EUS (V) Effective Oral Presentations

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EUS (V) Effective Oral Presentations

  1. 1. English for University StudiesHow to plan and deliver an effective oral presentation
  2. 2. Effective Presentations• Planning• Organising• Communicating• Conclusion• Q&A
  3. 3. Effective PresentationsPlanning• Purpose• Audience – Needs and interests – “Aim to be a speaker, not an oral reader: be a speaker who really understands and communicates with an audience” Lucas [1]• Setting – Audience numbers? – Facilities?
  4. 4. Effective PresentationsOrganising• Body• Planning the presentation• Organising the presentation – Developing the body – Introductions – Conclusions – Written and spoken English – Outlining• Delivering the presentation Comfort [2]
  5. 5. Effective Presentations• Planning• Purpose• Audience• Setting• Organisation
  6. 6. Effective PresentationsDelivering• Introductions• Conclusions• Written and spoken English• Visual aids• Body language• Q & A session
  7. 7. Effective PresentationsDelivering• First impressions• Cheung [3] – gain attention – orientate listeners• Last impressions – signal – overview – reinforce
  8. 8. Effective Presentations Spoken Written Language Language•Simple words •Complex sentences•Short sentences •Passive voice•Fragments •Longer words•Personal pronouns•Contractions•Questions•Repetition
  9. 9. Effective PresentationsRehearsal• Memorise?• Detailed outline• Blueprint
  10. 10. Effective Presentations• (1) Visual Aids (2) Non verbal (3) Q & A session – Visual Aids – Support your words – Simple and clear – Visible – Explain
  11. 11. Effective Presentations• Non verbal Communication• “communicating without words” Pease [4] – Personal appearance – Facial expressions – Eye contact – Posture – Movements – Gestures
  12. 12. Effective Presentations• Q and A Session – Anticipation – Preparation• Weaknesses and limitations
  13. 13. Effective Presentations• Purpose• People• Preparation• Planning• Performance
  14. 14. Effective PresentationsReference List1. S. Lucas, The art of public speaking. Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008.2. J. Comfort, Effective presentations. Oxford: Cornelsen & Oxford University Press, 2001.3. Y.L. Cheung, "Teaching effective presentation skills to ESL/EFL students," The Internet Tesl J., vol. 14, no. 6, 2008.4. B. Pease, and A. Pease, The definitive book of body language. New York: Bantam, 2006.

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