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Unit 9. Presentation in International Conferences

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  1. Unit 9. Presentation in International Conferences

  2. Part 1. Conference Presentation • Prepare by reading your script and handle the time accurately. • Practice your presentation with the visual aids for the best match.

  3. 1. Visual aids to help your speech *PPT: large enough, color, layout (pink, purple are not suitable) *Overhead projector (distinguishing)

  4. *Slides (operation) *Gesture (assisting your speech ) *Posture (position, proper)

  5. 2. Oral presentation • Well Begun Is Half Done.

  6. Your presentation should • - catch attention • - arouse interest • Catch attention • Eye contact- audience • Salutation – language expressions

  7. Choose suitable language expressions for opening your speech • Thank you Mr. Chairman • Thanks for the chairman’s introduction. • Ladies and gentlemen, I am honored to address this distinguished audience today. 我非常荣幸地能有此机会发言.

  8. Thank you and good morning. It’s a pleasure to be here and an honor to present my … Good afternoon. I am pleased to participate the symposium and I am also honored to speak here. I am privileged to be here with you this afternoon.

  9. Ladies and gentlemen. • It is a great pleasure for me to share my work with this distinguished group of scholars. • I am honored to have been invited to speak at this symposium.

  10. I owe a great debt to gratitude to the Organizing Committee of the conference for asking me to speak here today. I wish also to thank my American hosts for their generosity and hospitality. • I would like to thank Dr. Huang for permitting me the privilege to speak to this audience.

  11. Arouse interest • Don’t start your speech with a tedious introduction • Go directly to your topic. • Topic: ★not too long • ★using noun phrase • ★repeating your topic in proper • time once

  12. Use visual aid to start. • (map, figure, table, diagram etc.) • Make a startling statement.

  13. Good morning, everyone, I appreciate the opportunity to be with you today. I am here to talk to you about a disease. Some of you may already be infected; most of you will in some way be touched by this disease. If this disease can’t be eradicated, it will have a direct and serious impact on every person in this room.

  14. 3. Presenting your speech pronunciation • Clear, full vowel sound rhythm • making every meaning block coherently presented; • avoid repeating unnecessarily, too quickly; • proper pause

  15. Language expressions for beginning your presentation • *I would like to start by briefly reviewing … • *Let us start with the theoretical basis of this new technique. • *To begin with, I have to review the previous work in …. • *I think it would be best to start out by looking at/into….

  16. The first point I’d like to make is … • First , I shall explain to you …

  17. Language expressions for indicating your topic • I would like to concentrate on the… • I prefer to confine my talk to the latest development in… • In today’s talk, I restrict myself to …

  18. In my presentation this morning, I’ll limit myself to three major points on…only. • What I’m going to present today is …. • I shall devote myself to the ….(specific topic)

  19. Language expressions for introducing outline briefly • My talk consists of two parts. One is …and the other is… • I’ve divided my presentation into two parts. • My presentation will be given in four parts. The first part deals with…The second part relates to…The third part concerns and the last part discusses…

  20. Language expressions for expressing purpose • The purpose of my study is … • My purpose of the study is to … • The talk is designed for the purpose of…

  21. To realize the purpose of… , I conducted the research in… • For the purpose of…, I and my team studied…

  22. Language expressions for shifting to the next main point • Well. Let’s move on to the next point. • We will now come to the second problem. • Turning to the next question, I ‘ll talk about the stages of the procedure. • At the second topic, I shall stop here, Now let’s turn our attention to the third topic.

  23. Language expressions for indicating summary • To sum up, • In summary, • To summarize, • Finally, as a summary statement,

  24. Language expressions for conclusion • In recognition of the above, we may conclude that… • Allow me to conclude by listing out all the factors influencing the efficacy. • In conclusion, I would like to point out the following aspects.

  25. Let me conclude my talk with the following comments. • I’d like to leave you with the following conclusion.

  26. Language expressions of referring to the next topic • I’ll deal with it later. • I’ll touch upon that point in a moment. • I shall tell you in detail shortly. • I shall discuss it in the second part of my speech.

  27. Language expression for explaining PPT/slides etc. • The diagram on this slide displaces… • This chart depicts… • The curve in this PPT shows… • This table presents… • The flow-hart points out… • This figure exhibits…

  28. Presentation Practice • Topics: • 1. China-Africa friendship benefits the economy of the two parties. • 2. Agricultural development in China. • 3. Chinese Farmers – their employment in cities. • 4. Food safety – a serious problem in Chinese diet.

  29. About examination • 1. Each student presents a speech • for 7-8 minutes. • 2. The speech must be assisted by • visual aids-PPT. • 3. After the 8-minute talk, audience will • ask the speaker 2-3 questions about • his/her topic. • 4. The examination will begin on 21, • Dec., 2006. • 5. Students can choose any topic related to your research or adopt other people/s paper as your speech script

  30. 5. A student can choose any topic related to his/her research or adopt other people’s paper as his/her speech script. • 6. Students will be divided into 3 groups, first group will take part in the exam on 21, Dec. and the others will do it on 22, Dec.