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授業情報

開講年度 2013年度 開講箇所 大学院基幹理工学研究科
科目名
Advanced Technical Presentation 木2アントニ

担当教員 アントニ ローレンス
学期曜日時限 春学期  木2時限
科目区分   配当年次 1年以上 単位数 1
使用教室 63号館3階端末室Dルーム キャンパス 西早稲田(旧大久保)
科目キー 5101001044 科目クラスコード 02
授業で使用する言語 英語
  コース・コード ZZZZZZZZ
大分野名称 指定なし
中分野名称 指定なし
小分野名称 指定なし
レベル 指定なし 授業形態 指定なし

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最終更新日時:2013/04/08 15:04:09

授業概要 In this course, students will develop the oral presentation skills needed to present scientific and technical research findings in their specialist field. The course will be divided into two parts.

In Part One of the course, students will develop the basic strategies they need for preparing and giving an effective presentation in science and engineering. First, they will learn about the importance of presentations and the problems associated with them. Next,they will learn how to design a presentation by considering issues of audience,purpose, organization, flow, and style. Then, students will learn about popular delivery strategies and slide design techniques. They will conclude the section by studying ways to improve their delivery speed, stress, intonation, and pronunciation. At the end of Part One, students are expected to design and give a short five to ten minute oral presentation related to their research interests.

In Part Two of the course, students will focus on the language needed during each part of the presentation (opening, outline,background, materials/methods, results, discussion, summary, and Q&A). By analyzing the language used in a model presentation given at a real-world engineering conference, students will learn many of the common features of presentation language and develop confidence to deliver their own presentations in English.Students will also practice the target language through a series of short pair and group activities, and work toward a final presentation related to their research interests. At the end of Part Two, students are expected to design and give a five to fifteen minute presentation related to their research interests.Unlike the first presentation, this will be more detailed and will accurately reflect the type of presentation students will need to give at an academic conference.
授業の到達目標 Understand the importance of presentations and their inherent problems.
Identify the audience, purpose, organization, flow, style, and delivery of presentations.
Use natural-sounding linking phrases and expressions when navigating and explaining presentation content.
Cite and reference presentation resources and data.
Use popular presentation software packages.
Design clear and attractive slides.
Deliver a presentation from notes with comprehensible pronunciation.
Control nerves and deliver a presentation with confidence and authority.
Understand how to deal with questions from the audience.
授業計画 Week 1
 (1) General Introduction: Aims of course. Evaluation procedure.
 (2) Overview of Oral Presentations: Importance of oral presentations. Types of oral presentations. Differences between Japanese and English presentations.
 (3) Introductory-Presentation: Experiencing the problems of talking in front of people
 (4) Introductory-Presentation: Understanding body language
Week 2 Considerations when preparing an oral presentation - audience, purpose, organization (1)
Week 3 Considerations when preparing an oral presentation - organization (2), flow, style
Week 4 Presentation Delivery
 (1) Presentation delivery approaches
 (2) Importance of visual aids and problems with using slides
 (3) Designing effective slides (PowerPoint tutorial)
 (4) Speed, stress, intonation, and pronunciation
Week 5
 (1) Overview of Presentation One - Topic of general interest
 (2) General design and format for Presentation One.
 (3) Guidelines for preparing presentations and completing evaluation reports.
Week 6 Presentation One (session 1) - Topic of general interest in science and engineering
 (5-10 minute presentation + 2 minute question/answer session)
Week 7 Presentation One (session 2) - Topic of general interest in science and engineering
 (5-10 minute presentation + 2 minute question/answer session)
Week 8 Presentation One discussion and feedback
Week 9  Language of presentations (1)
 Explaining the title, outline, and summary
Week 10 Language of presentations (2)
 Explaining the background, problem, materials, methods, and processes
Week 11 Language of presentations (3)
 Explaining and discussing data in the form of figures and tables
Week 12 Language of presentations (4)
 Understanding and answering questions from the audience
Week 13
 (1) Overview of Presentation Two - Topic from specialist field of study
 (2) General design and format for Presentation Two.
 (3) Guidelines for preparing presentations and completing evaluation reports.
 (4) Group Work
Week 14 Presentation Two (session 1) - Topic from specialist field of study
 (5-15 minute presentation + 2 minute question/answer session)
Week 15 Presentation Two (session 2) - Topic from specialist field of study
 (5-15 minute presentation + 2 minute question/answer session)

1. Students are required to work individually or in groups, and give a series presentations of increasing sophistication in English over the course. Students are also required to evaluate and submit reports on the presentations of other students in the class. Therefore, attendance and participation are an integral part of the course.

2. A basic tutorial on the use of presentation software (Microsoft PowerPoint) will be given, although prior knowledge of such software is useful.


教科書 Anthony, L. (2010) Presenting Research in Science and Engineering (2nd Edition).
DTP Publishing, Tokyo, Japan.
成績評価方法 See the attached file for syllabus details and grading criteria
備考・関連URL 履修上の注意:
1. Students are required to work individually or in groups, and give a series presentations of increasing sophistication in English during the span of the course. Students are also required to evaluate and submit reports on the presentations of other students in the class. Therefore, attendance and participation are an integral part of the course.
2. A basic tutorial on the use of presentation software (Microsoft PowerPoint) will be given, although prior knowledge of such software is desired.

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