Exercise on group discussion skills
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 10

Exercise on Group Discussion Skills PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 87 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Exercise on Group Discussion Skills. A. Structure of a group discussion. In a good group discussion, there should be ______________ parts: an introduction, a ___________ and a _____________. The approximate allocation of time is 1 minute, _______ minutes and _________ minutes

Download Presentation

Exercise on Group Discussion Skills

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Exercise on group discussion skills

Exercise on Group Discussion Skills


A structure of a group discussion

A. Structure of a group discussion

In a good group discussion, there should be

______________ parts: an introduction,

a ___________ and a _____________. The

approximate allocation of time is 1 minute,

_______ minutes and _________ minutes

respectively.

3

body

conclusion

7

2


Discussion skills that candidates can display at different times of the discussion are as follows

Discussion skills that candidates can display at different times of the discussion are as follows:

Starting the discussion

  • Introducing the topic

  • Suggesting a framework

    During the discussion

  • Asking for opinions

  • Making suggestions

  • Summarizing and moving on

  • Agreeing and disagreeing

  • Responding with a reason / an example


Exercise on group discussion skills

During the discussion (continued)

  • Interrupting

  • Clarifying

  • Assisting weaker candidates

    Closing the discussion

  • Summing up

  • Assigning responsibilities


B group discussion skills

B. Group discussion skills

Candidates are expected to display a wide range of discussion skills in the 10-minute discussion. Complete the following formula and give an example for each item. For each skill, the first letter is given as hint.


Exercise on group discussion skills

aking suggestions

  • Asking for opinions e.g. What do you think?

  • M _______________ e.g. __________________

  • P _______________ e.g. __________________

  • M _______________ e.g. __________________

  • S _______________ e.g. __________________

I think……

assing turns

Is this a good idea, Miss Chan?

oving on

Shall we move on to discuss…?

ummarising

So far, we’ve discussed…


Exercise on group discussion skills

  • - I agree with you that …because

  • I’m afraid I can’t agree with you

  • because….

greeing and disagreeing

6.A _______________ e.g. ________________

7. R _______________ e.g. ________________

8. C _______________ e.g. ________________

9. I_______________ e.g. ________________

10. A _______________ e.g. ________________

What you’ve said is true but

have you ever thought about…

esponding

What I mean is….

larifying

nterrupting

Sorry to interrupt, but…

What’s your idea, Mr Wong?

Do you agree with our ideas?

ssisting weaker candidates


Exercise on group discussion skills

Based on 2003 Set 14 ‘Pets: Man’s best friend’, write out your ideas using the following sentence structures

  • Shall we ______? Today we need to ___

    ________________________________

    ________________________________

  • I think we should include ____________

    ___________ in our booklet because __

    ________________________________.

start

plan a booklet entitled ‘Pets: man’s best friends’.

the vaccination

procedures

pet owners need to know about this


Exercise on group discussion skills

vaccination procedures

the advs and disadvs of keeping pets

they are good considerations

for potential pet owners.

  • In addition to ____________________,

    ________________________ can be

    included because _________________

    ________________________________

  • How can we gather information for the booklet? I think___________________

    ________________________________

    5. How about presenting the information in an interesting way? In order to make the booklet interesting, we can __________ ________________________________

we can surf the Internet

to get first-hand information.

add colourful

photos and make the booklet pocket-sized.


Exercise on group discussion skills

make the

booklet. Shall we assign the responsibilities now?

the information

to beincluded and how to gather information.

the target readers

  • So far, we’ve discussed_____________

    ____________________________________ .

    Shall we move on to discuss _____________ ?

  • Who should be our target readers? I

    think ________________________________

    because _____________________________

  • As time is running short, let’s make a conclusion. We’ve planned how to _________

    ______________________________________

we should target children and the elderly

they often need a pet to accompany them


  • Login