Who among us hasn’t experienced – at some point in our lives – challenges with saying too many “filler words” when we are making presentations.
And our students are no exceptions.
How to Stop Saying “Um,” “Ah,” and “You Know” is a new article in the Harvard Business Review which provides great advice on the issue, and it’s very accessible – to teachers and students alike.
Here’s one excerpt:
I’m adding this info to The Best Sources Of Advice For Making Good Presentations.