I first ask the student what it is they'd like to learn or better understand. I then use what I have -- slideshows, explanations, etc. -- to help the student gain a better understanding of how to speak better in public. One thing I learned in the course I took recently is that public speaking is easy, but *only if* you approach it a certain way. I can explain this idea further at the start of the lesson.
I am a college sophomore who took a Public Speaking course this past Winter semester and I got an A- for the final semester grade. I still have notes from the class if I end up needing them for your lesson, but I pretty much still remember everything I learned since it was only a month ago that I was taking the class.
I am flexible when it comes to the hourly rate. If $40 per hour is too much, let me know and I'll adjust. I still have notes from the Public Speaking course I took. I listen to the student to gain an understanding of what it is they want to master, and then I explain the concepts to them. I also understand that everyone learns differently so I try my best to explain things in different ways until one of them clicks.
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