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Public Speaking Skills and Pronunciation Skills for native and ESL English

Public Speaking Skills and Pronunciation Skills for native and ESL English
Public Speaking Skills and Pronunciation Skills for native and ESL English
Public Speaking Skills and Pronunciation Skills for native and ESL English
Public Speaking Skills and Pronunciation Skills for native and ESL English
Public Speaking Skills and Pronunciation Skills for native and ESL English
Public Speaking Skills and Pronunciation Skills for native and ESL English
Product Description
This document includes lessons, activities, games, worksheets, and resources to teach Speaking and Presentation Skills to students with an English as a First Language (EFL) or English as a Second Language (ESL) background. It has been used with a high school-to-university ESL bridging program and has activities suitable for students around Grade 6 to adult.

Last Updated: August 2016

Presentation skills covered include:
- great beginnings
- solid endings
- reading audience's body language
- keeping audience's attention
- being an encouraging audience member
- stance and posture
- fidgets
- seminars and seminar formats
- the power of questioning and interactive talks
- when technology fails


Pronunciation and speaking skills included:
- l, r, v, f, th (voiced and unvoiced)
- consonant-consonant linking
- consonant-vowel and vowel-vowel linking


TED Talks activities and presentations include:
* TED and YouTube have subtitle options. The TED website also offers transcripts of the presentations.
- Carmine Gallo's Forbes article "9 Public Speaking Lessons from the World's Greatest TED Talks"
- Richard Turere ("My invention that made peace with lions")
- Nancy Duarte ("The Secret Structure of Great Talks")
- Amy Cuddy ("Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are")
- Tom Wujec ("Build a Tower, Build a Team")
- Julien Treasure ("How to speak so that people want to listen")
- David Phillips ("How to avoid death by PowerPoint")
- Michael Sandel ("The Lost Art of Democratic Debate") *under construction


Other activities included:
- co-creating success criteria
- Toastmasters'-style improvisational speeches
- peer feedback rubric
- self assessment rubric
- evaluation rubric
- peer assessment effectiveness checklist/evaluation
- exit cards


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Total Pages
77 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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