Listen to the text that is suggested to state. Pay attention to the title, it will help to reveal the meaning of the story and orient you, what to pay special attention to. Keep in mind the title of the topic, it will help to understand the logic of the presentation.
Pay attention to the intonations of the reader, they will help you break the text into separate paragraphs, each of which carries its own meaning, describes the circumstances of what is happening in the story, outlines the events, describes the heroes, their actions. For convenience, remember the first word of each paragraph or the letter with which it begins, this will help you reproduce the sequence of the text. After the first listening, sketch a brief plan. If allowed, take short notes while reading the text.
After the first listening, think about the details that can be added to the text read. Stick to the facts and style of the story. The best elements of the comprehension are the justifications of the actions of the heroes, the establishment of a causal relationship between events, the evaluation of events from your point of view. It is better not to resort to writing in describing the place of events, the appearance of the characters, since the exposition implies the preservation of a meaningful and semantic narrative.
Listen to the text a second time, use the outline of the plan and the recorded notes. Clearly separate one paragraph from the other and think again if you have missed something meaningful. Simultaneously try to assess the appropriateness of the elements of the composition in this or that part of the story.
Begin the presentation on the draft. Add your own thoughts, reasoning. Carefully read and write to the copy.