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Introduction to Oral Presentation Skills

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on 3 June 2011

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Transcript of Introduction to Oral Presentation Skills

Introduction to
Oral Presentations To increase your confidence in using English for oral academic presentations.
To improve your linguistic ability to deliver an oral presentation effectively
To develop your ability to; plan, structure, prepare and deliver an effective oral academic presentation Course Outcomes Course content Introduction
Signposting
Delivery
Visual aids
Clarification
Non-verbal signals
Summarising
Disagreeing Assessment 5 assessed oral presentations Criteria - Organisation
- Delivery
- Effect on listener
- Effectiveness Course Information Personal Introductions Your introduction - 4 drawings
- 3 questions
- 1 minute
- Check pronunciation
of key words What is a 'good' presentation? What is a 'bad' presentation? What is your experience of giving and listening to presentations? Oral presentations Feedback How to make an academic oral presentation
- video introduction 1. How to structure a presentation

2. The elements of the presentation structure

3. How to use 'signposting'

4. How to make yourself understood clearly

5. How to summarise your presentation

6. How to deal with questions from the audience How to deal with questions from the audience

How to summarise your presentation

The elements of the presentation structure

How to structure a presentation

How to use 'signposting'

How to make yourself understood clearly How many parts are there in a presentation? 1. Introduction
2. Body
3. Conclusion Write a two minute presentation on
your partner; using these 3 parts Listen to the speakers;
What do they say about making a 'good presentation'?
Did you say the same in your group? The aims and the structure ____________________
Wait until the end of the presentation before people feed back on what you’ve said
Make sure you are __________, ___________ and ___________
Don’t make it _________
Be _________, _______ and to _________
Make sure you’re ___________ – make sure you’re talking to the right audience The aims and the structure need to be clear
Wait until the end of the presentation before people feed back on what you’ve said
Make sure you are entertaining, engaging and interesting
Don’t make it too long
Be short, precise and to the point
Make sure you’re relevant – make sure you’re talking to the right audience http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/business/talkingbusiness/unit3presentations/4tips_quiz.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/business/talkingbusiness/ram_files/3.4_tips.ram Course Delivery

Blended learning
Learning opportunities
Assessment
Professional development 1. How often do I visit my family?

2. How long did I teach in Spain for?

3. When do I spent most time reading the newspaper? Resources and materials Your 3 questions My 3 questions 1.
2.
3. Number this advice in order of importance from 1-6 Feedback on Needs Analysis I hope my lecturer can....
help me with technology for teaching language
correct my pronunciation mistakes
talk to me more
provide us with some useful English teaching techniques
introduce as many methods of teaching speaking as possible
express my point of view clearly
names of useful websites
more on information on teaching writing skill I would not like to....
stay in the hotel the whole day
be always learning inside the hotel I would like to have a chance....
to teach pupils in Singapore
to know more about the Singapore education system and visit schools
to speak and listen to English in and outside the class
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