First, we will check the points in this lesson. Please repeat after me.
|1.||If you have three topics, you should try to explain the outline in an organized way. You can use these sequence words: “First…Then…Finally…”|
|2.||You should be ready for questions; commonly, at the end of presentations, the speaker facilitates a Q&A session. You can say, “Feel free to ask me questions…”|
We will read aloud the dialogue below. Once we are done, we will switch roles and read aloud the dialogue again. I will check your pronunciation and intonation.
(Please send the mispronounced words and expressions to your student.)
|A:||I’d like to begin by giving you the outline. I’ve divided my talk into three parts. First, I’m going to introduce our history and discuss our mission statement, business aims, and philosophy. Then, I will give you an idea of a typical day for our employees. Finally, I will speak about the hiring process at Brauhaus. Each of these sections that I have just outlined will be roughly 15 minutes long. With a further 10 minutes at the end for questions and answers, the whole presentation will take almost one hour long. Of course, feel free to ask me any questions at any time. OK, let’s move on to the main parts….|
Now, let’s review some words and expressions from part B_2.
(Please review the mispronounced words and expressions from part B_2.)
Now, please answer the following questions. I will check if your sentences are complete and if the grammar is correct.
|1.||What is the purpose of giving an outline?|
|2.||Could you think of other sequence words besides, first, then and finally?|
Now, let’s review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)
Let’s do a role play with the given situations.
You are the head salesperson in your department. You will prepare a short outline of your presentation.
(Your tutor will pretend to be your co-worker.)
– Feel free to ask me questions.