The classic strategy is this:
1. Tell them what it is you are going to tell them.
2. Tell them.
3. Tell them what it was you just told them.
Research your topic and practice your speech before presenting. Know your audience and what level of interest they may have in your subject. Start out with a memorable quote, joke, or story. Give them interesting, if not updated and new, details. Interaction, is possible, keeps them engaged. End on an interesting point or story.
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This is fun little writing exercise.
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