At CCP, I am doing a public speaking class. While I am near flunking this course, I have learned some valuable tips and tricks to use to present facts, for the good of both speaker and listener.
When I endeavor to learn material with substantial, if not overwhelming, detail (for example, stuff from Cronodon), a few reads and especially a pleasant “lecture” with a friend, can power learning.
- Read the material until you have a “working” comprehension of the material.
- Copy various ideas, whether small details or major facts, onto index cards.
- Practice a little by speaking, first in your own mind, then to your listener(s)
It is also good to test yourself on your newly-acquired knowledge. So by teaching others and testing yourself on this material, you’ll get a grasp on whatever information that is second to none!