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Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
Public Speaking & Presentation - Week9 body language
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  • 1. Unit 6 – Body Language Public Speaking & Presentation Professor Hayashi Week 9
  • 2. Today’s Class
    • attendance / prep sheet check
    • language focus
    • a golden checklist
    • power up!
    • BREAK
    • presentation practice
    • in-class presentation
  • 3. Language Focus – pg. 38
    • EMPHASIZING & minimizing
    • voice actor? exercise 1
    Exercise 1 – Answers Emphasize: C, D, E, H Minimize: A, B, F, G
  • 4. Partner UP!
    • Try exercise 2 & 3 on page 39
    • Work in Pairs! Have a laugh!
    • ANSWERS:
    • Exercise 2:
    • This has been an extremely/a very good year.
    • We have had a fairly difficult time/ quite a difficult time.
    • We have seen an absolutely / a totally disastrous decline in our profits.
    • It was quite/fairly easy to achieve our objectives.
    • The announcement was completely / totally unexpected
    • I’ve got some very / extremely bad news.
    • Exercise 3:
    • We tend to see things differently. Maybe your experience is a little bit limited.
    • To some extent, you’re right. But perhaps we might consider the long-term view.
    • There’s just a little bit of time. Perhaps we might discuss this question now.
  • 5. CHECKLIST – pg. 36
  • 6. THE POWER OF BODY LANGUAGE
    • Watch the video “How to use body language to improve your presentation”
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXFIJ8Sm2N0
    • take notes on the speaker’s 3 main points
  • 7. How to use body language
  • 8. THE POWER OF PAUSING
    • Let’s watch the next video on ‘the power of the pause’
    • Take notes!
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4AeUMtLI38&feature=related
  • 9. THE POWER OF PAUSING
  • 10. THE POWER OF 3
    • let’s watch ‘the power of 3’
    • jot down any examples you hear
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwSD3On39ZM
  • 11. THE POWER OF 3
  • 12. POWER UP!
  • 13. Your Turn!
    • In groups, prepare a PERSUASIVE presentation of your choice
    • Try to use our POWER TECHNIQUES

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