Here are 6 ways to practice public speaking at home:
SpeakMeister is an online educational program that teaches you how to overcome public speaking anxiety. Join a SpeakMeister public speaking practice club to learn anxiety management techniques. Practice several times a month with others who share your fear. Meet using Zoom (video meeting). https://speakmeister.com/edu/public-speaking-practice/.
Join a Toastmasters Club that specifically meets online. Search for “virtual Toastmasters clubs.” The virtual clubs operate like the face-to-face clubs, but they meet by video meeting. Toastmasters.org/Find-a-Club.
3. Virtual Reality
Practice on your own using virtual reality. Download an app such as Virtual Speech (there are several apps to choose from in the app store). Buy a virtual reality headset (Google cardboard is under $10). And start practicing! See more details in this article "VR training: Using virtual reality to overcome anxiety."
Subscribe to the public speaking sub-reddit. Find people in forums who have expressed an interest in practicing in an online group. Private message people who might be interested and start a practice club. Reddit.com/r/PublicSpeaking/
5. Selfie Videos on SpeakMeister
Record yourself practicing. Post your video on SpeakMeister.com for help and coaching. SpeakMeister is a community site designed for individuals who want to overcome public speaking anxiety. It’s a video platform similar to Facebook and YouTube, but with more privacy. Invite a coach or specific people to watch your video and give feedback. See some examples of people practicing and 20 public speaking topics and exercises you can do.