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Lesson overview

In this lesson, students learn how to use connectors to present information. They will acquire language to refer to a visual when delivering a presentation. 

 

Reading: Introduction to a presentation

The student reads an introduction to a presentation and identifies connectors/linkers and gets familiar with their use. 

 

Vocabulary: sequencing linkers/connectors

They also learn some useful phrases to introduce a presentation and learn more about sequencing linkers (e.g. firstly, in the next slide, to sum up, etc.) which they can use to present information in a logical manner. After that, they put their knowledge into practice by filling in the gaps and sorting out connectors based on their purpose.

 

Presentation with graphs

The student reads the main part of a short presentation in which different types of graphs are described and learns useful verbs to present a graph

 

Video: How to engage your listeners

After watching the video, the student tries to remember the six strategies of engaging listeners the speaker spoke about.

Some words from the video are extracted for the student to match them to their meaning

 

Reading: The highs and lows of business 

The student reads a short paragraph about sales at the ABC Group. New words from the text are extracted for the student to match them with their synonyms and visuals. These words are then used to complete sentences describing a sales graph. (e.g. dramatically, level off, decline, etc.). 

 

Collocations

In this part of the lesson, the student creates appropriate collocations (e.g. sharp decrease, fall dramatically, grow steadily, etc.).

 

Reading: How to engage your listeners

After watching a video, the student also reads a passage containing tips on how to engage listeners during a presentation and answers the comprehension questions. Some buzzwords are extracted from the passage for the student to match them with their definitions.

 

Presentation tips

The student completes the table containing tips about body language, tone, use of visuals and language during a presentation.

 

 

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