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    i am talking about the tok assessment that you have to do to qualify for extra points on your diploma, i was wondering if ppl can give some tips to it? i am doing it next year but am unfortunately not a very good public speaker.

    My personal advice is that you have GOT to make your presentation interactive, because it really emphasises whatever you are saying - and then the teacher will be able to determine whether you have been able to fully grasp the subject you have dealt with in your presentation through whatever activity you are doing.
    Of course, cliché presentations such as "Euthanasia - right or wrong?" are too tricky to do any sort of example (Last thing you want is forcing a classmate to assist someone else's suicide ... right?), you may find that making a quick-and-easy class poll may suit these sort of topics more.
    Overall, just make it fun and you'll be fine.
    I was lucky enough to get a 19/20 for my presentation - I bet you could get a 20, since the point I lost was because I went over the stipulated time.
    Hope this was a bit useful for you.

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