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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 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!