1. Start. Its common that you feel uncomfortable with every piece that you may prepare as your baseline. Oftentimes, I have filled a bin with paperwork of discarded prep notes. As soon as I start, I have seen information flowing. 2. Teach both yourself and the audience. Let it be as you would want it if you were the student. Every moment you get/come accross to put matters simply, do it. The way it hits you is likely to be the way it will get to your audience. 3. Keep original to yourself. Civilisation has meant that man is always on the hunt for a new thing. This has meant that it might be difficult to really 'discover' something, including concepts/ideas. As such, we are left with one option, recreating/rediscovery. Regardless, the way you put it forward should make it original to yourself and most likely it will be to your audience even if its a topic that they may have read on before. Obviously, its important to acknowledge source if its not your creation.
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