The PSR Method
(Presentation Skills & Reading)
A life skill for children and young students
One of the greatest gifts you can give children is confidence.
Enable them to be the best presenter in class, increase their joy in reading and greater confidence when going for job interviews.
A child will say their first word at about two years of age. They do this by mimicking their parents. From this point they will start to learn a vocabulary, language, accent, speed, and an intricate way of arranging words in a sentence.
They are gradually creating their unique speech pattern - it’s rather like their verbal DNA.
Once they start school they will pick up habits from their peers - and many of them bad.
There is a lot of reading involved in the first years of life and many children don't enjoy it. On top of that, quite early on, they have to read aloud in class. They have to make presentations, attend interviews and entry level tests for university which is nerve racking; even for most adults.
That’s not all, starting their working life, they have to face job and promotion interviews and competition is fierce.
The fact is; none of us were taught a communication technique at school because there wasn’t one, we were simply taught to string words together.
Now there is a way children can learn to speak with more confidence and clarity and also start to enjoy reading.
The PSR Method (based on the Hudson Voice Technique) will have a major effect on their education and career.
Have more confidence when presenting in class
Read more efficiently and remember more, so reduce study time
Knowing how to use your voice and control it will make you sound clearer.
Have more fun when you read a book. By using the rules you'velearned, the story comes to life