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    Week6 visual aids Week6 visual aids Presentation Transcript

    • Visual AidsWeek 6Public Speaking &PresentationProfessor Hayashi
    • Today’s Class- attendance / prep sheet check- in class presentations- midterm presentations- reviewBREAK- language focus- language knowledge
    • ReviewQ. Change the following sentences from the passive to the active form:(a)The issue of the midterm was discussed. discussed the issue of the midterm We ______________________________________.(b) It is reported that the speeches are due to exceed our expectations. reports that midterm speeches are due to exceed our The class___________________________________________________ expectations(c) It has been found to be rather enjoyable. have found it rather enjoyable I __________________________________________.(d) Grades are being distributed quite liberally. The professor is distributing grades quite liberally ________________________________.
    • Language FocusWhat kind of chart is this? Flow Chart Line Graph Organigram
    • Language Focus Bar Chart Table Pie Chart
    • Language Focus What are some key terms we can use to describe change on a graph?
    • Language KnowledgeVOICE ACTOR, PLEASE!Exercise 1 on page 32Exercise 2 on page 32 – work in pairs!
    • Language Knowledge
    • Rules for Visual Aids1. KISS2. Use the 6 X 6 rule3. A picture is worth a thousand words4. Be consistent5. Never be dependent on your visual aids
    • Your Turn!• In groups, make a hilarious, outrageous, silly chart or graph and present it to the class!