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Advpres week12
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Advpres week12

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  • 1. To Sum Up…Public Speaking & Presentation (Advanced) Week 12 Professor Hayashi
  • 2. Today’s Class • attendance & prep sheet • review • listening • useful expressions BREAK • conclusion techniques • give it a shot!
  • 3. Review • What is the difference between to rise and to raise ? - RISE = intransitive (no object) = get up/move up under one’s own power - RAISE = transitive (with object) = lift/elevate/increase something
  • 4. Review • What is the checklist for using visuals (graphs & charts) 1.Make your visual as clear and easy to understand as possible. 2.Start by telling your audience what the graph/chart illustrates. 3.Highlight the key points. 4.Say why these points are important (and explain the cause or effect). 5.Use different verbs to express movement/development. 6.Use the same key words and phrases you used on your bullet charts.
  • 5. Warm up then listen up! • In partners, do the starter exercise on page 42 • Exercise 1 – listening 1.To find out whether they can reduce air travel costs by using budget airlines and if so, how to proceed. 2.The options are: to take on a part-time employee, to have staff book their own flights, or to outsource the function. 3.The best solution is to employ a part-timer. 4.The presenter recommends that the ideal candidate either has Internet experience or has previously worked for a travel agent.
  • 6. Conclusion of a Presentation • Exercise 2 Signalling the end of the presentation - Well, this brings me to the end of my presentation - Thank you all for listening - OK, I think that’s everything I wanted to say… - As a final point, I’d like to… - I’m now nearing the end of my talk …
  • 7. Conclusion of a Presentation Summarizing the Main Points - I’ll just run through the three different options - Before I stop let me go through my main points again - To sum up then, we… - I’d like to run through my main points again… - Just to summarize the main points of my talk…
  • 8. Conclusion of a Presentation Recommending or Suggesting Something - We’d suggest.. - We’d therefore recommend that we… - In my opinion, we should… - What I’d like to suggest is… Inviting questions - Now I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have - We just have time for a few questions. - Are there any questions?
  • 9. Conclusions
  • 10. Conclusion Techniques • Exercise 6 Call to action – 4 Story – 1 Question – 2 Quotation – 3 a)Presentation 2: do we really want to miss b)Presentation 3: finish with something c) Presentation 4: So, the next step is yours d)Presentation 1: Let me go back to the story; Remember; So this just shows you
  • 11. Conclusions Example – pg. 44-45 Your turn! Come up with a creative conclusion to a presentation. Have fun, be silly!

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