Why learn presentation
skills?
Definition and rationale
Why learn presentation skills
Public speech differs from private
speech
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Impression through speech,
appearance, personality and skills
Personal and private dimensions
Special techniques and rhetoric
Face – threatening act
 Speech
 Seize
differs from writing
the moment
 Face it alone
 Prepare for the unexpected
 Coordinate multiple activities
 Look out for audience and time
 Context
and culture
dependence
 Match
the occasion, time and
audience
 Socially constructed activity
 Culture dependent
Author-friendly
Audience-friendly
style
 Presentation
transferable
 Personality
skills are
development
 Management and technical skills
 Body language awareness
 Speech awareness
Metaphors of presenting
 Music
 Learnable
skills and gift
 Emotional and rational appeal
“The problem with improvisation is that
it needs so much preparation.”
 Acting
 Seeing
and hearing
 Hard work and
improvisation
 Authority and personality
 Driving
 Peripheral
attention:
automatization
 Focal attention:new skills and info
A theoretical perspective
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An academic student presentation is a
STRUCTURED TALK given FORMALLY
or SEMI-FORMALLY by an individual
before fellow-students and instructors,
who constitute an AUDIENCE, with the
AIM of giving information about,
analysing or arguing and justifying a
viewpoint in relation to a subject area.
ISMERETSTRUKTÚRÁK
STRATÉGIAI KOMPETENCIÁK 1:
CÉL, TERVEZÉS
SZITUÁCIÓ
KÖZÖNSÉG
TÉMA
SZÖVEGKOMPETENCIA:
MŰFAJKERET ,RETORIKA
NYELVI ÉS FORMULA
KOMPETENCIA
SZOCIOKULTURÁLIS
KOPETENCIA
INTERARAKTÍV
KOMPETENCIA
TEVÉKENYSÉGEK
SZEMLÉLTETÉS
STRATÉGIAI KOMPETENCIA 2:
TANULÁS
ELŐADÁS
Key features
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Aims
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Explicit
Implicit
Speech acts
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Informative
Organisational
Territorial
Cooperative
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Why learn presentation skills?