課程資訊
課程名稱
學術英文口頭報告
English Presentations for Academic Purposes 
開課學期
108-1 
授課對象
寫作教學中心  
授課教師
劉美德 
課號
Write7011 
課程識別碼
Q01 M0340 
班次
03 
學分
3.0 
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期四2,3,4(9:10~12:10) 
上課地點
共405 
備註
本課程以英語授課。
限碩士班以上
總人數上限:22人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1081Write7011_03 
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課程概述

This course is designed for graduate students who seek training and/or improvement in their English-language presentation skills for academic purposes. While one end goal is to prepare students for oral presentations for conferences and professional events, the course content is designed to widen the possibilities for exploring presentations using storytelling and other creative and experiential elements, to appeal to general and specific audiences.

Prerequisites:
1) Lectures and materials are presented in English. You will need to have a confident level of English to successfully participate in this course. Learner-centered discussions, however, can be conducted in any language.
2) This course is not open to undergraduates or auditors.
3) Registration by CEIBA does not guarantee you a place in this class.

Enrollment will be determined by an interview and the ability to clearly summarize your needs and objectives on the first course day. 

課程目標
By the end of the course, you should be able to:

1) Know how to conceive and design an academic presentation for general and expert audiences based on your own research.
2) Identify and select effective features of academic and other kinds of presentations, and apply these to your presentations.
3) Present more confidently and persuasively in English by choosing appropriate presentation structures and voice techniques.
4) Know how to analyze and manage your audience to ensure maximum value of your presentation content. 
課程要求
There are two main individual presentation assignments for this course:

THREE-MINUTE THESIS (3MT): Simulating the format of the international presentation competitions, you will be asked to design and present a three-minute presentation of your research designed for well-educated but general audiences. This presentation, although short, must be thorough and cover all the essential aspects of your research.

FINAL PRESENTATION: For the final presentation, you will be asked to design and deliver a 10-minute conference- or seminar-style presentation. This presentation should be designed for your expert audiences, and so might be more technical or complex than the 3MT.

ADDITIONAL GROUP PRESENTATION ASSIGNMENTS: In-class participation and additional class assignments will significantly count towards the final grade. 
Office Hours
 
參考書目
待補 
指定閱讀
TBA in class. 
評量方式
(僅供參考)
   
課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
9/12  Enrollment Day Course Orientation and Diagnostic Test 
第2週
9/19  Ethos, Logos, Pathos Presenting“5 Things About Me” 
第3週
9/26  Create a Sparkline Group Projects In-Class Work Preparing Your 3MT 
第4週
10/03  Present Heroes Journey Group Presentations Using Analogies and Metaphors Regulating and Emphasizing Speech Homework - 1.Complete "Create Your Own 3MT Template" and Upload to CEIBA 2. Read Voice Handout and complete exercises. Choose 15 specialized words most used in your research to look up and practice pronuncation 3. Prepare for rehearsal 3MT to be videotaped next class for feedback. 
第5週
10/10  National holiday 
第6週
10/17  **3MT Presentations We will post these to the Facebook Group! * Write comments this week and next week on your classmates' video presentations posted on Facebook for Participation Points counted towards your final grade :) Due before:11/7 Homework: Write out your Doumont Introductions and post to CEIBA 
第7週
10/24  ** 3MT Presentations (for students who did not go last week) * If you wish this to be videotaped, please arrange for someone in your peer group to record your video and send to Serena to upload * Think about how to use the 3MT as the introduction to your Final Presentation Homework: 1. Complete the Doumont Structure Introduction Worksheet and upload to CEIBA by 11/7 2. Complete Presentation Planning Handout for yourself (not collected) 3. Prepare your PPT slides to show in groups to peers next class 
第8週
10/31  No Class 
第9週
11/07  Doumont Introductions Due (Uploaded to CEIBA} Presenting Visual Data -- Workshop PPTs for peer review Introductions 
第10週
11/14  Presenting Verbal Data The Body - Using Sparklines in longer presentations STAR Moments HW: Complete any exercises in Verbal Data Booklet 
第11週
11/21  Guest Substitute Instructor will talk about: Storyboard outlining methods, Signposting the Conclusions and Q&A In class, you will present your INTRO, Methodology and Results to your peer groups for feedback. By now you should be done with your PPT slides and you should be writing the text for your verbal descriptions of data on the PPT Slides, using the 4 kinds of statements we talked about in class (Summary, Highlighting, Commentary and Qualifying) . HW: Write out three difficult questions you may be asked during Q&A and prepare answers. - These may contain additional slides or handouts. - Consider using props, realia or a S.T.A.R. moment in your presentaton - Finish reading the Verbal Data Task Booklet and do the exercises in the booklet, with particularly attention to: pp. 2-3 (Methodology) p. 5-6 (highlighting statements about changes/movement) p. 7 & p. 23 (highlighting statements about trends) p. 9 ((Qualifying comparisons) p. 17-18 (Interpreting Results Using Language of Hedging) 
第12週
11/28  Mapping and Signposting the Body using Story Shapes for Methodologies/Results Doumont Conclusions Speech Notes Models Homework: 1. Sign up for optional 1:1 consultations in the next classes (first come first serve) 2. Begin to plan your Speech notes 3. Make sure your Doumont Body and Conclusions and a draft of your Speech Notes are uploaded to CEIBA before any Consultations 
第13週
12/05  Crafting Speech Notes Peer Group Work 1:1 Consultations Homework: 1. Upload Your Speech Notes to CEIBA. Due date: before next class 2. Final Presentation order assigned with Introduction of peers 
第14週
12/12  Peer Group 1:1 Consultations on your SPEECHNOTES! 
第15週
12/19  Final Presentations-Group 1* 
第16週
12/26  Final Presentations-Group 2* 
第17週
1/02  Final Presentations-Group 3* 
第18週
1/09   Final Presentations-Group 4*