University English: the blog for ESL students

May 12, 2012

How to do well on your presentations

Filed under: announcements — richardlstansfield @ 3:44 am

This is what you should do for your presentations.

* All members should talk a little. The presentation should be divided between all members.

* You should not read your presentation. You don’t have to completely memorize it. You can have small cards to help you when you’re having difficulty. However, don’t read.

* Presentations begin with the group members introducing themselves and their topic.

* Present in the correct order: glossary, text, and discussion questions.

* Explain any pictures.

* Asking questions about others’ presentations can give you a bonus.

* The presentation ends with all people in the class, including the presenters, asking each other the discussion questions.

* Pay attention to others’ presentations.


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