Effective Presentations Teacher's Book

ISBN(EAN) 9780194570893
Издатель Oxford University Press
(сайт издательства)
Автор Jeremy Comfort
Язык Английский
Серия Effective Series
Уровень B1, B2
Возрастные ограничения 16+
Рекомендуемый возраст 16+
Формат Мягкая обложка
Носитель Печатная книга
Тип продукта Учебник
Страницы 48
Год издания 1997
Страна происхождения Соединенное Королевство
Рейтинг 4.5
Вес (грамм) 154
Размер (мм) 277(д) х 210(ш) х 4(в)

Effective Presentations is a practical video-based course aimed at professional people who need to make presentations in English. It takes learners systematically through the key communication and language skills needed to make clear, well-organized presentations, and enables them to develop these skills in realistic ways.

With the video as its central element, the course focuses on the main skills involved in giving presentations, from starting and concluding, to using visual aids and handling questions. It looks at useful language for performing these skills, and offers authentic presentation practice tasks incorporating the learner's own knowledge and experience.

The video illustrates both bad and good versions of presentations for analysis and discussion. It focuses on the mistakes often made by presenters and demonstrates ways to avoid them, providing a positive model for learners to follow.

Intended for intermediate and upper-intermediate level students, Effective Presentations lends itself to both classroom-based teaching and self-study. It can be used as a short intensive specialist course, or integrated into a wider-ranging Business English programme.

This teacher's book is intended as a guide to help the teacher make the best use of the different components of the course. It contains detailed handling notes which provide suggestions for ways to approach the various activities, for further exploitation in the classroom and during self-study time, and for monitoring learner output and giving feedback. It also contains extra, photocopiable materials for further presentation practice.
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