King’s speech, Erasmus plus youth exchange project results

Dear young people,

We are proud to present you results of “King’s Speech” project funded by the European Union. This project is part of Erasmus plus program, section KA1: youth. Idea of the project is to give opportunity for learning presentation and public speaking skills to youth. With our project we hope to help youth not to be afraid of public speaking, feel more confidence during presentation and develop their skills in presentation building, public speaking, design, working with audience and so on.

You can download and use our manual “Tips & tricks in public speaking” (goo.gl/Sz2Tpf) created during the project, which includes general rules and specified advices how to make/improve public presentations. Manual consists of 4 parts: presentation structure, presentation methods, public speaking and work with audience and destructors

Below is also some photos and video to feel the energy from our project and get inspiration


Summary of the project:

“King’s Speech” is Erasmus + KA1 project funded by European Union. 45 young people from Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine, Croatia, Bulgaria and Latvia took part in this project. It was held from 3rd to 11th of November of 2017 in Lithuania.

Presentations skills and public speaking skills are very useful in many aspects of work and daily life. Developing the confidence and capability to give good presentations, and to stand up in front of an audience and speak well, are extremely helpful competencies in modern society.

Fortunately, these skills are not limited to certain special people – anyone can improve it to a professional and impressive standard. But like most things, it requires preparation and practice.

Objectives of the project are:

  • To develop and improve presentation and public speaking skills among participants;
  • To gain experience, knowledge and good practice of constructive analysis of their own and others’ presentations, basic rules of speech, visualizing and the use of informational communicational technologies (ICT) during presentation;
  • To be able to overcome fears of public speaking and presentations and feel confidence during presentation.