• English for jobs: Deciding what to say
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  • 03.01.2023
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De­ci­ding what to say
I­ma­gi­ne you want to sell a mo­bi­le.
What point would be in­te­resting to talk about?
Lösung
ex­amp­les:
price, easy to hand­le, ca­me­ra, ...
1
a)
im­portant points:
points Sarah drops:
Lösung1
im­portant points: 4 5 6 7 8
points Sarah drops: 1 2 3 9 10
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b) -​important points:
-​points Nat drops:

Struc­tu­ring a pre­sen­ta­ti­on

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a) Use the full page for your chart.

Parts of a pre­sen­ta­ti­on

a) What you s­hould say

b) Phra­ses

In­tro­duc­tion­

Main part

End

Lösung2
in­tro­duc­tion­:
-Tell your au­di­ence what your main topic is
-List the points you plan to make

Main part:
-Go into de­tail­ about your main points
-Use pic­tures to il­lus­tra­te your main points

Con­clu­si­on: -Sum up your main ideas and say what your con­clu­si­on is
-​Thank your au­di­ence and offer to an­s­wer a ques­ti­on
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b) Use page 148. Write the phra­ses into the chart.
Lösung2
b) Use page 148. Write the phra­ses into the chart.
In­tro­duc­tion­:
-The topic of my talk is. …
-I‘m going to di­vi­de my talk into … sec­tion­s.
-​First I‘ll give you some ge­ne­ral facts about… .
-Next, I‘ll look at … .
- Fi­nal­ly, I‘ll …

Main part:
-Now, plea­se have a look at …
-On the next slide …
-Now I‘d. like to draw your at­ten­ti­on to… .
-As you can see in …

End:
-To sum up my talk …
-​Please feel free to ask ques­ti­ons­ or com­ment on anything I‘ve said.
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c) Un­der­line the phra­ses in your chart.
Lösung3
All phra­ses s­hould be un­der­li­ne­d.
3
Do the pre­sen­ta­ti­on in front of your Eng­lish te­acher.
Make sure to use some of the phra­ses in 2 b).

Use pages 138 and 148 for help.