English_at_Work_1_Unit_11.ppt - 1 Warm-up Industries A Work...

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U11-p.107 1 Warm-up A Work with a partner. Think of three situations in which you might need to give a presentation Example: At a trade show . . . 1. ___________________________________________________ 2. ___________________________________________________ 3. ___________________________________________________ Industries Answers may vary.
U11-p.107 1 Warm-up B Look at your list of situations. Which tools could help you give a more effective presentation in those situations? Example: At a trade show, I could give DMs to people. 1. ___________________________________________________ 2. ___________________________________________________ 3. ___________________________________________________ Answers may vary.
U11-p.108 2 Vocabulary 1 Starting Your Presentation A At the beginning of your presentation, you need to introduce yourself and your presentation to your audience. You can do this with the following useful phrases. Practice reading them with a partner and circle any words you don’t understand. 1. Hello, everybody. 2. I’d like to welcome everybody to . . . 3. Today, I will talk about . . . 4. Allow me to introduce myself. 5. Hello, everybody. It’s great to see you all again. 6. Today, we will cover . . . 7. Greetings, everyone. It’s a pleasure to be here. 8. My presentation will cover/discuss . . . 9. Let me introduce myself. 10. My topic today is . . . 11. For those of you who haven’t met me, allow me to introduce myself.
U11-p.108 2 Vocabulary 1 B With a partner, practice introducing yourselves to each other. Use as many of the phrases above as possible to help you. Example: Hello, everybody. For those of you who haven’t met me, allow me to introduce myself. My name is . . . and I am studying English.
U11-p.108 3 Vocabulary 2 Phrase Types A With a partner, read the phrases from Exercise 2 again. Now put them into the following table showing their purpose. Initial Greeting Introducing Yourself Stating the Purpose of the Presentation 1. Hello, everybody. 2. I’d like to welcome everybody to . . . 5. Hello, everybody. It’s great to see you all again. 7. Greetings, everyone. It’s a pleasure to be here. 11. For those of you who haven’t met me, allow me to introduce myself 4. Allow me to introduce myself. 9. Let me introduce myself. 3. Today, I will talk about . . . 6. Today, we will cover . . . 8. My presentation will cover/discuss . . . 10. My topic today is . . .
U11-p.109 3 Vocabulary 2 B With a partner, choose one of the topics below and practice introducing it to each other. Example: Hello, everybody. For those of you who haven’t met me, allow me to introduce myself. My name is . . . and I am studying English. Today, I will talk about our new product lines . the economy a new product line your thesis your family
U11-p.109 4 Listening Dialogue A Listen to the following dialogue. Circle any words you hear from Exercise 2. Tips for Presentations U11-T40 Gordon: Hey, Tony. What are you working on? Tony: Hi, Gordon. I’m working on a presentation for our next meeting. Gordon: OK, I hate giving presentations. I am always nervous.

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