Presentation on theme: "HOW TO BE A GOOD SPEAKER Oral Presentations. DO's & DON'Ts Think about 3 things you should do to be a good speaker. Think about 3 things a good speaker."— Presentation transcript:
HOW TO BE A GOOD SPEAKER Oral Presentations
DO's & DON'Ts Think about 3 things you should do to be a good speaker. Think about 3 things a good speaker should NEVER do.
YOU SHOULD... BE PREPARED: Practice your presentation at home. To start, introduce yourself and say what you're going to talk about.
YOU SHOULD... BE POSITIVE: Show enthusiasm
YOU SHOULD... NOT READ: Talk to your audience LOUD & CLEAR.
YOU SHOULD... USE VISUAL AIDS /EXAMPLES: powerpoint / posters / photos
YOU SHOULD... MANTAIN EYE CONTACT: Look at us!
YOU SHOULD... USE YOUR VOICE EFFECTIVELY: Vary the tone of your voice and be careful not to talk too quickly
YOU SHOULD... WATCH YOUR BODY LANGUAGE: hands and body
YOU SHOULDN'T... IMPROVISE: That'll cause a poor impression of your work. BE BORING or SAD: Show that you are enjoying it. READ: your grades will turn...0!!! USE YOUR OWN WORDS: do NOT copy from the net.
YOU SHOULDN'T... TALK TOO FAST: we'll get lost TALK MONOTONOUSLY: we'll get bored and won't understand. BODY LANGUAGE: don't move backwards and forward. Do not keep your hands in your pockets.
What are they doing wrong?
In short... Be confident, be yourself, be prepared
...above all... Enjoy your work!!! Good luck!!!
CO-EVALUATION SHEET -EXPONE SU TRABAJO MIRANDO A LA AUDIENCIA -ILUSTRA SU EXPOSICIÓN DE FORMA VISUAL -LEE EL TRABAJO MIENTRAS LO EXPONE -HABLA DE FORMA CLARA Y AUDIBLE -RESPETA EL TIEMPO DE SU EXPOSICIÓN -NO REPITE PALABRAS / NO USA MULETILLAS
English Lara G.R.
REMEMBER: 0. Introduce yourself: “Hello. My name is … I’m going to talk about”. “This morning I want to talk about…” 1.Use the language learnt in class 2.Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse at home. 3.Use some visual support (& real material) 4.Only key words (no text) DO NOT READ. SPEAK CLEARLY AND SLOWLY