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1 KISS Presentation in English: Keep it Super and Simple By Ye-ling Chang English Department National Kaohsiung Normal University

2 Outline I. Motivation II. Keeping Your Presentation Super and Simple III. Application of Presentation in English Classes in Senior High School

3 Motivation 1. Stretching teaching styles Stretching teaching stylesStretching teaching styles 2. Triggering listening motivation 3. Reinforce the context of diversity 4. Empowering whole language teaching 5. Changing roles in academy or career Student -> Scholar; Salesman -> Boss Student -> Scholar; Salesman -> Boss 6. Hypermedia in presentation You see what you get or you get what you see. You see what you get or you get what you see. [KISS][KISS][KISS][KISS]

4 Stretching Teaching Styles We can create... A more practiced eye, A more receptive ear, A more fluent tongue, A more involved heart, A more active mind, A more accepted and accepting person. [Back][Back] (by Rebecca Oxford Language Learning Strategies: What Every Teacher Should Know)

5 KISS : Keeping Your Presentation Super and Simple 1. Structure & Content 2. Communication Skills 3. Pronunciation & Speaking 4. Composing Slides

6 1) Organizing information systematically 2) Presenting the content sequentially 3) Highlighting the main ideas effectively 1) Organizing information systematically 2) Presenting the content sequentially 3) Highlighting the main ideas effectively 1. Structure & Content

7 ** Sentence Patterns of Self-introduction in a Presentation Introduction FormalInformal GreetingGood morning, L & G. My name is and I am Good morning. I am and I am Objectives 1. The aim of this presentation is to introduce you to. 1. Id like to talk to you today about. 2. Its my pleasure to give you a presentation on. 2. We are here today to learn about.

8 ** Introducing Parts of Structure in a Presentation Part 1Part 2Part 3 1Ill start withNext,Finally, 2First,Second,Third, 3First of all,Moving along,To close, 4To begin with,Then, IllLasst, 5 Ill open by V-ing After that, well VAnd Ill wrap up with V-ing 6Step one is to V.And then we can com to. And our final step is to V.

9 1) Thinking deeply and widely about the needs and interests of the audience 2) Expressing ideas with verbal language, nonverbal language, or even audio-visual aids 3) Two-way or multiple-way communication 1) Thinking deeply and widely about the needs and interests of the audience 2) Expressing ideas with verbal language, nonverbal language, or even audio-visual aids 3) Two-way or multiple-way communication 2. Communication Skills

10 1) Using an effective voice, such as stress, pausing, intonation, volume and silence, to create impact in a presentation 2) Varying expressions with rhetorical techniques in a presentation. 1) Using an effective voice, such as stress, pausing, intonation, volume and silence, to create impact in a presentation 2) Varying expressions with rhetorical techniques in a presentation. 3. Pronunciation & Intonation

11 Composing 1) texts 2) images 3) animation 4) sound effects 4. Composing Slides

12 1) Presenting the message in seven words in seven lines 2) Making the message precise and concise 4. Composing Slides

13 Example Texts 1. The purpose of this presentation is to show you tips for advanced studies. => Tips for Advanced Studies 2. What is an On-line Reading Club? => What is OLRC?

14 Composing images 4. Composing Slides **Effects of images 1) An image is an interpreter of a text. 2) An image is magic for imagination and association 3) An image bridges the gap between oral and writing instruction.

15 Psycholinguistic Test 1 Composing images

16 Psycholinguistic Test 2 c i i i n t t t e s s s h u y h p Composing images

17 Psycholinguistic Test 3 t s e t c i i i n t s s h u y h p Composing images

18 Psycholinguistic Test 4 t s e t c i i i n t s s h u y h p Composing images

19 Psycholinguistic Test 5 Composing images

20 Psycholinguistic Test 6 Composing images

21 Psycholinguistic Test 7 Composing images

22 Your Inferences 1. To be a good reader, you have to To be a good reader, you have to To be a good reader, you have to To be a good reader, you have to....

23 Reading and writing for natural purposes: A Problem-Solving Activity Problem Answer 1 (Advice 1) Answer 2 (Advice 3) Responses Composing images

24 Problem Public speaking is the most daunting, scary thing to many people and I am no exception. Whenever I make a presentation on a stage, I am always nervous and then forget to report many things. How can I deal with the problem? Reading and writing for natural purposes: A Problem-Solving Activity Composing images

25 Answer 1 (Advice 1) Dear Joyce, I have the same problem as you. I always get nervous in a presentation, especially in English. ……………………….. Here are some tips for you: First, you have to have appropriate eye contact with the audience.... Reading and writing for natural purposes: A Problem-Solving Activity Composing images

26 Answer 2 (Advice 2) Dear Joyce, To make a good presentation, you have to be yourself. Don t worry about the feeling of your audience. If you rehearse your presentation several time at home, you will ……………….. Reading and writing for natural purposes: A Problem-Solving Activity Composing images

27 Responses My Responses to the Project It is interesting to put myself into the other s shoes when thinking of some solutions to his or her problems. From the procedure, I learned Reading and writing for natural purposes: A Problem-Solving Activity Composing images

28 AB C D

29 Table 2 Citizen Responses to bilingual signs in Kaohsiung Results and Discussions ItemSAANDSDTotal 4. I am satisfied with bilingual road signs in Kaohsiung. % of Total 11 33% 9 26% 9 26% 4 12% 1 3% % 5. I am satisfied with bilingual transportation signs in Kaohsiung. % of Total 12 35% 11 33% 8 23% 1 3% 2 6% % 6. I am satisfied with bilingual building or organization signs in Kaohsiung. % of Total 12 35% 12 35% 8 24% 1 3% 1 3% % 7. I am satisfied with bilingual tourist brochures in Kaohsiung. % of Total 4 12% 17 50% 11 32% 2 6% 0 0% % More than half of the citizens agreed or strongly agreed to these four items. Composing animation 4. Composing Slides

30 Composing animation 4. Composing Slides coco cola tea

31 **Effects of sounds 1) Sound is a deliverer of a text. 2) Sound is a mirror of authentic speaking. 3) Sound is echo of feelings

32 Composing Sounds (& Images) 4. Composing Slides Example 1: Midi Example 2: Reading Example 3: Video

33 **Statistics of retrieving information in a presentation 10% for audio information 20% for visual information 65% for audio-visual information => Implications:

34 Application of Presentation in English Classes in Senior High School 1. Presentation of an ad. 2. Presentation of sentence structures 3. Presentation of a lesson 4. Presentation of a book 5. Presentation of a project

35 1. Presentation of an ad. Know it! Forget it! Know it! Forget it! You will know the time when you wear the watch. But you will forget the watch when it becomes part of your skin.

36 Presentation of sentence structures S + Vt + O S + Vt (leave/keep/find/make) + O + OC (adj.) Examples 1.I have a problem She never leaves my things alone. 3.The noise keeps my sister awake.

37 Sample Text: ATIONS By Shel Silversatein (A Light in the Attic) If we meet and I say, Hi, Thats a salutation, If you ask me how I feel, Thats consideration. If we understand each other, That s communication. If we argue, scream and fight, thats alternation. 5. Presentation of a Lesson

38 Getting On-line Music Resources NIEHS Kids' Pages Index (http://www.niehs.nih.gov/kids/musicchild.htm).http://www.niehs.nih.gov/kids/musicchild.htm

39 Song-title-story Writing Sample Ronny's New Home By Pei-hsuan Lin 12 Days before Christmas, Ronny moved to the Red River Valley for his new job--a repairman on the railroad. His neighbors were very nice to get along with. Miss Molly, an artist, brought him a lovely Daisy Bell as a present. She helped him to decorate his new house, painting the wall with many Pretty Colors. Jack and Jill, the coworkers of the railroad, lived in a big house next to Ronny's. Knowing that Ronny lived alone, they sent him a little dog to accompany with. They Climb Every Mountain on holidays, having Happy Talk with other people. Thanks to them, Ronny was gradually familiar with this small town and had great performances on work. With so many nice people, now Ronny think maybe it's a good place to stay Forever and Ever. 12 Days before Christmas, Red River ValleyMiss MollyDaisy BellPretty ColorsJack and JillClimb Every MountainHappy TalkForever and Ever

40 1.Wordless books A Alphabet books 3. Counting books 4. Concept books 5. Nursery rhyme books 6. Predictable Books 7. Big books 8. Easy-to-read books (Read-aloud books) Presentation of Books

41 Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Presentation of Projects

42 1. Structure & Content 2. Communication Skills 3. Pronunciation & Speaking 4. Composing Slides Tips for KISS Keep it Super and Simple Taking care of the Items:

43 1. Business English Accounting Advertising Banking Bankruptcy/Debt Bonds Commodities Computers Currency Economics Personal Finance Financial Management Human ResourcesAccounting Advertising Banking Bankruptcy/Debt Bonds Commodities Computers Currency Economics Personal Finance Financial Management Human Resources Insurance International Trade Job Search Law Management Marketing Math Medicine Real Estate Retirement Small Business Statistics Stocks & Investing TaxesInsurance International Trade Job Search Law Management Marketing Math Medicine Real Estate Retirement Small Business Statistics Stocks & Investing Taxes E. L. Easton Materials for Teaching and Learning

44 2. Academic English Courses Diagramming Grammar Terms Punctuation Quizzes Spelling Teaching Grammar Test Your English Writing PARTS of SPEECH Adjectives Articles Conjunctions Nouns Prepositions Pronouns Verbs Phrasal Verbs

45 3. Academic Sharing Directed by Dr. Ye-ling Chang Presented by Graduate StudentsYe-ling Chang Graduate School in the Master Program English Department National Kaohsiung Normal University February, 2005 Listening / Speaking Reading / Writing Portfolio / MI CALLOthers

46 4-1. Academic Sharing (PC) Presented by Ye-ling ChangYe-ling Chang 01-Garden 02-R&W 03-R&W-pic 04-Portfolio 05-Curriculum WWW 07-Placement Tests 08-Multiple Assessments 09-EM&M 10-JH-EM&M 11-T-P English T. 12-P-Books 13-Typewriter 14-2Schools 15-Metacognition 16-Harry 17-SEAL-e 18-WLanguage 19-Content 20-Globalization 21-Gifted 22-Writing 23-Pen & Network Tests 24-Shakespeare

47 4-2. Academic Sharing (web) Presented by Ye-ling ChangYe-ling Chang 01-Garden 02-R&W 03-R&W-pic 04-Portfolio 05-Curriculum WWW 07-Placement Tests 08-Multiple Assessments 09-EM&M 10-JH-EM&M 11-T-P English T. 12-P-Books 13-Typewriter 14-2Schools 15-Metacognition 16-Harry 17-SEAL-e 18-WLanguage 19-Content 20-Globalization 21-Gifted 22-Writing 23-Pen & Network Tests 24-Shakespeare

48 5. Links 1. Outline of the courses Outline of the courses 2. Workshop Aims & Business English Workshop Aims & Business English 3. Tips for Making PowerPoint Slides Tips for Making PowerPoint Slides 4. Sample PowerPoint Files Sample PowerPoint Files 5. Sample P. Outline Sample P. Outline

49 Thanks for your participation More questions and suggestions are welcome.


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