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  Intermediate Presentation English
 
發文單位:English Elite Program      張貼日期:2012-12-05  


Course

Intermediate English Presentation Skills

科目代碼:

■大學部課程 □研究所課程

講授-實習-學分:2-0-2

Objective

1. The course is for students with at lease a level of CEF B1 (equivalent to387- 550 points on  

  the TOEIC test).   

2. This course aims to help students prepare for and give effective presentations in English. 

  In order to meet these objectives, students will first learn how to organize their thought    

  process.  Second, they will demonstrate a clear purpose, and give enough facts to support

  their position during the presentations. Finally, they will be able to defend their views

  while being questioned by an audience. 

Course outline and content

This course will cover presenting techniques, the composition, structure, and effective delivery of a presentation, and the vocabulary and useful expressions for English presentations.  Among the other issues addressed are body language, visuals, and interaction with the audience. 

     The content of the course is broken down into six units from Effective Presentation Skills by Massoud Moslehp our and will be covered during an eighteen-week semester.  Unit One: Get Started… deals with the topic selection, essential presentation introduction, including welcoming your audience, introducing yourself, and dealing with nervousness. Unit Two: Visuals …provides information about presentation tools, for example, using approximate numbers, creating different types of visuals, describing graphs and charts, interpreting visuals effectively. Unit Three: Vocal Delivery … introduces tips for a successful delivery, e.g., volume, breathing, pace, articulation, and intonation. Unit Four: Non-Vocal Delivery … covers non-vocal communication, such as facial expressions, body postures, and gestures. Unit Five: Conclusion … discusses the strategies for a good conclusion and how to handle question and answer sessions. 

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Intermediate English Presentation SkillsCourse Description
Course Outline

Intermediate English Presentation Skills is a course that helps students to give effective presentations in English.

This course will cover presenting techniques, the composition, structure, and effective delivery of a presentation, and the vocabulary and useful expressions for English presentations.  Among the other issues addressed are body language, visuals, and interaction with the audience.
Objectives

1. The course is for students with at lease a level of CEF B1 (equivalent to 550

  points on the TOEIC test).   

2. This course aims to help students prepare for and give effective presentations in

  English.  In order to meet these objectives, students will first learn how to

  organize their thought process. Second, they will demonstrate a clear purpose,

  and give enough facts to support their position during the presentations. Finally,

  they will be able to defend their views while being questioned by an audience.

Vocabulary Requirement 4500 words
Course Criteria Credit(s) 2
Evaluation 1. Midterm examination 30%                      2. Quizzes over lecture content 20%                           3. Final Presentations 30%                                                     4. Attendance and participation 20%                             
Learning Content

The content of the course is divided into six units from Effective Presentation Skills by Massoud Moslehpour and will be covered during an eighteen-week semester.  Unit One: Get Started… deals with the topic selection, essential presentation introduction, including welcoming your audience, introducing yourself, and dealing with nervousness. Unit Two: Visuals …provides information about presentation tools, for example, using approximate numbers, creating different types of visuals, describing graphs and charts, interpreting visuals effectively. Unit Three: Vocal Delivery … introduces tips for a successful delivery, e.g., volume, breathing, pace, articulation, and intonation. Unit Four: Non-Vocal Delivery … covers non-vocal communication, such as facial expressions, body postures, and gestures. Unit Five: Conclusion … discusses the strategies for a good conclusion and how to handle question and answer sessions.   

Communication Skill Listening Speaking Reading Writing
Description I can understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. I can understand the main point of many radio or TV programs on current affairs or topics of personal or professional interest when the delivery is relatively slow and clear. Spoken Interaction Ican deal with most situations likely to arise while travelling in an area where the language is spoken. I can enter unprepared into conversation on topics that are familiar, of personal interest or pertinent to everyday life (e.g. family, hobbies, work, travel and current events).Spoken Production I can deliver effective presentations in English with confidence. I can use connect phrases in a simple way in order to describe experiences and events, my dreams, hopes and ambitions. I can briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans. I can narrate a story or relate the plot of a book or film and describe my reactions. I can understand texts that consist mainly of high frequency everyday or job-related language. I can understand the description of events, feelings and wishes in personal letters. I can write effective presentations based on the accepted structure and organization. I can write simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. I can write person letters describing experiences and impressions.
Material(s) 1. Effective Presentation Skills by Massoud Moslehpour, Tung Hua , 2007.  
Jobs that the students who have completed the course can apply for Students who intend to pursue a career in the international business will benefit from this course. 
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