Giving Academic Presentations (Michigan Series in English for Academic & Professional Purposes)

Giving Academic Presentations (Michigan Series in English for Academic & Professional Purposes)

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Written primarily for advanced nonnative speakers of English who are attending or will attend a university-level academic program in English and who are expected, as part of their studies, to make presentations.

Table of Contents

Introduction                                       xi
The Michigan Corpus of Academic Spoken
English (MICASE)
Notes to the Instructor
Giving an Introduction Speech 1 (24)
Sizing Up Your Audience
Clarifying Your Purpose
Organizing Your Speech
A First Look at Linking Words: Time
Organization Indicator Statements
Beginning Your Speech
Concluding Your Speech
Nonverbal Behavior
Supplementary Materials
Pronunciation: Pausing
Introducing Colleagues at Conferences and
Describing an Object 25 (34)
Pointing with Words
Nonverbal Behavior: Pointing with Your Hands
Describing an Object
Statements of Purpose
Organization Indicator Statements
Making Visual Aids
Checking for Understanding
Supplementary Materials
Pronunciation: Stress
Giving a Tour
Planning Your Tour
Explaining a Process or Procedure 59 (29)
Introductions to Process Speeches
Organizing the Process: Linking Words
Explaining the Process: Tense, Voice, the
Using Modals in Process Speeches
Checking for Understanding
Asking for Questions
Supplementary Materials
Pronunciation: Intonation
Giving an Instructions Speech
Examples of Cleft Sentences Using What
Defining a Concept 88 (31)
Developing or Extending a Definition
Opening a Definition Speech
Formal Definitions
Defining Additional Terms
Using Transparencies with Outlines
Let me (lemme)
Interrupting the Speaker
Supplementary Materials
Pronunciation: Intonation and Noun Phrases
Improving Hand Gestures
Giving a Problem-Solution Speech 119(33)
Strategies to Signal Problems or
Strategies to Signal a Solution
Speaking to Persuade: Providing Evidence
Revealing Disadvantages to Your Solution
Hedging: Qualifying Your Claims
Concluding Your Speech
Providing an Overview or Outline Summary
Making a Transparency to Accompany an
Ways to Critique a Solution
Supplementary Materials
Pronunciation: Unstressed Words,
Unstressed Syllables
Additional Work with Problem-Solution
Full Script of ``Are Curfews a Solution
to Juvenile Crime?''
Putting It All Together 152
Taking a Position
Comparison and Contrast
Supplementary Materials