UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGY MARA

ACADEMY OF LANGUAGE STUDIES

COURSE OUTLINE

ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES

(PUBLIC SPEAKING/ ORAL PRESENTATIONS) 

Lecturer: Associate Professor Dr. Othman Ismail

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Lesson 3 :

 

 

3rd. May 2008 (Saturday)

Introduction to Public Speaking

 

Listening

  Basic Principles of Speech Communication (continue...)

  Stage Frights

  Ethics and Public Speaking

 

  Differences between Hearing and Listening

  Types of Listening

(Back to day: 1 || 2 || 3 || 4 || 5 || 6 )

Basic Principles of Speech Communication (continue...) (Lucas, 2007)

Stage Fright and Nervousness (Lucas, 2007)

 

Ethics and Public Speaking (Lucas, 2007)

 

Listening (Lucas, 2007)

 

Exercise on Pronunciation (ACTIVITY 3)

 

Practice on Opening Speech using Active Present Tenses (ACTIVITY 4a)

• Each participant is required to prepare a promptu introductory speech. The objective of this introductory speech is to formally greet the chairperson, the VIPs and the audience. Begin with a short prayer citation or any regular greeting remarks to address the floor accordingly . Make use of PRESENT tenses as much as possible and try to produce proper pronunciation of words. Write out an outline of your Introductory Speech and deliver your speech as formal as you can be. (1 to 2 minutes each)

 

Practice on an Argumentative Speech using Active Past Tenses (ACTIVITY 4b)

• In week two (2) each participant was required to prepare an argumentative speech arguing on one of his or her friend's "Show & Tell" oral presentation. The objective of this speech is to express one's opinions or ideas that are opposite than that of his or her colleague. Make use of PAST tenses as much as possible and try to produce proper pronunciation of words. Write out an outline of your Argumentative Speech and deliver your speech as formal as you can be. (1 to 2 minutes each)

 

 

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