My New Book: ‘An Easy Guide To Creating POWERFUL PRESENTATIONS’

Happy 1st of May! I can’t believe it’s almost been a year since the book signing event of my first publication. I’m extremely pleased again to finally be able to share my latest book, ‘An Easy Guide To Creating Powerful Presentations’.


Just like my previous academic books, ‘An Easy Guide To Creating Powerful Presentations’ is a reader-centred step-by-step guide which includes planning and organisational worksheets to guide you through and help you create powerful presentations that will have a long lasting impact on your audience. This book focuses on each crucial stage and concept that is essential in creating effective and impactful presentations.

 ‘An Easy Guide To Creating Powerful Presentationscovers all the essential of good presentation and communication skills including signpost language and body language to help develop your confidence and public speaking skills.

For the contents page of ‘An Easy Guide To Creating Powerful Presentations’, click here.

‘An Easy Guide To Creating Powerful Presentations’ is available in paperback on Amazon (RRP £12.95) free UK delivery, T&Cs apply.

For the eBook version, you can purchase and download from my shop MissPhDiva & Co

5 Basic Elements of Good Academic Writing


There is no magic wand for learning good academic writing, however, there are ways to make it easier, more manageable and fun. Here are my 5 simple tips for good academic writing:


♦ Remember, you can download your free PDF copy of these 5 basic elements of academic writing here. Print and use it to help you study.

Enjoy,

~ Nafisa



 

 

Using Word Tables for Learning Academic Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives & Adverbs


There are many words in English that have forms of nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs. For example; beauty (noun), beautify (verb), beautiful (adjective), beautifully (adverb).  It is very useful to learn as many of these common words used in academic writing in their noun/verb/adjective/adverb forms. However, there are also some words that do not always have all 4 forms.

Here is a list of common words with their noun/verb/adjective/adverb forms and academic word table to organise other words you learn.

Here is an academic vocabulary worksheet with activities to check your understanding.

You can also check your answers to these activities using the answer key here.

Academic word table, exercises and answer key available to download and print, click the links above this photographs to download yours.

Enjoy,

~ Nafisa