Academic Presentations 1 University of Tsukuba
In this practical course students will develop skills to help them make English academic presentations with clarity and confidence. Students will learn about and make three types of presentations: (1) Academic Introductions; (2) Describing and Comparing Objects; and (3) Explaining a Process. In class, students will analyse and discuss sample presentations and learn useful techniques and language. There will be a strong focus on developing clear diction – e.g. pronunciation, word stress, sentence stress and pausing. There will be plenty of opportunities for students to practice presentation skills and to evaluate their own and other’s work.
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Online Course Requirement
Exchange students on SIE programs only * Class size is limited to 18 students. This class is the same contents as 0AL0004.
Lecture is conducted in English.
* To enroll, please sign up on TWINS and come to the first class. During the first two weeks, priority will be given to students from Systems and Information Engineering. During this time, students from other graduate schools can register and attend. However, this does not guarantee enrollment. After week 2, if there is space, students from other graduate schools can enroll.
Site for Inquiry
Link to the syllabus provided by the university