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Week9 body language
Week9 body language
Week9 body language
Week9 body language
Week9 body language
Week9 body language
Week9 body language
Week9 body language
Week9 body language
Week9 body language
Week9 body language
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  • 1. Unit 6 – Body Language Public Speaking & Presentation Professor Hayashi Week 9
  • 2. Today’s Class
    • attendance / prep sheet check
    • language focus
    • a golden checklist
    • power up!
    • BREAK
    • presentation practice
    • in-class presentation
  • 3. Language Focus – pg. 38
    • EMPHASIZING & minimizing
    • voice actor? exercise 1
    Exercise 1 – Answers Emphasize: C, D, E, H Minimize: A, B, F, G
  • 4. Partner UP!
    • Try exercise 2 & 3 on page 39
    • Work in Pairs! Have a laugh!
    • ANSWERS:
    • Exercise 2:
    • This has been an extremely/a very good year.
    • We have had a fairly difficult time/ quite a difficult time.
    • We have seen an absolutely / a totally disastrous decline in our profits.
    • It was quite/fairly easy to achieve our objectives.
    • The announcement was completely / totally unexpected
    • I’ve got some very / extremely bad news.
    • Exercise 3:
    • We tend to see things differently. Maybe your experience is a little bit limited.
    • To some extent, you’re right. But perhaps we might consider the long-term view.
    • There’s just a little bit of time. Perhaps we might discuss this question now.
  • 5. CHECKLIST – pg. 36
  • 6. THE POWER OF BODY LANGUAGE
    • Watch the video “How to use body language to improve your presentation”
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXFIJ8Sm2N0
    • take notes on the speaker’s 3 main points
  • 7. How to use body language
  • 8. THE POWER OF PAUSING
    • Let’s watch the next video on ‘the power of the pause’
    • Take notes!
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpfnRpTuCaQ
  • 9.
    • WHY PAUSE?
    • communicates confidence
    • pause for effect – anticipation
    • pause for thought
    • helps people listen better
    • helps the presenter listen to the audience
  • 10. THE POWER OF PAUSING
  • 11. THE POWER OF 3
    • let’s watch ‘the power of 3’
    • jot down any examples you hear
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwSD3On39ZM
  • 12. THE POWER OF 3
  • 13. POWER UP!
  • 14. Your Turn!
    • In groups, prepare a PERSUASIVE presentation of your choice
    • Try to use our POWER TECHNIQUES

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