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  1. 1. Assignment 1 (Video-Recorded Speech Presentation) (20%) Make a video recording of a speech based on the topic given below. The speech should be 4-5 minutes in length. Do not do voice-over. When doing the presentation you must wear formal attire. Also make sure that the background setting reflects the academic speech that you are giving. It is up to you how to make the video recording using any of the ICT gadgets available in the market. However, your mark will be determined by your speech presentation only and not the sophistication of the video (Please refer to the mark scheme for further information). Submit the video to the platform provided in MyGuru (platform 1). Do not submit the text of your recording. Make sure that the video can be read by Windows Media Player and not password protected (if linked to YouTube). (It is your responsibility to check on this and NOT the lecturers). Do not post (postal services) your video. Make sure you do so before the deadline given which is 20 April 2014 (Week 8). Please PM your lecturer if you are unable to submit on time by providing valid reasons. Your tutor will evaluate the speech presentation based on the mark scheme provided. (Appendix 1) However, if you read from text, your mark will be evaluated based on the mark scheme in Appendix 2. TOPIC: Give a 5-minute talk on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. END OF INSTRUCTIONS
  2. 2. APPENDIX 1 BIU3013 GENERAL ENGLISH SEMESTER 2 2013/14 SPEECH PRESENTATION MARK SCHEME CONTENT VOICE 13-15 The speech contains a majority of the following : Content structure is well organised and logical with an introduction telling the audience what would happen, a main body and a conclusion Creating an introduction that clearly states the purpose of the presentation Maintaining very relevant points throughout the presentation Providing evidences that are relevant to the topic of presentation 5 Voice: Very accurate pronunciation of words with very occasional slips Varying the tone of voice Excellent speed of speech Very clear speech 10-12 The speech contains a majority of the following : Content structure is quite logical with an introduction telling the audience what would happen, a main body and a conclusion Introduction clearly states the purpose of the presentation Maintaining relevant points throughout the presentation Providing evidences that are relevant to the topic of presentation 4 Voice: Pronunciation of words almost always accurate Considerable varying of the tone of voice Good speed of speech Clear speech 7-9 The speech contains a majority of the following : Content structure is somehow logical with an 3 Voice: Pronunciation of words largely accurate Some variation in the tone of
  3. 3. introduction telling the audience what would happen, a main body and a conclusion Introduction states the purpose of the presentation Maintaining quite relevant points throughout the presentation Providing some evidences that are relevant to the topic of presentation voice Moderate speed of speech Speech is always clear 4-6 The speech contains a majority of the following : Some content structure is somehow logical but not well-organised There is an attempt at providing an introduction to state the purpose of the presentation Some relevant points throughout the presentation Providing some evidences that are relevant to the topic of presentation 2 Voice: Some accurate pronunciation of words Little variation in tone of voice Some stuttering in speech Speech is quite clear 1-3 Content structure is badly organised and illogical No attempt at providing an introduction to state the purpose of the presentation Very few relevant points throughout the presentation Very few evidences that are relevant to the topic of presentation 1 Voice: Very frequent pronunciation errors Monotonous voice Speaking too fast or too slow Speech is very difficult to understand
  4. 4. APPENDIX 2 BIU3013 GENERAL ENGLISH SEMESTER 2 2013/14 SPEECH (READING) PRESENTATION MARK SCHEME CONTENT VOICE 5 The speech contains a majority of the following : Content structure is well organised and logical with an introduction telling the audience what would happen, a main body and a conclusion Creating an introduction that clearly states the purpose of the presentation Maintaining very relevant points throughout the presentation Providing evidences that are relevant to the topic of presentation 5 Voice: Very accurate pronunciation of words with very occasional slips Varying the tone of voice Excellent speed of speech Very clear speech 4 The speech contains a majority of the following : Content structure is quite logical with an introduction telling the audience what would happen, a main body and a conclusion Introduction clearly states the purpose of the presentation Maintaining relevant points throughout the presentation Providing evidences that are relevant to the topic of presentation 4 Voice: Pronunciation of words almost always accurate Considerable varying of the tone of voice Good speed of speech Clear speech 3 The speech contains a majority of the following : Content structure is somehow logical with an introduction telling the 3 Voice: Pronunciation of words largely accurate Some variation in the tone of voice
  5. 5. audience what would happen, a main body and a conclusion Introduction states the purpose of the presentation Maintaining quite relevant points throughout the presentation Providing some evidences that are relevant to the topic of presentation Moderate speed of speech Speech is always clear 2 The speech contains a majority of the following : Some content structure is somehow logical but not well-organised There is an attempt at providing an introduction to state the purpose of the presentation Some relevant points throughout the presentation Providing some evidences that are relevant to the topic of presentation 2 Voice: Some accurate pronunciation of words Little variation in tone of voice Some stuttering in speech Speech is quite clear 1 Content structure is badly organised and illogical No attempt at providing an introduction to state the purpose of the presentation Very few relevant points throughout the presentation Very few evidences that are relevant to the topic of presentation 1 Voice: Very frequent pronunciation errors Monotonous voice Speaking too fast or too slow Speech is very difficult to understand

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