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Functional Skills English. Week 5 Donna Ross. Being Confident. 30 second commercial. Public Speaking and presentations. Use the internet (e.g. YouTube) to watch some presentations. Can you identify examples of good and bad practice? Tips for good presentations Things to avoid.

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Functional skills english

Functional Skills English

Week 5

Donna Ross

Being confident
Being Confident

  • 30 second commercial

Public speaking and presentations
Public Speaking and presentations

  • Use the internet (e.g. YouTube) to watch some presentations.

  • Can you identify examples of good and bad practice?

  • Tips for good presentations

  • Things to avoid

Assessment of presentations
Assessment of presentations

  • If you were the assessor, what would you be looking for?

  • Create a peer/self assessment record for the presentation task.

  • Compare this with the exam board assessment record.

    • Anything to add/take out?

Public speaking
Public Speaking

  • Be prepared

  • Appear confident

  • Speak slowly and clearly – avoid ‘ums’ and ‘ahs’.

  • Ensure you emphasise the intended points

    • (Communication Activity)

  • Positive body language

Being prepared
Being prepared

  • Know your P.A.L.

    Purpose: Know what your purpose is in giving your presentation. Is it to inform? To persuade? To entertain?

    Audience: Who is your audience? What age group are they, where do they live, what attitudes do they have?

    Logistics: These are things that have to be organised. You should know how much time you have to speak, what time of day it will be and how the room will be set up

Being prepared1
Being Prepared

  • Research and learn your content

  • Rehearse – over and over again

  • Think about the timing

Presentation structure
Presentation Structure

  • Introduction

    • Tell them what you’re going to tell them

  • Main Body

    • Tell them

  • Conclusion

    • Tell them what you told them

Delivering confidently
Delivering Confidently

  • Positive Body Language

    • Stand up straight and face the audience

    • Hold your head up high, with your chin up

    • Use your hands to emphasise and reinforce

    • Vary your gestures

    • Nod your head and smile to emphasise what you are saying

    • Make proper eye contact – with everyone in the room

Delivering confidently1
Delivering confidently

  • Don’t repeat what is written on your slides

  • Don’t overload your slides

  • Slow down – pace yourself and punctuate your speech with relevant pauses (try taping/video recording yourself)

  • Prepare for questions that may be asked

  • Be enthusiastic about your topic

  • Use humour and anecdotes if appropriate

S l assessment 2
S&L Assessment 2

  • Prepare and deliver a presentation about your group task

    • Plan your presentation thoroughly

      • Remember

        • Purpose

        • Audience

    • Use Microsoft PowerPoint to create your presentation

    • We will deliver the presentation(s) in two weeks’ time.

Action plan
Action Plan

  • Look back at the assessment criteria and your own ideas for self/peer assessment

  • Create an action plan to help you develop/improve your presentation skills

    • Strengths

    • Areas for development

    • How?

    • By when?