Passport to Academic Presentations Teacher’s Book (eBook)

Douglas Bell

£10.00

A course for students giving oral academic presentations in English-speaking colleges and universities.

ISBN: 9781782602316

Upper intermediate to proficiency
CEF Level: B2 to C2  IELTS Level: 5.0 to 7.5+

eBook edition

Product Description

Passport to Academic Presentations

Oral presentations have become an increasingly important feature of Higher Education; developing abilities in this area can be crucial for students’ academic success.

Passport to Academic Presentations aims to demystify the entire oral presentation process by examining each of the different stages in turn. No prior knowledge is assumed, and students are gradually introduced to a set of core language and skills, allowing them to tackle oral presentations in an academic context with increased confidence and fluency.

A key feature of the course is its focus on transferability; students are encouraged to apply the material to their own specific subject areas throughout. Each unit also contains advice on pronunciation and tips for improving oral presentation delivery.

The Student’s Book comes with a free audio CD. Videos of the presentations are also available free online at resources.garneteducation.com/passport-video.

 


Format: eBook

Publication date: 15 Oct 2014

Number of pages: 64

BIC code: EL

BISAC code: FOR007000

Contents

Unit 1: Getting started
Unit 2: Organizing your material
Unit 3: Dealing with questions and answers
Unit 4: Creating more impact
Unit 5: Using visual aids
Unit 6: Giving persuasive presentations
Review unit

Author details

Douglas Bell is the author of Passport to Academic Presentations and is currently employed as the Head of CELE (Centre for English Language Education) and Director of Year 1 programmes at the University of Nottingham-Ningbo, China. He has been actively involved in various aspects of both English language and modern foreign language teaching since the late 1980s and in addition to the UK and China, has worked extensively in Austria, Japan and Turkey. He has also carried out ELT consultancy work in the United States.

Doug has research and materials writing interests in the teaching of English for specific purposes (particularly English for academic purposes) and in the effect of cross-cultural differences on international business communication. Along with an undergraduate degree in German and Italian and an advanced postgraduate certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, he holds postgraduate diploma qualifications in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Teaching English for Specific Purposes and Teacher Training. He also has a Masters degree in Teaching English for International Business.

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