Why a course in Spoken English – Student Presentation : Cycle I : Who I am – Feed Back on Presentation – Aspects of Theatre in Formal Presentation : Grooming, Body Language, Eye Contact, Voice Modulation – Linguistic Aspects of Mishearing – A Good Tempo of Speech in English – Announce Topic for Presentation : Cycle II : A Civic Problem in My Place – Research and Organization of Presentation I : Sources of Information – Research and Organization of Presentation II : Tables, Charts, Graphs – Making Power Point Slides and Other Presentation Aid – Criteria for (Self) Evaluation of Presentation – Student Presentation : Cycle II : A Civic problem in My Place – Feedback – Announce Topic for Cycle III : A Managerial Solution – Grammar of Phrasal Pause in English
Rhythm in Spoken English : All I want is a room somewhere/ Far away – Rhythm in Spoken English II – Phrasal Pause in Spoken English – Phrasal Pause in Spoken English II : Numbers, Units of Weight, Height – Listening to Units of Time, Weight, Distance, Etc.: Take a Break – Word Stress in English : Unique Features – Stress in Simple English Words – Stress in Derived Words in English Student Presentation
Feedback on Presentation – Announce Topic for Cycle IV : Improving a Product/a Project – Listening to a Technical Conversation : Bid for Power – Preparing for and Presenting a Flow Chart, Diagram, Drawing, Etc. – Some Difficult Sounds in English – Student Presentation – Conclusion of the Course
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