Public Speaking Skills for Non-native English Speakers
What you'll learn
- Write, practise and give a short presentation - and you will be able to do the whole process in 15 minutes!
- Speak (and write) English more fluently, naturally and with more confidence.
- Use a powerful but simple technique to keep improving every day - without a teacher!
- You will need a pen and paper to write your own practice presentations.
- (Optional) Post-it notes or small cards to help organize your writing.
- (Optional) A camera or phone camera film yourself speaking to help you improve.
Are you nervous about speaking in English?
Are you nervous about speaking in public?
Then this course is for you!
By following the 3 Golden Rules you will learn how to quickly write, practise and deliver short, effective presentations in English. You will also discover a stress-free way to continuously improve your speaking skills without a teacher.
Using the One-minute Presentation Template, by the end of this course you will be amazed at how easy it is to prepare and deliver a short presentation in English.
- No complicated explanations
- No difficult grammar
- No Powerpoint skills needed
All you need is a pen and paper and, if you want to improve more quickly, a (phone) camera to film yourself speaking.
Who this course is for:
- You want more confidence and fluency in speaking English - for conversations, meetings, presentations, job interviews, socializing
- You want to learn how to quickly and easily structure and organize ideas in English - both in writing and speaking.
- You will need to be pre-intermediate to advanced level in English.
Martin has been teaching English to students from Beginners to Advanced, from children to grandmothers, for over 25 years. He has helped thousands of students to pass many different types of exams including the Cambridge University KET, PET and IELTS and the ToEFL iBT. He was also a Cambridge examiner until a couple of years ago, when he decided to focus on teaching online.
Martin is a popular teacher trainer, having run many seminars and workshops for the British Council, Pearson Education, Oxford University Press and Cambridge University Press. At these events he used a lot of materials and games he created himself, with an emphasis on fun and learning through laughter.
Nowadays, he specializes in improving speaking skills and training people to do presentations.
In his free time Martin loves reading, writing and watching films. He is also a prize-winning songwriter. And, as you might expect from his "English Jokes" course, he loves helping his young son develop his sense of humour.
"My wife is always telling me 'Our son's jokes are worse than yours!' " :-)