1. 1: Let's get started:
Welcoming the audience, introducing the topic, dealing with nerves.
2. 2: Today's topic is... :
Body language, presenting to an English-speaking audience.
3. 3: My next slide shows... :
Presentation tools, using approximate numbers, creating effective visuals.
4. 4: As you can see from this graph... :
Describing graphs and charts, interpreting visuals, describing trends.
5. 5: To sum up... :
Strategies for a good conclusion.
6. 6: Any questions?
Handling the question and answer session.
7. 7. Speech delivery: from theory to practice
The final mark will be obtained from the four compulsory assessment activities:
1. End of the course presentation.
Students will deliver a 10 minute presentation on a topic of their choice. 30%
2. Peer assessment of a presentation.
Students will assess a presentation. 20%
A test on language, vocabulary and theory used in presentations and public speaking. 20%
4. Speech delivery on a topic of your choice 3 minutes. 30%
A minimum grade of 5 out of 10 is required to pass the final assessment.
If a student chooses single assessment (evaluació única), then he/she must inform the teacher in charge. In this case he/she will be evaluated in the final exam (50%) but will also need to deliver a 15 minute presentation in class (50%).
There is the possibility of retaking the subject for those students that do not pass the course.
Criteris específics de la nota «No Presentat»:
No presentat = activity not delivered
Assessment criteria via competences
Teachers will use detailed performance descriptors (Rubrics) when assessing the activities. These band descriptors will be provided to students at the beginning of the course.
The following four categories will be considered:
• task achievement
• coherence and cohesion
• lexical resource
• grammatical range and accuracy