Presenting for exams in English

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What Will You Learn?

  • After taking this course, learners will feel more confident, assertive and professional when giving an oral presentation for an English oral examination.

Course Content

Planning the presentation
In this section we will look at some tips and hacks to help you with the planning process, a hugely important step that is sometimes neglected. When this step is poorly executed, the results are often not good and sometimes catastrophic.

  • Top tips for an oral exam in English
  • MindMapping
  • Tony Buzan explains Mindmapping
  • Using MindMaps to plan a presentation
  • Mindmapping

Speaking with confidence
One of the keys to success, perhaps THE key to success in presenting, is speaking with confidence and energy. In this unit we will look at confidence and how to improve your speaking confidence.

Have you ever found yourself listening enthusiastically to an engaging lecturer relate facts, figures, and data to personal experiences? If yes, that is the effect of good storytelling. In this section we look at The Magic of Storytelling. Have you ever noticed that, sometimes, you would much rather spend hours reading an interesting novel than a blandly educative book? If yes, that is the effect stories have on people. In addition, did you find yourself, even if just a little, more interested in this introduction because it painted a picture for you? If yes, that is the effect of good storytelling as well. Storytelling is indeed magical. It has a way of connecting dots in the human brain, assisting with assimilation, and influencing behaviors, among other things.

Language skills
In this section we look at the specific language that can be used in an effective presentation.

In this section we will be reviewing some basic grammar points.

Vocabulary building
Learners often have difficulty learning vocabulary, especially when they attempt to learn vocabulary and recall it to use it when they need it. This is often due to using traditional strategies of writing down lists of words, which they invariably forget when they need to use it in a conversation.

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