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English For Presentation

MethodologyClass Lectures/ Workshops/ Examples from different work natures/ Group Discussions

Brief Description:
English for presentations is the ideal quick course for professionals who need English language for their presentations. This intensive specialist course has especially been designed to inculcate and enhance knowledge, strategies and skills of presentation which can enable the participants to carry out their presentations aptly at both local and international diaspora. This 25-hour course puts a ginormous heed on galvanizing the participants towards reaching the epitome of their professionalism as well as growth by equipping them with the most modern presentation knowledge and skills.

Salient Features of the course

  • Target oriented stages of presentation
  • Addressing key language points, useful phrases, and strategies
  • Improving upon candidates’ morphological, syntactic, and semantic knowledge
  • Opportunities to practise giving presentations on various topics
  • Warm-up and awareness-raising activities at all stages along with output with activities to encourage discussion and reflection
  • Covering presenting techniques; the composition, structure, and how to deliver a presentation
  • Addressing other issues like body language, visuals, and interaction with the audience

Learning Objectives/Outcomes
The activities in this course have been designed to help the participants learn more about the following skills:

  1. Welcoming your audience Introducing yourself and the topic

Opening a presentation/ Structuring a presentation/ Organizational details (talking about timing, handouts, questions) Getting the audience’s attention

  1. Body language

Signposting (phrases to organize your presentation)
Talking about difficult issues
Referring to other points and adding ideas

  1. Creating effective visuals

Introducing visuals and saying numbers
The rule of six
Emphasizing important points & making contrasts and describing results

  1. Describing graphs and charts and interpreting visuals

Talking about visuals and trends (verb tenses, adjectives, and adverbs)

  1. Concluding a presentation

Summarizing the main points and making recommendations
Phrases for effective conclusions
Using your voice effectively (stressing words, making pauses)

  1. Handling the question and answer session

Dealing with questions and asking polite questions
Anticipating questions and dealing with interruptions

Participant is eligible for:

  • Notebook and pen
  • As well as any other additional material.
  • Attendance certificate.

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