Introduction Greet Say who you are Catch your audience’s attention. How?: Make it personal Tell an anecdote Say a quotation Ask a question A video Use realia It has to help you to say what you are going to talk about and why at this stage and it also has to be helpful for the development
Development Two ideas: State + line of argument + evidence/s = WHAT DO YOU THINK? WHY DO YOU THINK SO? WHAT EVIDENCES ARE YOU BASED ON?
Conclusion Linking word to sum up Restate your feeling, opinion... Suggest or propose action Good sentence to finish It has to be short, forceful and convincing
Do: Make it interesting Actual issue Make it personal Be honest Praise your audience Create credibility
Don’t: Use repetitions Make it boring Say long conclusions
Use: Specific vocabulary High level linking words Check level and type of adjectives and adverbs Complex ideas Appropriate structure Be coherent Different tones of voice Use persuasion Use metaphors or comparisons Repeat emphatic words or groups of words
HOPE YOU ENJOY LEARNING ABOUT YOURSELF BY EXPRESSING YOUR FEELINGS IN ENGLISH IN FRONT OF AN AUDIENCE
ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST FORM FORM Has the speech got specific vocabulary? Has the speech got varied language? Has the speech got idiomatic language? Has the speech got varied linking words? Has the speech got high level linking words? Has the speech got an appropriate structure? Has the speech got varied grammar structures? Has the speech got persuasive structures? Has the speech got coherence? CONTENT CONTENT Is it a personal speech? Is the speech interesting? Has the speech got complex ideas? Has the speech got appropriate arguments? Has the speech got relevant evidences? Has the speech got convincing evidences? PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE Is the speaker fluent? Is the speaker calm? Is the speaker convincing? Is the speaker’s attitude appropriate? Is the speaker’s tone of voice varied? Has the speaker got a good intonation? Is the speaker’s tone of voice appropriate? Has the speech got persuasive strategies? Has the speaker caught the audience’s attention? Has the speaker shown enthusiasm? Has the speech got a touch of authenticity?