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Title: PRESENTATIONS


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PRESENTATIONS
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Speaker Audience Presenter
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COMMUNICATION!
  • WRITTEN LANGUAGE
  • more complex
  • longer sentences
  • sophisticated words
  • no repetitions
  • impersonal style
  • SPOKEN LANGUAGE
  • simpler
  • shorter sentences
  • simple words
  • repetitions
  • personal style
  • presentations
  • spoken language
  • Dont read!

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PREPARATION PLANNING
  • Purpose Why?
  • Audience To whom?
  • Content What?
  • Structure How?

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PREPARATION CONTENT AND STRUCTURE
  • Phase 1 - brainstorming
  • Phase 2 - content organisation
  • Phase 3 - rehearsing

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PREPARATION CONTENT(What?) cont.
  • Brainstorming and Content Organisation
  • Collecting ideas
  • Selecting ideas
  • Grouping ideas
  • Sequencing ideas
  • ?
  • STRUCTURE OF THE MAIN PART OF THE PRESENTATION

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PREPARATION CONTENT(What?) cont.
  • Preparing the main part
  • step 1 essay writing (preparation)
  • step 2 reading aloud (preparation)
  • step 3 key points (preparation)
  • step 4 notes on cards? (delivery)
  • Rehearsal!

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Reader pp.48-62
  • Homework
  • Read p.48 and fill in ex. (p.49)

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PRESENTATION STRUCTURE
  • 1. OPENING
  • greeting/welcoming the audience
  • introducing yourself/institution
  • introducing the subject
  • explain the structure of your presenttaion
  • explain how to deal with questions
  • hints
  • capture peoples interest
  • relate the subject to them
  • memorise the opening

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PRESENTATION STRUCTURE
  • 2.MAIN PART (BODY)
  • presenting 3-4 main points
  • clearly presented
  • 80 of the presentation time
  • Structure
  • e.g. signaling the start of each part, handing
    over to next speakers,

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PRESENTATION STRUCTURE
  • 3. END
  • summarising main points
  • thanking the audience
  • inviting questions (QA session)

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PRESENTATION STRUCTURE
  • A rule of thumb is
  • tell your audience
  • what you are going to say,
  • say it,
  • then tell the audience
  • what you have said.

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PRESENTATION STRUCTURE
  • The audience will find it easier to understand
    the structure of your presentation if you use
  • SIGNALLING DEVICES (SIGNPOSTING)
  • Rpp.51-53 .ex. pp.54, 60

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DELIVERING A PRESENTATION
  • nervous? (preparation ?confidence)
  • be organised, fluent, brief, relaxed, natural (!)
  • establish rapport with the audience-COMMUNICATE!
  • body languageeye-contact, tone of voice, ...
    (LOUD enough!)
  • audience reaction - hostile questions possible
    (anticipate the questions!)

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LANGUAGE
  • use appropriate expressions (signalling Reader)
  • use simple and clear language (KISS)
  • Do not reproduce texts orally by heart!
  • avoid slang, but do not be too formal
  • How to make it interesting?
  • visual aids, surprising facts, stories,
    anecdotes, jokes, acting, questions
  • relate your talk to peoples experience
  • But, above all,
  • COMMUNICATE!!!! TALK TO YOUR AUDIENCE!!!!

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Reader pp.48-62
  • Homework
  • Read p.48 and fill in ex. (p.49)

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Language of presentations (revision)
  • Signalling devices (signposting)

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Fill in the missing words
  1. We all know that a presenter should establish a
    good 1...... with the audience. This is where
    eye- 2...... is very important.
  2. Ok, lets get 3......
  3. Let me expand (elaborate, clarify) 4...... that
    a little later.
  4. My presentation is 5...... into two parts. I will
    first discuss 6...... the problem of our profits
    and then I will turn 7...... our strategy.
  5. If you have any questions, dont 8...... to ask.
  6. Please feel 9..... to 10...... me if you have
    any questions.
  7. I have told you about the advantages of this
    strategy. Lets now move 11...... 12...... its
    disadvantages.

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Key to the exercise
  1. We all know that a presenter should establish a
    good rapport with the audience. This is where
    eye-contact is very important.
  2. Ok, lets get started.
  3. Let me expand (elaborate, clarify) on that a
    little later.
  4. My presentation is divided into two parts. I will
    first discuss Ø the problem of our profits and
    then I will turn to our strategy.
  5. If you have any questions, dont hesitate to ask.
  6. Please feel free to interrupt me if you have any
    questions.
  7. I have told you about the advantages of this
    strategy. Let us now move on to its disadvantages.

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Fill in the missing words
  1. Let me now hand 13...... to John who will tell
    you about the major weakness of our product.
  2. To 14...... up, I would like to remind you
    15...... the advantages and disadvantages of the
    product.
  3. Good morning, Id like to thank you all for
    .16..... here today.
  4. My 17...... today is to tell you about our
    strategy.
  5. Ill quickly recap now. As I have already pointed
    18...... , our strategy has a major weakness.
  6. Finally, may I thank you all for 19...... such an
    attentive audience.

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Key to the exercise
  1. Let me now hand over to John who will tell you
    about major benefits of our product.
  2. To sum up, I would like to remind you of the
    advantages and disadvantages of the product.
  3. Good morning, Id like to thank you all for being
    here today.
  4. My purpose today is to tell you about our
    strategy.
  5. Ill quickly recap now. As I have already pointed
    out, our strategy has a major weakness.
  6. Finally, may I thank you all for being such an
    attentive audience.

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Using visuals
  • Slides,

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Do not make your slides look like this ...
  • U 2006. ostvareno je 4 više turistickih dolazaka
    i 3 više nocenja u odnosu na  2005., a
    procjenjuje se da ce i nocenja i dolasci u
    sljedecem razdoblju rasti po godišnjoj stopi od 3
    do 5. Prihod od medunarodnog turizma iznosio je
    7.31 milijardi USD za prvih devet mjeseci
    2006.godine. Hrvatska raspolaže sa 101.925
    postelja u hotelima i 363.282 u privatnom
    smještaju, 205.754 u kampovima i 50 marina s
    15.407 vezova duž cijele obale. Prednosti su
    ocuvana prirodna bogatstva i okoliš, kulturno i
    povijesno nasljede, blaga mediteranska klima i
    blizina europskih tržišta, te ekološki zašticene
    destinacije. Hrvatski turisticki proizvod poštuje
    autohtone regionalne specificnosti, kroz
    razlicite oblike selektivnog turizmanauticki
    turizam, ronilacki turizam, krstarenje na
    motornim jedrenjacima, turizam na seoskim
    domacinstvima, itd.

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St Tropez Premium Bar
  1. Background information
  2. Test launch and its effectiveness
  3. Future plans

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Good slides
  • avoid full sentences
  • key words only
  • visually logical
  • pictures, charts, ....

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PRESENTATIONS Technicalities
  • about 5 minutes per presenter, c.4 speakers per
    pres.
  • application list on the teachers door (room
    A-11)
  • as of 06 Oct (1 pres.per class c.20 minutes)
  • business topic see the syllabus (after the topic
    is done in class)
  • before the presentation 1. check the topic with
    the teacher, 2. office hours a) show the slides
    (correct spelling) and b) say what signalling
    devices you will be using
  • assessment rapport (eye-contact, loud voice,
    overall communication), language use of
    signalling devices and appropriate vocabulary,
    professional manner (body language, preparedness,
    ), structure/content (research effort, clarity,
    sources mentioned, )
  • Please remember Presentations are a requirement
    for grades 4 and 5 (not a guarantee for high
    grades).

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Back to economic issues...
  • Group the following in three categories
  • corner shop wood IKEA tyre chocolate milkcocoa
  • rubber mechanics furniture
  • wood furniture IKEA
  • rubber tyre mechanics
  • milk cocoa chocolate corner shop
  • PRIMARY SECONDARY TERTIARY (econ. activities)

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Readerp.16, MacKenzie p.12
  • Read the text sentence by sentence
  • Make sure you understand each sentence (able to
    translate?)
  • If not, use dictionaries (web?)
  • If not again, underline and ask me next time in
    class
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