Second Oral Presentation Instructions

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CHN 233 Second Oral Presentation Instructions This second oral presentation takes the form of a group role play format. 1. Content Based on units 45—49, create a play which can have multiple well connected scenes and will include all the functional topics and languages and structures . It doesn’t exclude using whatever language patterns and idiomatic expressions learnt in units not included as topics. Please note that in this role play, you must feature cross-cultural communication topics and your skills in this area . 2. Length Each person should have about 3 minutes worth of content (excluding pauses and short exchanges such as ‘ni hao’ and ‘zaijian’ etc). Please make sure each person
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Unformatted text preview: has equal amount of content to say. 3. Criteria (refer to document for more details in Ilearn) Primarily, four areas will be looked at: content (creative and comprehensive), grammatical structures (the ability to apply what we have learned in different contexts), Performance (including fluency, not looking at notes , natural and realistic performance, using props. etc.), and pronunciation and tones (You can give me dialogues for me to prompt you in case you have a ‘senior moment’ when you are performing). Please start preparing in your own time now....
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