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Step by step practical guide to introduce the basic conventions; level B2+

Step by step practical guide to introduce the basic conventions; level B2+

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    • Practical guide…
      • Formal requirements
      • Assessment criteria
      • Structure
      • Preparation
      • Delivery
      • Final slide/s
      • 1. You see a slide
      • 2. You identify the key words
      • 3. You do your task
      • Up to 10 slides
      • Up to 15 words per slide
      • Up to 7 min. talking
      • No reading!!!
      • Aspects:
      • Relevance and adequacy of the content
      • Organization and cohesion
      • Grammatical accuracy
      • Use of appropriate vocabulary
      • Overall impression:
      • Bands:
      • 0
      • 1
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
      • Introduction
      • Main body (organized in clearly defined points)
      • Conclusion
      • Answers the following questions:
      • Who are you?
      • What is your topic?
      • What are you going to talk about
      • (outline – 1,2,3…)
      • When will you deal with the questions (don’t write this on the slide – just mention it!!!)
      Slide 1 Slide 2
      • On slide 1 in your handout write the topic :
      • My favourite
      • COFFEE CUP…
      • And draw a picture of it!
      • On slide 2 in your handout write the outline
      SLIDE 1 SLIDE 2
      • What are you going to say before you show the next slide?
      • TASK (3 min): THINK OF A POSSIBLE TRANSITION AND WRITE IT IN THE SPACE BETWEEN SLIDE 1 AND SLIDE 2
      • WRITE DOWN THE THREE MAIN THINGS YOU PLAN TO SAY ON SLIDES 3,4 AND 5 (AS TITLES) (3 min)
      • THINK WHAT YOU WILL SAY AND PUT THE KEY WORDS (AS POINTS)
      • Before the conclusion between slides 5 and 6 write a few words to warn the audience that you are going to CONCLUDE
      • WHAT DID YOU TALK ABOUT?
      • WHAT DID YOU MEAN?
      • TASK:
      • Summarize your main idea in slide 6
      • THINK HOW YOU WILL CONCLUDE AND WRITE THE KEY WORDS on slide 7
      • YOU HAVE 3 min
      • I SIMPLY LOVE IT
      • 1. choose your topic
      • 2. research the topic
      • 3. decide what you want the audience to remember – message
      • 4. research your audience
      • 5. plan the visuals –
        • Images
        • Layout
        • Fonts
        • Colours
      • 1. how will you grab their attention at first?
      • (hooks)
      • 2. how will you direct them?
      • (signposts)
      • 3. how will you keep them involved?
      • (tricks)
      • Distribute the following phrases in the three columns in your handout:
      • Intonation
      • Now I am going to talk about…
      • Next…
      • Images
      • Quotations (“Failing to plan means planning to fail”)
      • Jokes
      • Body language
      • Rhetorical questions
      • Statistics…
      • Let me go on with…
      • To sum up…
      • The next point I am going to make is…
      • So, the first point is…
      • My last point is…
      • Colours
      • Questions
      • Thank you (contact details)
      • TASK MAKE YOUR FINAL SLIDES (3 MIN)
      • Contact details
      • “ Thank you”- slide (doubtful – not universally acceptable)