Effective speaking

Effective speaking

  • Speak      Very      Clearly
  • Write down the important bits


  • Internet quality can be variable. The audio may fade out or become unclear from time to time.
  • Students may be in noisy environments – near a main road, a construction site, or on a flight path, that makes it harder for them to hear.
  • Students may not be able to see you. This means that they are missing all your visual cues (body language) that they would get in a face-to-face class.

What to do

  • Enunciate carefully. Speak clearly and not too quickly.
  • Repeat key points in case they were missed the first time.
  • Write down the key points.
  • Check regularly that your audience can still hear and understand you. If you are regularly interacting with them, this will happen automatically.