In the English curriculum, communication is one of the main competence aims. A student will learn, for example, to be able to: express him/herself in writing and orally in a varied, differentiated and precise manner, with good progression and coherence.
Points to remember:
- It is important that your presentation is not too long (5 minutes or less).
- It must be clear, well-organised and easy to follow.
- Decide what is important to include in the presentation, make notes and an outline.
- Do not write a complete text.
- Notes and keywords will help you to remember what you want to say.
- Remember to speak to your audience, establish eye contact. Do not read from a text.
- Practise your presentation in advance.
- Make sure that you finish within the time allowed.
- You can use audio-visual aids, but don’t let them dominate the presentation.
- Introduction: Introduce yourself and the title of your presentation and give a brief outline.
- Main Part: It is important to organise the information in sections so that it is easy to follow.
- Conclusion: Sum up. Give your opinion if relevant. Thank your audience for listening.
- Sources of information: Remember to give the sources of your information.
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