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Published on November 6, 2009

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Oral class presentation Time: 5 minutes Topic: First term : Personal information . Eg: hobbies, sports, cinema, celebrities, holidays, friends, jobs, school, music ... any more ideas?

Time: 5 minutes

Topic:

First term : Personal information .

Eg: hobbies, sports, cinema, celebrities, holidays, friends, jobs, school, music ... any more ideas?

Oral Class presentations Second Term : Around the world in English . Eg: Geography, Politics, Literature, Festivities, Traditions… of an English speaking country. Third Term : Social issues Eg: Environment, NGOs, Racism, Violence, Unemployment… topics from the News.

Second Term : Around the world in English .

Eg: Geography, Politics, Literature, Festivities, Traditions… of an English speaking country.

Third Term : Social issues

Eg: Environment, NGOs, Racism, Violence, Unemployment… topics from the News.

Oral Class presentation What makes a good presentation? According to experts, there are 4 elements: Content : Interesting information for your AUDIENCE. Structure :Good organisation with introduction, main body and conclusion. Presentat ion : Voice, body language, eye contact and visual support and media . Language : grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.

What makes a good presentation?

According to experts, there are 4 elements:

Content : Interesting information for your AUDIENCE.

Structure :Good organisation with introduction, main body and conclusion.

Presentat ion : Voice, body language, eye contact and visual support and media .

Language : grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.

Structure Greetings and introduce yourself . Who are you? Introduce your talk . What’s your topic? General explanation . What are you going to do? Main body . Develop your topic. Put your ideas in order of importance. Conclusion : summary and conclusion Invite to questions : do you have any questions?

Greetings and introduce yourself . Who are you?

Introduce your talk . What’s your topic?

General explanation . What are you going to do?

Main body . Develop your topic. Put your ideas in order of importance.

Conclusion : summary and conclusion

Invite to questions : do you have any questions?

Language (after structure) Greetings . Ok, let’s get started. Good morning, everybody. My name is, I am a student at IES Castelló … Introduce your talk . Hook Options: A- Make a question . Eg: Do you know that…?/ How many people here like…? B- Give some amazing facts . 40% of Catalans… C- Tell a story/personal anecdote . When I was little... /I was watching a film last weekend…

Greetings .

Ok, let’s get started. Good morning, everybody. My name is, I am a student at IES Castelló …

Introduce your talk . Hook Options:

A- Make a question . Eg: Do you know that…?/ How many people here like…?

B- Give some amazing facts . 40% of Catalans…

C- Tell a story/personal anecdote . When I was little... /I was watching a film last weekend…

Language 2 General explanation Today I want to talk to you about…............................... First I will… Then I’ll go on to ……… and finally I will….. Main body (be organised and plan carefully) Point 1 Point 2 Point 3 a)-------------- a)-------------- a)------------- b)-------------- b)-------------- b)------------- c)-------------- c)-------------- c)--------------

General explanation

Today I want to talk to you about…...............................

First I will…

Then I’ll go on to ………

and finally I will…..

Main body (be organised and plan carefully)

Point 1 Point 2 Point 3

a)-------------- a)-------------- a)-------------

b)-------------- b)-------------- b)-------------

c)-------------- c)-------------- c)--------------

Language 3 Conclusion To finish/In the end I’d like to say that…………. Questions Are there any questions?/Do you have any questions? If there are any questions, I’ll be happy to answer them.

Conclusion

To finish/In the end I’d like to say that………….

Questions

Are there any questions?/Do you have any questions?

If there are any questions, I’ll be happy to answer them.

Transmission: smile, please.  Stand relaxed. Do not sit . Move around left, right, among audience. Use gestures just like a normal conversation, not more Eye contact look at your audience and focus on 2 or 3 people. Ask a friend to watch you giving your presentation. DO NOT READ ALL THE TIME from your notes. Voice Do not sound like a robot. Vary intonation, volume and speed. Pauses at strategic point give time to think. Control your nerves by preparing well , breathing deeply and moving around during the presentation. Visual aids: Powerpoint, video, internet, music, dvd, images, handouts… ALL RELEVANT TO THE TALK.

Stand relaxed. Do not sit .

Move around left, right, among audience.

Use gestures just like a normal conversation, not more

Eye contact look at your audience and focus on 2 or 3 people. Ask a friend to watch you giving your presentation. DO NOT READ ALL THE TIME from your notes.

Voice Do not sound like a robot. Vary intonation, volume and speed. Pauses at strategic point give time to think.

Control your nerves by preparing well , breathing deeply and moving around during the presentation.

Visual aids: Powerpoint, video, internet, music, dvd, images, handouts… ALL RELEVANT TO THE TALK.

Oral Class presentations Transmission : Short notes on paper support permitted. Powerpoint (max. 2-3 slides summary) recommended. Photos, links, video, music possible. They can be inserted in the slides. Diskette, Cd or Pendrive support.

Transmission :

Short notes on paper support permitted.

Powerpoint (max. 2-3 slides summary) recommended.

Photos, links, video, music possible. They can be inserted in the slides.

Diskette, Cd or Pendrive support.

Oral class presentation Remember!!! A Good preparation makes a better Presentation! 

Remember!!!

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