Presentations

Topic of the presentation
http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presidents




ONE PRESIDENT



1. Brief personal biography

2. Political biography:

a. Political engagements with the parties

b. Institutions of governance they serviced

c. Elections to president‘s office:when/how

d. Term of service to president‘s Office

3. Important political/presidential decisions( acts/ negotiations/visits)

4. World background

SLIDES/ PRESENTATION TALK

Think about the presentations that you have been to. What were the characteristics of the good ones?
Two parts of the presentation: talk and visuals(Slides) Characteristics of the two parts:
TALK
Funny
Tell stories not just the facts
Well prepared for the subject
Interaction with the audience:
  • Pace of speech
  • Intonation
  • Position to the audience
SLIDES/TALK
Introduction: to connect to what others were saying:
BBC opening: address the audience, greetings
Introduction ( My name)-Slide#1; title of your presentation
Speak through the parts of your- presentation(outline)- Slide#2; outline:
 Body:
  
1.x3 Slides per part
 2.
 3.
 4.
Total:
~12 Slides
  • Pictures/ visuals/charts
  • Text information : in bulleted forms - phrases preferable
  • Quote on the slide
  • Questions on the slide to lead the audience
 End – list of literature, sources ~Slide#15
Requirements for the literature list:
Citation style
http://www2.liu.edu/cwis/cwp/library/workshop/citapa.htm
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Homework for Thursday – 20 October
Prepare presentation with slides(~10)
#1 Introductory slide: topic+name
Openings from TED and my own
 #2 Outline of your presentation
#3- 9 – Openings + your opening
#10 –links to TED speeches
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 4 October Lesson
BBC Learning English
http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/business/talkingbusiness/unit3presentations/1opening.shtml
Homework:
TED - 5 conversation openings of your choice.
Write your own opening.

35 comments:

  1. William J. Clinton - Barbora Jurgilaite

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  2. Sandra Jarmalavičiūtė. Franklin D.Roosevelt

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  3. Harry S. Truman ,Justina Jančiauskaitė

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  4. Richard Nixon - Justina Kančauskaite

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  5. Abraham Lincoln - Gabrielė Kaminskaitė

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  6. Justina Kancauskaite- John F. Kennedy

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    1. Justina, do not take "Kennedy" - it is our classwork

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    2. Gintarė Kaminskaitė-George Washington

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  7. Abraham Lincoln-Anželika Kutalovskaja

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  8. George Herbert Walker Bush (1989-1993)

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  9. Julius Masilionis - Thomas Jefferson 3grupe

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  10. Abraham Lincoln-Anželika Kutalovskaja(3grupe)

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  11. Jekaterina Lisovskaja-Miliard Fillmore(3 grupe)

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  12. Gintarė Marazaitė
    Franklin D.Roosevelt

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  13. 3gr Kristina Lentinaite Harry S. Truman

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  16. Gintarė Kaminskaitė- George Washington

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  17. Dwight D. Eisenhower Deividas Juozapavičius

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  18. Thomas Jefferson Zbignevas Kaminski VAbns2-02

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