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  • 1. The Right Kind ofLanguagePublic Speaking &PresentationWeek 5 – LanguageProfessor Hayashi
  • 2. What are we doing today? • attendance & prep sheet check • review • language focus • language knowledge BREAK • practice • mid-term speeches • in-class presentation.
  • 3. Review• It is SO IMPORTANT to link your ideas in your speech• What expressions do you remember from the ‘language focus’ for linking ideas? How do you connect ideas?
  • 4. Review• What goes in the introduction? AG, Credibility, Thesis, Purpose• What are the do’s and don’ts of agood presentation? (the goldenchecklist!) page 7
  • 5. Language Focus • Active vs. Passive Forms
  • 6. 3 Tactics to Engage the Audience• Use personal pronouns• Refer to the audience• Use appropriate everyday language
  • 7. Obama!• http://geneva.usmission.gov/2012/03/26/presi• http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=78JPYA7fqzQ
  • 8. Partner Up!Page 27 – exercise 3Page 28 – exercise 4, 5EXERCISE 3:a)We discussed the issue of restructuring.b)The Finance Manager is directing money into thewrong accounts.c)Both companies will sign the agreement later thismonth.d)I have found it rather unreliable.e)The press reports that shares are due to rise.
  • 9. Language Focus
  • 10. Writing For the Ear
  • 11. Language Knowledge • Everything is better in pairs, so partner up! Page 26 – exercise 1 a)spoken b)written c)written d)spoken
  • 12. Listening! Calling all voice actors! page 26, exercise 2a)read, distant, prepared, impersonalb)spoken, distant, prepared, impersonalc)spoken, human, spontaneous, personal
  • 13. Practice!• Group A – make a short presentation on “The Advantages of Reading a Presentation”• Group B – make a short presentation on “The Disadvantages of Reading a Presentation”