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. Employability skills include the following abilities: the retrieval and handling of information; communication and presentation; planning and problem solving; and social development and interaction, creative thinking, problem solving critical thinking, active and reflective application of knowledge. These are the skills students need to succeed in their future workplace, so, they should be embedded within the academic curriculum. One especially relevant part of language curriculum at universities is teaching students how to prepare, organize and deliver successful oral presentations for professional purposes. Oral presentations provide “a rewarding and stimulating experience both for teachers in developing facilitating skills and for students in training themselves to have confident presentations in public“The importance of designing effective oral presentations The ability to communicate is the most important goal that communicative language teaching aims to reach. It is to be able to operate effectively in the real world Students need a lot of opportunity to practice language in situations which encourage them to communicate their needs, ideas and opinions. With globalization graduates need to be proficient in oral communication skills in order to function effectively in the professional setting. Generally, effective oral communication is essential for success and promotion in business (Murphy and Hildebrand, 1997). For successful oral communication students need a thorough in-depth instruction and practice. The best practice is to give oral presentations. Oral presentation skills are essential for employability and true academic study as they lead students to enter into debate and sustained reasoning (Morley, 2006). They enable students to participate fully in their ISSN 2039-2117 (online) ISSN 2039-9340 (print) Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences MCSER Publishing, Rome-Italy Vol 5 No 19 August 2014 469 learning, demonstrate their ability to communicate, and help them develop competencies in an area of their future working places. They demonstrate one of the most successful way ’’to get the student’s attention, encourage curiosity, create challenges“ (Hutchinson and Waters, 1987). The study of presentation techniques is a chance for students to gain insight into knowledge and skills that make a good lecturer which often turns to become their vocation. The mastery of the subject topic and the good will to interact with others will allow them to actually enjoy sharing their knowledge in a constructive way both for their audience and themselves with structured planning and organization. Teaching principles of oral presentations at university level is an especially relevant curriculum segment and is done with the ultimate purpose of better communicating professional knowledge to other professionals and to non specialists . Every professional is involved in some aspects of communication which usually involve gathering, analyzing, and distributing scientific and/or technical information efficiently and accurately for specific audiences. Teaching students to design effective presentations implies developing their insightful and well-trained thinking strategies that can produce clarity in communication without oversimplifying scientific or vocational issues. The results are substantive, which means improving the quality of presentation actually improves the quality of thought, and vice versa. Students can gain knowledge not only from the research they and other students perform, but also by observing the other presenters’ strengths and weaknesses to develop better communication and presentation skills” the potential benefits of students’ oral presentations include: greater class interaction and participation, increased interest in learning, new perspectives not covered otherwise, improvement in communication and presentation skills. Oral presentations represent an opportunity for developing real-world communications as well as leadership skills Among the many advantages of designing oral presentations for students arebridging the gap between language study and language use; using the four language skills in a naturally integrated way; helping students to collect, inquire, organize and construct information; enhancing team work; helping students become active and autonomous learners. Students are involved in their own learning process as active participants, they are engaged in real-world experience, and they build creative and critical thinking and problem-solving skills as important characteristics for success in the 21st century. The final goal is to help students maximize their potential, both personally and professionally