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  • Speaking Presentations
  • Presentation structure • Similar to an essay with • Introduction • Main body • Conclusion • Difference – you can use I, me, you
  • Introductions • Introduce yourself • Tell people what you are going to talk about AND • Tell them how many points you have i.e how your presentation is organised/divided
  • Introduction • Today, I'm going to talk about • Today I want to consider • My topic today is • What I intend to do is to explain • I'm going to divide my presentation into X sections. • The 1st section is on.... and the 2nd section is on...
  • Main body • Firstly To start with, • First of all, • Secondly • Next • Then • Thirdly • Lastly • Finally
  • Give an example • For example, .... • For instance, ....
  • Concluding • To sum up .... • In brief, we have looked at .... • We've seen that .... • Thank you for your attention.
  • Remember • You only have 2 minutes. • Divide your talk. • Don’t try to include too many points. • Source: http://www.uefap.com/speaking/pres/preslan.htm#what