the complete Presentations in English Series:

Part 1: How to Prepare for Your Presentation in English

Part 2: How to Start with a Great Introduction in Your Presentation

Part 3:  How to Organize Your Presentation in English

Part 4:  How to End Your Presentation Powerfully

As I mentioned in the video, I have two question for you today:

  • What is the best introduction you’ve ever heard? Have you watched a TED Talk or a presentation on YouTube with a great introduction? Tell me about it. What do you think was great about the introduction?
  • What frightens you the most about preparing your introduction in a presentation? Share your concerns with me so I can help you overcome any challenges you have.

Be sure to share in the comments below to get feedback from me and to learn from others in the Confident English Community.

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Thank you, Annemarie. thanks for the generosity of sharing useful and systemative information and content.

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This is really a very informative message thank you.. And it’s help me a lot

yami

hi thank you for this It was helpful. You used simple english that i understood well.

Gassimu Zoker

How to start with a great presentation on composition

Anshika Abhay Thakur

Thankyou for the information . It was much helpful . I will definitely use this information in my presentation 🤗

Thang Sok

Hi, I am Thang Sok Do you have a Sample presentation?

Khadija

This was helpful but can you please tell me how to start a presentation in college because this is for work in a company. My presentation is on laboratory skills and all that

Anum

Its informative

Yasin Hamid

Thank you for this video! I’ve learned quite a lot and will want to use all these knowledge in presenting my thesis proposal in 2 months. About your question no. 2, I’d just like to share that the mere fact of presenting in front of many respected professionals makes me already nervous and shaky even if i have studied everything about my presentation. What do you think should i do to deal with my concern?

martineromy940

Could you give me advise, how to start learning English for beginner.How to prepare presentation on any topic and how to make interesting..

Pratik

Thank u so much for valuable advice. Definitely I will used this in my presentation!!

Farangiz

Thank you very much for these kind of useful advice. I hope my first presentation will be exciting for the audience.Your video is helping me again thanks a lot 😊

yumna

hi, i’m B.COM student and I have to prepare presentation about identifying business opportunities. How to start and an attractive attention to my audience.. Please Help me…

Nancy Tandui

very nise and educative piece of information thank you nancy nairobi kenya

kanishka mishra

i am starting a video speech shooting in night about a famouse person how do i start my speech with a good intro.

Kate

Hi again how do you do a introduction goodbye

kate

Hi i do not know what you are talking about

Annemarie

Hi Kate, I’m sorry to hear you’re not sure about the content. I recommend reviewing the video carefully if you haven’t already. Is there something specific you have a question about?

Tooba

thanks a lot for guiding in such an easier way.

Amit

Your write-up on introduction helped a lot, thank you Annemarie. I work for cross-geography team and greetings get lengthy as timezones are different e.g. “Good evening to those joining from US office and good morning to colleagues from India office”. I replaced that with “Thank you everyone for joining”. Is it okay?

Hi Amit, I’m so glad it was helpful. As for your greeting, both of your options are perfectly appropriate and friendly.

znb

How to introduce group members in online presentation?

Great question! I’d love to use that for a future Confident English lesson.

zarsha

its amazing. i can’t explain in wording. this material helping me a lot. i am so happy after use this website . its make easy for me preparing my presentation more interesting. i am thankful too u.

jinah

thanks! i use your materials to teach my students(clinets) how to prepare a presentation. is it ok to use them on my materials?

Matangi

Hi! I am a student from the USP from Tuvaluan and i take CEE45 so our assessment 2 is to prepared a group presentation and we presented in school. so need your help for how to start an attractive introduction to my teacher and my fellow students, they already kwow me.

Zainab

Thank you.. very helpful

Moataz Saleh

Very useful

Taha

It was very use Gul for or presentations

Gaman Aryal

Hi. I am a 1st year BIT student and I have to prepare a presentation on 3D Printing. how to start an attractive introduction to my teachers, when they already know about me? Can you please help me out? Thank you.

Andrew

I just took 1st place for my paper that I presented at an international students conference. I used a lot of your techniques to improve my speech and I have no words to say how grateful I am to you. Keep up the good work!

😲WOW!! That’s awesome, Andrew. 🙌Congratulations on your presentation. What a wonderful response to your hard work. I’d love to know what you presentation was about. And thank you for sharing your new here. I’m thrilled to know that my techniques were helpful to you.

The title of the presentation was “Handling burnout: A study regarding the the influence of job stressors over military and civilian personel”. I can sent you my paper through email if you would like to see it.

Hi Andrew, what a fascinating topic. And it’s interesting because I just had a newspaper reporter interview me about burnout as a small business owner. Must be a hot topic. 🙂 And sure, I’d love to see it.

Mariya

🔥❤ too goodd

Helia

Hello Annemarie, Thank you so much for one of the best content on the English presentation, I’ve seen. I have a question: Is it impolite or informal to start the presentation without a greeting? I’m asking this question because I’ve seen a lot of TEDTalks and in only a few of them, they greet the audience and in most of it, they quickly go to the “CAPTURING the ATTENTION” with numbers and pictures. I would be so thankful if you could answer this question as soon as possible, my presentation is so close. Best regards, Helia

Hi Helia, What a great question. It has definitely become more common to skip the greeting and go straight to capturing the attention of the audience and you’re right that we often see this in TED talks. I would say it’s best to know your audience and what might be expected. For example, at more formal, traditional conferences or lecture, it might be more appropriate to start with a welcome. I prefer to welcome/thank my audience quickly at the start when I give presentations. A welcome can be very brief, just one sentence, and then you can quickly go into …  Read more »

Vivek Shukla

Hi Annemarie I would like to thank you for giving such types of presentation skills but I have a question can you give me some idea about vote of thinks.

I’m glad the lessons are helpful to you. Could you clarify what you mean by ‘vote of thinks?’ I’m not sure I understand that.

Bello

Please can you give me some idea about vote of thanks

Could you clarify what you’re asking for, Bello?

Amrit

Thanks a lot

Glad it was helpful!

tadla

it is agood i learn alot from this english class

Radha Mohan

Hello.i would like to thank you for giving these beautiful tips to start a presentation.This article helped me a lot.

That’s great, Radha. Glad to hear it.

Mithun Kumar

Thanks for your article. It’s simply for interpersonal skill development.

You’re welcome, Mithun. Glad to know it was helpful.

Swetha

Hi Annemarie . Thank you so much for giving such helpful guildelines it’s really gonna help me

I’m glad it’s helpful, Swetha! 🙂

dawharu boro

thank you for help me

You’re very welcome!

Tom

Hi Anne Marie, i ‘m from Catalonia and i came across with your site only by chance and i think it’gonna be so helpful for me to pass the next test for c1 level. Several weeks ago i did some rehersals with my presentation and i was so nervous and terrified about what was expected from me.

Some tips in your youtube channel are so cool !!! Thank you.

Hi Tom, I’m thrilled you’ve found this site in your preparations for your English exam and am glad to know it’s helpful! Best of luck as you continue to prepare.

Fatima

Hi Annemarie Thanks it’s so useful to develop presentation skill. Fatima

You’re very welcome, Fatima! I’m glad it was helpful.

Dzmitry

Awesome, especially this simple and clear motto: “First, tell me what you’re going to tell me. Then tell me. And finally, tell me what you told me.” This three sentences exactly explain the content you need to create a memorable presentation.

Hi Dzmitry,

Yes, I’ve always loved that simple motto on how to do a presentation. 🙂 It’s so easy to remember and tells you exactly what to do.

Mahbub

hello I need to introduce myself to language center. i am going to learn Danish Language and i want to introduce myself to them and i am little bit nervous because my grammar is not good at that level.so will you please guide me how to introduce myself to them with an example. i did go through your examples but that is for professionals and i am just a student (Graduate). I don’t have any experience . Please guide me how to do it.

Navin Shivram SS

I was in a confused state about starting a conversation and proceeding in it but when I read the guidelines you mentioned above I became confident. thank you for your innumerable ………….

Salma

Thank you so much…… it’s an excellent topic, and it helped me a lot

I’m so glad this was helpful to you! Thank you for sharing.

rebecca

hi annemarie i have a few questions about a speech i have to make a englishi speech of what i want to become can you help me?

Hi Rebecca,

Thank you for the question. I have several lessons on the topic of presentations in English . However, for personal assistance with English or presentations, I only do that through my one-on-one classes .

Shalini Tripathi

thank you so much…… it’s really helpful for me….

You’re very welcome, Shalini.

Mohammed Zaid ameen

Thanks its really nice to develop the presentation skills

Awesome. I’m glad it was helpful to you, Mohammed.

dinesh dhakar

I have to give a demo on one of your programs next week. I would like you to check my self introduction – Good afternoon everyone and thank you for all of your presence. Before we get into the session I would like to quickly introduce myself. My name is Dinesh . I am working as a Pharmaceutical sale and promotion of the brands for Arrient Healthcare. I am in this filed for the past ten years. Before becoming trainer I worked as a medical representatives for different pharma company . I am highly interested in learning from people and …  Read more »

Monica

Please ignore my previous comment. Yea the demo was a success. So hereafter I will say”I have been in this field for the past four years. Actually I worked for different consultancies so I didn’t include an article there.

Monica

I have to give a demo on one of your programs next week. I would like you to check my self introduction – Good afternoon everyone and thank you for all of your presence. Before we get into the session I would like to quickly introduce myself. My name is Monica. I am working as a Soft Skill Trainer at Synergy School of Business Skills. I am in this filed for the past four years. Before becoming trainer I worked as a Recruiter for different job consultancy. I am highly interested in learning from people and I think teaching/training is …  Read more »

Thank you for sharing your example! One note: “I am in this field for the past four years.” –> Don’t forget, when we’re talking about something that started in the past and continues to now, we use the present perfect. How might you change this sentence to fix the grammar?

Also, we want to add an article to, “… I worked as a recruiter for [a] different job consultancy.”

I wish you much success in your demo this week! Best, Annemarie

Yea the demo was a success! So hereafter I will say”I have been for the past four years. Actually I worked for different consultancies.

Fadia

I like it but I think capturing their attention is the most difficult part in preparing a presentation. From my little experience, I used to talk about something out of the scope of the presentation in order to grasp their attention. For example, I had a presentation about medical terminology and its parts (suffix, prefix —). So I provided example which is Ultra Violet then I talked about the ultraviolet in the sun and Vitamin D deficiency. They liked the talk because it is very important to them and by this topic I captured their attention more and more.

Hello Fadia, I’m sorry I’m so late in responding to your comment! I agree with you: capturing attention is very challenging to do. It requires understanding your audience, knowing what is important to them, and how to connect with them. In English-speaking culture, we often connect by telling a story or showing we understand a problem the audience has. I think you’re exactly right to talk about something that is maybe “off topic” or out of the scope of the presentation, as you said, to get their attention first. It sounds like you did a great job in your experience!! …  Read more »

sonam

hi there it was great going through your enlightening presentation skills however i would be even more delighted if you put some quotes for various PPT’s which will give us an instant ideas during the adhoc PPT like myself…just a suggestion.

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Education! A continuous thread of knowledge that shapes the path of an individual. Whether it is a child or an adult, everyone wants to be a trailblazer in their respective fields. But speaking of students, they are always intrigued to learn new things that sharpen their minds. In this modern era, the fact that digital techniques are taking over the obsolete methods is non-hideous. From a real-time class full of black-boards and benches to virtual online class with laptops or smartphones is how digital methodologies build a path to educate the students.   

The situation of global pandemic is critical, but there is nothing that can restrict the education from being imparted to the students. Nowadays, online education is the best way out that helps both the school and college students to continue their studies. Digital learning or online education assist students to acquire knowledge related to their course and syllabus easily.

Learn more about online education with the help of our creatively designed Top 20 Online Education For Schools And Colleges PPT Templates. These templates are majorly designed for the students to support them in nurturing their skills.

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Empower your knowledge and improve your learning skills with the aid of our professionally designed online education template. You can use the color-coding system present in the slide and tweak the information more creatively. 

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Take advantage of this eye-catching online education template and appropriately navigate a topic you have to study. The slide consists of ample space where you can put up the questions you have to ask your faculties. 

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Online education provides innumerable and qualitative courses as per your syllabus. Employ this template to explain to your fellow classmates about the new topics that assist them to learn more. 

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The online education slide helps you to keep your information organized and secure. Being a student, you can list out the various subjects and topics that you have to study further. With the help of this ready-to-go template, you can save your time and effort and need not to create the subject list from scratch. 

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Online education templates provide you more room to learn. Using this template, you can easily showcase the topics of your choice that help you go through your graduation. Included here are various fonts, colors, and styles with which you can differentiate your subjects with ease. 

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This template is easy-to-handle and especially designed to enhance your flexibility. You can delete or place images of the topics as per your convenience and  make it look more interactive. 

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Employ our interesting online education template to note down your mathematical doubts that you have to ask your teachers. You can use different icons and bullets to make your mathematical query more meaningful. 

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By utilizing our online education template, you can portray the assignments of different subjects given by your teacher. Use advanced highlights and features present in the slide to deliver an impactful presentation on your respective subject. 

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With the help of this online education template, you can finish your assigned task and submit to your faculty in less than no time. The lucrative designs present in this slide will help you to observe your skills that somehow makes you a quick learner.

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Present your interactive assessment sheet to your teacher and gain their attention. With the help of this online education template, you can make your information look presentable and more pleasing.

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Use different colors and styles and apply for the online scholarship form that adds as an extra advantage for your graduation. Make your scholarship letter more impactful than others using this online education template.

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Utilize our nice-looking and modest online education template and create your own research paper for the completion of your graduation degree. The slide has colorful icons, graphics, and many other features that make your work effortless. 

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The online education template is fully customizable that helps you to alter your information without any hassle. In this template, you can determine your subject books separately and can also use the colors to make it more recognizable. 

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With the aid of this template, you can make notes on various computer technologies and provide it to other students to enhance their learning. You can also circle out the doubts and ask your faculties for better clarification. 

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Utilize this online education template and make a thorough list of topics that your faculties teach you during the online class. It will help you in understanding the subject properly.

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Utilizing this template, you can illustrate the learned topics in detail and make a note of subjects that are left to study. This will help you to prepare your upcoming test perfectly. 

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Use this online education template to fill pleasing colors on your assignments, home work, study materials, and many more activities. This will make you stand out from the rest and also impress your respective teacher.

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On the front page of your online assignment, you can put the logo of your school or college. There are many editable images, graphs, and icons present in the slide that can give your logo a beautiful look. 

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Continue your academics and attain knowledge without any barrier by downloading our Top 20 Online Education For Schools and Colleges PPT Templates. Just tap on the templates and pursue your professional degree.

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Introduction to Online Education and Distance Education Online education and distance education are two modes of learning that have gained popularity in recent years. While they share some similarities, they also have distinct differences that can impact the learning experience. by Admission Panel A

Understanding the Similarities and Differences Similarities Differences Both online and distance education allow students to access educational content remotely, providing flexibility for learners. Online education often involves live, interactive sessions, while distance education traditionally relies on pre-recorded materials.

Pros and Cons of Online Education 1 2 Pros Cons Flexible scheduling and interactive learning platforms. Potential for technical issues and less face-to-face interaction.

Pros and Cons of Distance Education 1 2 Pros Cons Independent learning and access to specialized programs. Potential for isolation and limited instructor interaction.

Choosing the Right Mode of Education for You Considerations Online Education Distance Education Learning Style Visual and interactive Self-disciplined and independent Preferred Environment Technology-friendly environment Quiet and dedicated study space

Best Practices for Success in Online Education Time Management Engagement Set a schedule and stick to it to ensure consistent learning and progression. Actively participate in discussions and collaborative activities to enhance learning.

Best Practices for Success in Distance Education 70% 2 Time Management Participation

Conclusion and Final Thoughts Both online education and distance education offer unique opportunities for learners. Understanding their differences and best practices can empower individuals to make informed choices based on their learning preferences and goals.

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  • 1. A PRESENTATION ON ONLINE EDUCATION – A NEW ATTRACTION FOR STUDENTS PREPARED BY : DIPKUMAR KAR SUBHADEEP SAHA ROY SUDIP DAS PRITAM CHOWDHURY
  • 2. WHAT IS ONLINE EDUCATION : Online education is a type of distance learning – taking courses without attending brick and mortar school or university. Online student and teacher Interaction over internet Two way communicati on Get knowledge
  • 3. TYPES SYNCHRONOUS Teacher and student have some direct simultaneous contact Asynchronous Instructor and learner do not meet in time or space.
  • 4. BENEFITS: I. Flexibility in time. II. Variation in course module. III. Lower cost. IV. Comfortable learning environment. V. Continue in profession.
  • 5. Negativities • Only few people take admission (approx. 1%-2%). • High rate of students leaving the course. • Don’t know the aim. • Low level of eagerness to participate. • Less rules.
  • 6. Global expansion and certification Some popular online education platform  Journey from US and Europe but followed by whole world.  Common platform sharing.  Acceptance of certificate throughout the world.
  • 7. Future • 65% post-secondary institute providing college level online courses. • Large number of schools from western countries participating. • IIMB has tied up with edX platform.
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  • 9. CONCLUSION a) ICT and e-learning offers opportunity to schools. b) Helping to break the educational barrier. c) Need a lot of improvement. d) Need to create awareness for online education.
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Online Education PPT, PowerPoint Presentation, and PDF : It is no wonder how people are opting for online degree programs all across the world through online education. Online learning has to be an extreme revolution in contemporary education. It has made great changes in the system and opened doors for a pool of opportunities for every person who wants to enhance their learning.

Nonetheless, online education is attached to some stereotypes. People think that the students from online classes are enough smart, they’re a couch potato, don’t get real degrees, and even, not perfect for brick and mortar kind of studies. These no-so-true aspects of online education may discourage some people and they continue to be stuck in the traditional system of education. Allow us to explain why online education is more beneficial and effective than people think.

We have five top-rated advantages of online education that will inspire you and make you reconsider your choice towards the type of education that you will get. Let us take a peek at these below.

You can learn whatever you want

When you pick up a course from traditional education, then it would include traveling far away from your home, coping up with the difficulties of the unknown city, and struggling in a competitive environment for learning. With the help of online education, you can go for any program or course present in the conventional four-year universities. For instance, you can take any course that meets with your interest and enhances knowledge even if you do not want to establish your career in this field. No matter where you live, you can find a course or even a degree program that you can follow from your place.

No need to attend all brick-and-mortar classes by sitting on an uncomfortable chair for long and suffering from back pain at the end of the day. You will not be restricted to attend any physical classes when you have applied for online learning. All lectures as well as associated materials have provided through the online platforms and you will access them from home comfort. In addition to this, there is no need to take transport from home to university and spend some extra bucks or dress up early in the morning. The list of convenience is never-ending.

Add great value to resume

Irrespective of your career stands at the moment, an online program always looks great and add value to the resume. It will display that you are dedicated to learning things and always excited to learn something new that enhances your knowledge as well as skills. A degree is a degree that is filled with all knowledge and no manager considers online education inferior to that of traditional ones. If you owe a degree from a prestigious university, then it will brighten your career quickly. Certainly, you will become a better candidate for the job promotion and make your resume look better.

Online Learning is affordable and convenient for everyone in comparison with the traditional kind of classes. You will earn a degree, enhance career, and increase your knowledge too.     

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