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1 Presenting in English Part 2: Transitions Kristin Magruder, Lundbeck Korea 1

2 Transitions When Introduction to Body Topic to Topic Topic to Subtopic Subtopic to Subtopic Body to Conclusion How Time Similarity Contrast Elaboration Cause-Effect Style Presenting in English: Transitions 2

3 Topics and Subtopics Topic 1 Subtopic A Subtopic B Subtopic C Topic 2 Subtopic A Subtopic B Subtopic C Topic 3 Subtopic A Subtopic B Subtopic C Presenting in English: Transitions - When 3 3 Main Parts 3 Main Points Each

4 Intro Topic 1 Topic 1 Already covered in introduction Make it clear that the information starts now Use words like start, first, begin Presenting in English: Transitions - When 4

5 Topic 1 Subtopic A Subtopic A New but related Research, opinion, etc. Mark transition from topic to subtopics Presenting in English: Transitions - When 5

6 Subtopic A Subtopic B Subtopic B Related to Topic 1 and Subtopic A Stay on point with short transitions Use words like another, also, on the other hand Presenting in English: Transitions - When 6

7 Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 1 Summarize Topic 2 Show how it relates to Topic 1 Presenting in English: Transitions - When 7

8 Topic 3 Conclusion Topic 3 Summarize Conclusion Summarize all main points briefly One sentence is perfect Use a phrase like In conclusion…, That covers everything I wanted to talk to you about today Presenting in English: Transitions - When 8

9 Transitions When Introduction to Body Topic to Topic Topic to Subtopic Subtopic to Subtopic Body to Conclusion How Time Similarity Contrast Elaboration Cause-Effect Style Presenting in English: Transitions - How 9

10 Time Events Use words like then, next, after Organize in chronological order Ordered Lists Use similar words as time Organize in order of importance Presenting in English: Transitions - How 10

11 Similarity Similarity to previous point (backward) e.g. Like Topic 1, Topic 2 focused on patients between the ages of 35 and 45. Similarity to new information (forward) e.g. The results we found in Subtopic B are similar to those that Fogle et al. found in their study, Subtopic C. Presenting in English: Transitions - How 11

12 Contrast Contrast with previous point (backward) e.g. Unlike Topic 1, Topic 2 focused on patients between the ages of 35 and 45. Contrast with new information (forward) e.g. The results we found in Subtopic B are much different from those that Fogle et al. found in their study, Subtopic C. Presenting in English: Transitions - How 12

13 Elaboration Broader than previous point (backward) e.g. Topic 3 has implications for doctors and patients alike, so action is needed. Thats why I have concluded from the results of my study that Conclusion. More detailed new information (forward) e.g. Topic 1 can be seen as the total of three different parts, Subtopic A, B, and C. Let me talk about Subtopic A a little. Presenting in English: Transitions - How 13

14 Cause-Effect Cause of previous point (backward) –e.g. We decided to structure the study Topic 1 because of some unanswered questions in an earlier study, Topic 2. Cause of new information (forward) –e.g. The results of the Fogle et al. study, Subtopic B, raised some unanswered questions which we sought to answer with our own study, Subtopic C. Presenting in English: Transitions - How 14

15 Presenting in English: Style When Introduction to Body Topic to Topic Topic to Subtopic Subtopic to Subtopic Body to Conclusion How Time Similarity Contrast Elaboration Cause-Effect Style Presenting in English: Transitions - Style 15

16 Body Head (and face!) Arms Hands Legs Feet Presenting in English: Transitions - Style 16

17 Voice Pause Pitch Tone Volume Presenting in English: Transitions - Style 17

18 Put It All Together When Introduction to Topic 1 How Elaboration (forward) Style Body: gesture to.ppt slide briefly Voice: Lower pitch, pause, start with higher pitch Lets start by taking a look at the recorded prevalence of psychological disorders in Korea. // There are three agencies that report these statistics, so I will give you the figures from all three for each point I cover. Presenting in English: Transitions - Practice 18

19 Presenting in English Part 2: Transitions Kristin Magruder, Lundbeck Korea 19


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