Structure 1.one or two words 2.big font, filling up the screen 3.bright contrast, high influence 4.easy-to-understand words Two Types of Visual Aides Content Avoid large volume of diagrams Simple figures and tables Spread into different slides if too much information Large font Don’t design for the readers to take time to read the slide
Two Type of Visual Aides Information density LowHigh Visual : readingEasy to absorbEasy to absorb, but is slow Audio : listeningEasy to absorbDifficult to absorb Channel
1.At the same time lower your memorizing capability 2.When the audience are reading the ppt, the capability for absorbing what you are expressing is lowered. 3.Try to design your ppt as simple as possible without taking time to read Reading and Listening
Listen to mp3.18 on pp. 146-158mp3.18 1.Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 1.Introduce the Topic (mp3.18)
Introduce the Topic 1.I ‘d now like you to [Ok, let’s] look at n.p [+wh-clause]. 2.If you look at here [this (chart/graph/table/slide)], you can see n.p. [+ wh-clause]. 3.On this slide, we’ve got n.p. [we can see n.p. or wh-clause]. 4.These statistics show n.p. [+ wh-clause]. 5.This graph displays n.p. 6.This (next) chart/table/slide/graph shows us n.p. [wh-clause]. 7.This slide gives us the figures for [describes] n.p.
Practice I 1. Choose your “introduction” sentence. Practice with a partner.
Listen to mp3.19 on pp. 159-166mp3.19 1.Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 2. Highlight Relevant Info. (mp3.19)
Highlight Relevant Information 1.As you can see + clause. 2.I’d like you to look at n.p. (which shows n.p.) [wh-clause]. 3.I’d like to draw your attention to n.p. [to the fact that +clause] 4. Let me draw your attention to n.p. [the way that +clause]. 5. Look at the n.p. [the way that + clause| how + clause]. 7. Notice how/that + clause [n.p. here]. 8. We can see from the/this graph that + cause [wh-clause]. 9. If you look here, you can see that + clause [wh –clause].
Practice II 1. Choose your highlighting sentences. Practice with a partner.
Listen to mp3.20 on pp. 167-173mp3.20 1.Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 3. Summarize or Explain the Key Point (mp3.20)
Summarize/Explain the Key Point 1. It is clear from this (chart/graph/table/movement/general movement) that + clause. 2.Let me elaborate/expand on n.p. 3.Let me explain why I think this is important. 4.These figures suggest n.p. [that + clause|wh-clause]. 5.These statistics show n.p. [that + clause |wh-clause ]. 6.This slide shows that + clause [wh-clause].
Practice III 1. Choose your sentence for summarizing the key point. Practice with a partner.
Listen to mp3.21 on pp. 174-179mp3.21 1.Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 4. Move to next slide (mp3.21)
Moving to Next Slide 1.Going on (now) to n.p.(, which we can see here). 2.Let’s turn now to n.p.(, which we can see here). 3.Moving on (to the next slide), + clause. 4.Turning to the next slide, + clause 5.Let’s take a look at the next slide. 6.Looking at the next slide, we can see n.p. [+ wh-clause]. 7.This next slide describes/shows n.p. [+wh-clause].
Practice IV 1. Choose your sentence for moving to next slide. Practice with a partner.
Listen to mp3.22 on pp. 180-183mp3.22 1.Don’t read/look at the book in the beginning. 2.Try to shadow the audio clip as much as you can. 5. Examples (mp3.22)
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