This course is designed for experienced educators interested in giving local and international seminars and workshops. It aims to explore how to conduct seminars and helps participants to develop effective communication and language skills in order to plan and deliver successful presentations.
The participants will discover how to craft presentations around essential objectives, present key concepts and ideas. The course also gives an opportunity to deliver a workshop presentation to a group of teachers and to receive constructive feedback on polishing and mastering presentation delivery.
The main aims of the course are to:
Develop a unique individual delivery style
Understand what happens in front of an audience
Practice a whole range of presentation techniques
Learn the hints and tips for an effective presentation
Stretch your capacity to present with style and presence
Effective use of hard and soft support materials
Requirements for a Certificate:
Minimum attendance requirement is 75% of course events.
Assessed portfolio work for practical tasks like group and individual planning, observation, demonstration, micro-teaching, discussion and feedback sessions.
1000-word end of course Reflective Essay.
840.01 – Purpose and features of information and persuasion presentations
840.02 – Following the basic academic presentation pattern
840.03 – Developing an outline for an academic presentation
840.04 – The difference between a sequencer and a transition
840.05 – Using data-processing software to create charts or graphs
840.06 – Using presentation software to create a presentation
840.07 – Preparing proper note cards for effective pace control
840.08 – Using the four types of gestures effectively
840.09 – Maintain confidence and handling nerves
840.10 – Rehearsal and Memory Tricks to feel totally prepared
840.11 – Creating a one-page presentation handout
840.12 – Citing sources within a presentation