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Week4 linking the parts
Week4 linking the parts
Week4 linking the parts
Week4 linking the parts
Week4 linking the parts
Week4 linking the parts
Week4 linking the parts
Week4 linking the parts
Week4 linking the parts
Week4 linking the parts
Week4 linking the parts
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  • 1. Today’s Class • attendance and prep sheet check • review • language focus • listening • language focus practice • presentation practice BREAK • mini-presentations • midterm speeches • in-class presentation
  • 2. Team up! It’s review time! Question #1 Do you remember the language focus points “introducing yourself and your talk?” Shout out as many as you can now! Remember the headings: - Greeting, name, position - Title, subject - Purpose, objective - Length - Outline, main parts - Questions - Reference to the audience
  • 3. Review Question #2 What is the difference between an internal presentation and an external presentation? Question #3 What are the 4 main points that should be included in an introduction? Attention Getter – story, quote, question, unusual statement, shocking statistic, humor, prop Credibility Specific Purpose Thesis
  • 4. Language Focus - take out your prep sheets and lets review - in pairs, complete exercise 1 on page 20 ANSWERS: a)3 b)4 c)7 d)1 e)5 f)2 g)6
  • 5. Quick Listening! Volunteer to be the voice actor? Let’s do page 20, exercise 2 ANSWERS: a)3 b)6 c)4 d)1 e)2 f)5
  • 6. Language Focus Practice In PAIRS, go through exercise 3 on page 21 ANSWERS: a)by the way b)for example/in particular c)firstly, secondly d)however e)for example/in particular f)similarly g)but h)in fact/actually i)as a result j)however
  • 7. Presentation Organization tell the audience what you’re going to say say it tell the audience what you’ve said
  • 8. Link, Link, Link! Link Link Link Link End! Intro Point 1 Point 2 Point 3 Conclusion
  • 9. Midterm Speeches • Did you choose a topic? • Open your books to page 18 • Create a mind map for your midterm speech OR outline http://www.slideshare.net/practica lenglish/feedback-5989774
  • 10. Presentation Practice • Prepare a mini-presentation • Follow the organizational chart on page 23 • Don’t forget to use LINKING WORDS • More importantly, don’t forget to HAVE FUN!

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