practice loads for it and get comfortable doing it without flashcards. when i was doing mine i literally couldnt read my notes because i was so nervous!! also choose something you're really interested in because you'll find it easier to keep talking. if you're in any way interested in history i would recommend doing it on something historical(a person or event etc) because it fliws like a story a lot better than a random topic like a sport. but you could also do a modern person as well
When other people are doing their presentation you will notice that you probably aren't listening. People will look in your direction but not be judging you or anything (they probably won't even be listening) so don't get nervous about people thinking you aren't doing well or something. Just try to talk slow and calmly and if you make a mistake laugh it off.
when you choose your topic for your presentation make sure that you are interested in that topic ,this will make the process of research and presenting less pressuring. the second tip is to maintain a calm clear voice throughout dilevering your presentation this might improve your feedback and it will give your presentation a professional look especially when it will pe judged. the third thing is i would reccomend avoid using reppetition of "um" , "like". this makes you look extremely unprepared . While delivering your presentation make eye contact and move around , use hand gestures and smile . another way to make your presentation more interesting is to ask rehetorical questions and the biggest tip is to engage with your audience this is vital if you want to get "exceptionall" as your grade then you will have to engage with your audience .
for cba 1 i did a drama scene on a stage and got an exceptional key is to keep calm and practice