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Title: GIVING A TUTORIAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH II


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GIVING A TUTORIAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH II
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TUTORIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • You will learn how to
  • Plan a tutorial
  • Prepare a tutorial
  • Practice a tutorial
  • Present a tutorial
  • Participate in the tutorial

3
WHAT IS A TUTORIAL?
  • A tutorial is a document, presentation, software,
    or other media designed for the purpose of
    instruction for any of a wide variety of tasks
    and is often designed to complement lectures.

4
Goal of this Tutorial
  • Learn the Four Ps of giving tutorials
  • Plan
  • Prepare
  • Practice
  • Present

5
  • REMEMBER!!


PREPARE
PRACTICE
PRESENT
PLAN
6
Plan the Tutorial
  • Research the topic
  • Become an expert
  • Know your audience
  • Make a list of key ideas
  • Sequence them to tell a story

PLAN
7
The Plan
  • You are the manager for Samson
  • who has just recorded a music cd.
  • How will you promote it?
  • Generate 3 ideas
  • Write an introductory sentence for
  • what you will say

8
Allocate Your Time
PREPARE
  • Allow ½ - 1 minute for your introduction
  • Allow 2-3 minutes to give your supporting
  • information
  • Give ½ - 1 minute to your conclusion/
  • summary
  • Be prepared for possible questions

9
Prepare Your Notes
  • Begin with a strong statement to gain attention
  • Arrange your ideas so that they tell a story
  • Make note cards from which to speak
  • You may want to color code them so that you
  • will be able to reference them quickly.
  • Include only what youll talk about
  • If you have audio visuals, you need to have
  • them on your laptop
  • Review your main points in the conclusion.

10
Use Short Bullet Items
  • It is not necessary to write everything youre
    going to say. In fact, its distracting because
    the audience will
  • become bored if you read.
  • Write enough to remind you of what you intend to
    say.

11

PREPARE
  • A GREAT PRESENTATION IS ONE WHICH
  • Interests your audience and
  • Gets them involved
  • One week before the tutorial you should
  • give a copy of the reading list to members
  • of your group.

12
PREPARE
  • Two weeks before-
  • Give the reading list to your lecturer.
  • Supporting documentation, e.g., outlines, graphs,
    diagrams and/or tutorial papers should be
    prepared
  • for group members in advance

13
PREPARE
  • Each person in the group choose
  • a different 1 of the 3 ideas you
  • suggested earlier
  • AND
  • Write at least 5 things you might say about the
    idea

14
MAKE EYE CONTACT
15
Practice the Talk
  • Find friends to critique you.
  • Videotape yourself.
  • Time the talk!

PRACTICE
16
PRACTICE
  • Practice discussing the development
  • of your ideas within your group
  • Ask questions of your group if you
  • dont understand them
  • Ask them how you could improve

17
Present the Tutorial Beginning
  • Dont be nervous!
  • See the room in advance.
  • Memorize the first sentence.
  • Speak slowly.
  • Make your main idea clear.
  • Dont start with a joke.

PRESENT
18
Present the Tutorial The Middle
  • Keep your main points in mind.
  • Use a little body language.
  • Talk about everything you mentioned
  • in your introduction.
  • Dont read.
  • Reference your audio visuals occasionally.

19
PRESENT
  • I NEED ONE VOLUNTEER TO GIVE THE INTRODUCTORY
    SENTENCE AND IDEAS OF ALL THREE GROUP MEMBERS.

20
Present the Tutorial Taking Questions
  • Do you want interruptions? Questions at the end?
    Make your plans clear.
  • Ask for questions at critical junctures.
  • I dont know is a reasonable answer.
  • Defer long discussions.
  • Thank obstructionists for interesting points to
    think about and continue.

21
Present the Tutorial Ending
  • Review your main points
  • End on time!
  • Ask for questions.
  • Dont thank the audience.


PREPARE
PRACTICE
PRESENT
PLAN
22
SPECIAL REMINDERS
  • Your tutorial presentation should last
  • from 5-8 minutes
  • Research your topic and know it well
  • Do not exceed the allotted time.
  • Be prepared for questions.
  • Remember that you must submit your
  • notes to the lecturer after you present

23
ATTENTION!!
  • PREPARATION
  • PREVENTS
  • PITIFULLLY
  • POOR
  • PERFORMANCE

24
REMEMBER!!

PREPARE
PRACTICE
PRESENT
PLAN
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