BUDDY UP! In pairs, work on exercises 2, 3 and 4 Work it out TOGETHER!
ANSWERS EXERCISE 2 EXERCISE 3 EXERCISE 4a) talk about a) I’m delighted a) 2b) brief b) I take care b) 3c) act as c) My purpose is c) 2d) look at d) go through d) 3e) points of view e) dividef) finally e) 1 f) sectionsg) questions f) 3 g) don’t hesitateh) go along g) 3 h) a chancei) hear i) in more depth h) 3
PRESENTATION EXAMPLE An example of a speech introduction –http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=le_o4fHvtRcSO…. what makes a good introduction?PAGE 12 – another golden checklist!
GOOD EXAMPLE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ggnfh2RFGP4&feature=related Included in an introduction: 1)Attention Getter (question, quote, photo, prop, role play, candy) 2)Establish Credibility (what is your experience with this topic?) 3)Specific Purpose (to inform, persuade, entertain, how to, demonstration) 4)Thesis (what is the main point of your presentation?)
YOUR TURN! Craft an impressive speech introduction on a creative topic of your choice Remember to include: ATTENTION GETTER, ESTABLISH CREDIBILITY, SPECIFIC PURPOSE, THESIS Remember to consult the checklist on page 12
Let’s Get Cracking! For the midterm, you will be required to deliver an 8-10 minute speech Your speech should be organized as follows:INTRODUCTION (2~3 minutes)BODY no more than 3 points (5~7 minutes)CONCLUSION (1~2 minutes)
Where do I begin? Take some time in class today to start brainstorming/discussing about a PURPOSE and TOPIC PURPOSE – to inform, persuade, how-to, demonstration, entertainment TOPIC – choose something that is interesting for you AND your audience (!)
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