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  • 1. Get Speaking! Improving your communication skills and confidence in English www.splendid-speaking.com The Splendid Speaking Course Volume 2 Unit 6 ‘Spontaneous Talks’ Splendid Expressions ‘Shopping’ Unit 7: Technology Task: Presentation (1-2 minutes) Topic vocabulary Talk about a technology you use that you To be a gadget freak To be a technophobe couldn’t do without. To be mad about something I’d be lost without 1. Planning: Decide which technology to talk about. Spend 1 minute making To be dependent upon notes to help you with your talk. Think about the following issues: I couldn’t get by without Your attitude to technology generally. Text messaging Why you couldn’t do without the item you’ve chosen. Social networking How your life would be changed if you didn’t have this object. Wireless access Blue tooth 2. Task Focus: A good tip when concluding your talk is to refer back to Personal organiser/PDA something you mentioned in your introduction, such as an interesting Smart phone fact or statistic, or by answering a question you raised at the start. This Camcorder/Digital camera enables you to ‘round off’ the talk professionally and signal to your Sat nav audience that you’re coming to the end. Internet access Example: You might start: Summing up expressions ’It’s very difficult for a gadget freak like me to choose just one item that I So, weighing up the pros and couldn’t do without.’ cons, do you think …? Are we generally in Then in your conclusion you can reinforce the point by saying: agreement that …? ‘So, although I like to surround myself with the latest technologies, I could Is it true to say … ? never be parted from my mobile phone!’ So, all in all do we feel …? Essentially, do we all agree 3. Language: Tick any of the vocabulary on the left you want to use. that …? So, to sum up … So, in general … Task: Discussion (15 minutes) It seems we’ve reached the conclusion that … As part of a student panel you’ve been asked to discuss the following: “To what extent has the Internet been a positive force?” Some positive factors to consider might be:  access to information  advantages for business  educational opportunities Listen to Alejandro from Negative factors include: Argentina talking on this  fraud subject . See the  information overload N o ve m b e r a r c h i v e s  cyber bullying ( I n t e r vi e w 7 ) a t : s p l e n d i d- s p e a k i n g . c o m Use any of the summing up expressions on the left to bring the discussion to a conclusion.

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