Počet kreditů 2
Vyučováno v Winter
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This course aims to develop students' communication and language skills in order to plan and deliver an effective presentation. Students will be taken systematically through the key stages of giving presentations, from planning and introducing to concluding. Students are guided, using interactive methors, to communicate their thoughts and ideas in a logical and structured oreder, and in as brief or succinct a way as possible.

Emphasis is placed on independent, critical thinking and the correct formulation of presenting ideas; throughout this course students will practice skills that will enable them to become better speakers and presenters.

B2 level of English

Emphasis is placed on independent, critical thinking and the correct formulation of presenting ideas

Week 01: Course Introduction, Credit Requirements, General Introductions, Mini-Presentation

Week 02: Fluency Practice: Getting to the Point (Brevity)

Week 03: Body Language & Gestures: Non-Verbal Communication

Week 04: Mini-Presentation: Presentation Practice

(Week 03 materials and Delivery, Nerves, Audience Rapport, etc.)

Week 05: Language: Informal vs. Formal (Academic) / Other Word choices

Week 06: Signposting / Signalling: Introduction & Overview Portion of Presentation

Mini-Presentation (Practice)

Week 07: Making an Outline, Innovative Ways to Open your Presentation

Week 08: Outline Presentation

Week 09: Progress Check (half of students)

Week 10: Progress Check (half of students)

Week 11: STUDENT PRESENTATIONS (half of students)

Week 12: STUDENT PRESENTATIONS (half of students)

Week 13: Assessment - Evaluation / Credit

Week 14: Reserve Class

Week 01: Course Introduction, Credit Requirements, General Introductions, Mini-Presentation

Week 02: Fluency Practice: Getting to the Point (Brevity)

Week 03: Body Language & Gestures: Non-Verbal Communication

Week 04: Mini-Presentation: Presentation Practice

(Week 03 materials and Delivery, Nerves, Audience Rapport, etc.)

Week 05: Language: Informal vs. Formal (Academic) / Other Word choices

Week 06: Signposting / Signalling: Introduction & Overview Portion of Presentation

Mini-Presentation (Practice)

Week 07: Making an Outline, Innovative Ways to Open your Presentation

Week 08: Outline Presentation

Week 09: Progress Check (half of students)

Week 10: Progress Check (half of students)

Week 11: STUDENT PRESENTATIONS (half of students)

Week 12: STUDENT PRESENTATIONS (half of students)

Week 13: Assessment - Evaluation / Credit

Week 14: Reserve Class

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