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:
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.
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 2010-11 Lara G.R. email@example.com
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