Presentation Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text AS91102 3 Credits

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PresentationConstruct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text AS91102 3 Credits

To get an Excellence..The presentation must demonstrate that you can develop, sustain, integrate, and structure ideas effectively, using appropriate oral language features in a crafter and controlled manner to command attention.This means thatYou make connections between ideas linking to your researchYou can build on ideas by adding comments, explanations, details or examples (this is in your research)You develop and sustain ideas in a structure so that the effect is insightful and/or original (this is in your research)You build on ideas by adding comments, explanations, details or examples (this is in your research)You craft your presentation so that there is a clear sense of organisationYou deliberately use oral language features appropriate to the selected audience and purposeThis could includeOral language E.g. rhetorical questions, alliterationBody languageE.g. eye contact, stance, gesture, facial expressionVoiceE.g. tone, volume, pace, stressYou must be able to sustain the confident and articulate use of oral language features to create meaning, effect, and audienceConstructing your SeminarHow will I introduce my presentation?How closely will I refer to my research?How will I organise my presentation?How can I incorporate my own views or reactions?How has my research into this topic changed, challenged, or expanded my views?How will I conclude my presentation? What message do I want to leave my audience?

Presenting your researchUse appropriate oral language features.Show a clear sense of organisation.Present ideas that are developed with detailed explanations and evidence.Show how the ideas are clearly linked to the issue.Ensure that the overall effect of both ideas and structure is compelling and integrated.

IntroductionHow will you greet the audience? What techniques will you use to catch attention? What key points will you introduce? What is your purpose? Introduction - 2State your topicGive the audience a reason to listen Give your viewpoint/thematic directionIntroduce your style through aspects of your deliver techniqueYou could use:Rhetorical questionsQuotationsanecdotesBodyWhat will be your 3 or 4 main points? What evidence and examples will you add to support their information? What visual aids will help to inform the audience? How will you link the different sections of their speech? Connection 1State your first connectionExplain why it is importantRefer to your overall theme

You should:Use your research to back up your view pointUse Quotations & anecdotesPersonal pronouns to include your audienceConnection 2State your second connectionExplain why it is importantRefer to your overall theme

You should:Delivery techniques to develop your styleUse Quotations & anecdotesResearch to back up your view pointConnection 3State your third connectionExplain why it is importantRefer to your overall theme

You shouldDelivery techniques to develop your styleUse Quotations & anecdotesResearch to back up your view point

ConclusionWhat do you want their audience to do with their information? What oral, structural or visual method will you end with to make their speech memorable? Conclusion - 2Sum up your Research & align your comments to your overall themeConvince the audience that you are worth listening toLeave the audience with a memorable, lasting impression

Oral Featuresdirect address to the audiencesound devices such as alliterationstructures such as deliberate repetition, rhetorical questionschoice of words and phrases such as evocative adjectives, punsfigurative language such as simileshumour, analogy, or anecdotespersonal pronouns, colloquialisms (if appropriate to engage your audience)pauses, emphasisvoice variety (pitch, rhythm, intonation, volume, pace)body language (gestures, facial expressions, stance, eye contact, movement).

Techniques to take into considerationpausing to create emphasisstressing key wordsvarying volume varying paceinflection or shifts in tone as you speakTechnological AssistanceSmart board presentationspower point displayvideo footageposter diagram or mapphotocopied handoutreference book displaywhiteboard presentationflip chartslide showprops something to feel, smell, taste, touch

Remember; Technology is to support your presentation, not the key point of your presentationBrown BrothersWatch the following clip. Take notes under some of the headings you have made this lessonThink about why this is such an astounding speechWhat would have this speech been like irrespective of content, if it had been delivered by someone else?Exemplars

This is an example of a Merit Presentation.

Specifications

Four minutes is the shortest presentation acceptable12 minutes is an appropriate limit on the length of your presentationThere is no minimum number of gestures, although you should not hold your cue cards with both hands for the entire presentation.You must make sustained eye contact (more than a glance) with the audience on at least 4 separate occasions.You do not HAVE to use technology or any form of assistance in your presentation. However, if you choose too, any video clips etc. they will not be counted as part of your presentation duration.You must also submit a written copy of your researchYou must also include a Bibliography of the texts you have usedFinal TipsPrepare well. Rehearse your presentation. Know all your quotes etc. so they sound fluent in your presentationOpen strong and close with something memorableIf you make a mistake keep going, you are the only person who knows it was a mistakeDont talk too fast or too slowBuild tension wherever possible by using pauses, volume changes & gestures.Relate your points to your audience if possibleSmile