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    IC Fall 2009 Jessie My-Lien Ho

    Ca Daily 1 Cb Daily 1

    Ca Mid-term Cb Mid-term

    Ca Daily 2 Cb Daily 2

    Ca Final Cb Final

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    In this presentation, we will be discussing English rhetoric in professional writing. English for Presentations

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/2175781/English-for-Presentations

All presentations have a common objective. People give presentations because they want to

    communicate in order to:

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    A successful presentation is one of the most effective ways of communicating your message. And

    because English is so widely used in international business, a working knowledge of the vocabulary

    and techniques used in an English language presentation is a valuable asset.

    http://www.englishclub.com/speaking/presentations-prep3.htm preparation

    http://www.englishclub.com/speaking/presentations-eqmt.htm equipments

    http://www.englishclub.com/speaking/presentations-dvry.htm delivery

    ***http://www.englishclub.com/speaking/presentations-lang.htm language: simplicity and

    clarity

    ***http://www.englishclub.com/speaking/presentations-pres.htm Structure of presentation

    http://www.englishclub.com/speaking/presentations-revw.htm Review

    Can you name the 3 most important things when giving any presentation?

    1. Toyota sold two million cars last year. (simple)

    2. Two million cars were sold by Toyota last year.

Signposting

    tell your audience what the structure of your presentation will be. You might say something like

    this:

    "I'll start by describing the current position in Europe. Then I'll move on to some of the

    achievements we've made in Asia. After that I'll consider the opportunities we see for further

    expansion in Africa. Lastly, I'll quickly recap before concluding with some recommendations."

    When you finish Europe and want to start Asia, you might say:

    "That's all I have to say about Europe. Let's turn now to Asia."

    When you have finished Africa and want to sum up, you might say:

    "Well, we've looked at the three continents Europe, Asia and Africa. I'd like to sum up now."

    ? I'd like to start by... Introducing the subject

    ? Let's begin by...

    ? First of all, I'll...

    ? Starting with...

    ? I'll begin by...

    Finishing one subject... ? Well, I've told you about...

    ? That's all I have to say about...

    ? We've looked at...

    ? So much for...

    ...and starting another ? Now we'll move on to...

    ? Let me turn now to...

    ? Next...

    ? Turning to...

    ? I'd like now to discuss...

    ? Let's look now at...

    ? Where does that lead us? Analysing a point and giving

    ? Let's consider this in more detail... recommendations

    ? What does this mean for ABC?

    ? Translated into real terms...

    Giving an example ? For example,...

    ? A good example of this is...

    ? As an illustration,...

    ? To give you an example,...

    ? To illustrate this point...

    Dealing with questions ? We'll be examining this point in more detail later on...

    ? I'd like to deal with this question later, if I may...

    ? I'll come back to this question later in my talk...

    ? Perhaps you'd like to raise this point at the end...

    ? I won't comment on this now... Summarising and concluding ? In conclusion,...

    ? Right, let's sum up, shall we?

    ? I'd like now to recap...

    ? Let's summarise briefly what we've looked at...

    ? Finally, let me remind you of some of the issues we've

    covered...

    ? If I can just sum up the main points...

    Ordering ? Firstly...secondly...thirdly...lastly...

    ? First of all...then...next...after that...finally...

    ? To start with...later...to finish up... The Poetry Foundation Light by C.K.Williams Listen to the poem Light, Read this poem Light by C.K.Williams

    Head Wrapped in Flowers By Thylias Moss

    Online Journal: Video A Very Valentine BY GERTRUDE STEIN Animated poem read by the poet.

    MariposaBY FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA Animated poem read by Andy Garcia

Butterfly of the air,

    how beautiful you are,

    butterfly of the air

    gilded and green.

Light of the lamp,

    butterfly of the air,

    stay there, there, there!...

    You dont want to stop,

    to stop you dont want.

Butterfly of the air,

    gilded and green,

    Light of the lamp,

    butterfly of the air,

    stay there, there, there!...

    Stay there!

    Butterfly, are you there?

Song by V. Monera

    Read the Poem Butterfly

    Poetic Symbiosis: Hart Crane and Federico García Lorca New American Streamline: Destinations, Bernard Hartley & Peter Viney, Revised

    by Irene Frankel. Oxford University Press, 1996.

    The American century: consensus and coercion in the projection of American

    power 作者:David Slater,Peter James Taylor

    The USA as America is the Teflon World Power, bad things do not stick to it.

    This book brings together Americanization and American imperialism to assess how far the twentieth

    century can be seen as the American Century.

    Topics for Ca Daily Presentation 1

    Group 2 Arrivals B There are only two members in this group. Although they have prepared

    much about etiquettes of greeting upon arrivals, it is not enough. More drills on the dialogues

    between business people, friends, relatives, passengers and clerk, and strangers as well as

    announcements and describing sequence through the passport control, the custom, luggage,

    the exit are to be learned. Also, Lily needs someone to listen to her reading and correct her

    pronunciation.

    Describing a sequence First First of all Next Then After you have done this do that Finally

    _1_ As soon as you leave the plane, follow the signs to Passport Control for immigration.

    _2_ At Passport Control there are two routes, one for citizens and the other for non-citizens

    for aliens. The immigration officer will check your passport and may ask you questions. In

    some countries, they put a stamp in your passport.

_3_ After you have been through the passport control, Follow The Signs to the Baggage Hall.

    _4_ In the Baggage Hall there may be several carousels. There will be TV monitors which

    show you the right carousel for your luggage, e.g. AC 862 Toronto -4.

    _5_ Collect your luggage and look for the sign to Customs. The signs are red for Goods to

    Declare and green for Nothing to Declare. Blue sign is for travelers from other European

    Union.

    _6_ After Customs look for the EXIT. If someone is meeting you they will be waiting at the

    Meeting Point. You will see signs for taxis, buses, or trains that will take you to your

    destination.

    Group 6 Getting a Job A-- -- sufficient and effective--Within such a short time with PPT pictures

    and vivid outlines this group focuses on

    ways on getting for a job (newspapers, friends, Internet, 104/111 Human resources, summit

    personal data to companies )

    Dress codes What to were and what not to wear

    The interview, Before the interview, Dos and Donts at the interview

Question: How to prepare and do the interview to get a good result

    Prepare a resume now to show your background, education and experience, special techniques with

    computer, excellent in speaking, writing, and second foreign languages, an honor student, volunteer

    service, etc.

    Comments: Some sample resumes, cover letter, i-resume, to show to the audience could be

    encouraging for the audience to try to prepare their own resumes and to find out what life

    experiences they need to keep a good record. More discussion can be about some ideal future jobs

    and the ways to get them.

    Getting a Job Job hunting, job vacancy, prepare for an interview, write a cover letter

    http://www.jobwerx.com/resources/ResumeHelp.html

    http://www.rockportinstitute.com/resumes.html http://www.eresumes.com/

    Resumes

    http://www.how-to-write-a-resume.org/ http://www.how-to-write-a-resume.org/resume_writing_examples.htm

    Resume Writing Examples

    Group 4 Marriage Counseling ACurt and his group did a very good example using this topic. They did not use ppt this time, but they wrote the key issues and given proper directions for

    class discussion. Cultural, educational backgrounds are considered as important as attitudes

towards money, life style, and value. Communication, rational attitude and care are the best

    ways to improve relations in marriage.

    Counseling is important in marriage and education. Do not try to give advice to a friend who

    suffers mentally and emotionally. Recommend them to the counseling center for further

    counseling sessions. We are no professional regarding counseling. Sometimes we might ruin

    their relation no matter how hard we have tried.

    Group 1 Earth Day A Group 1 did a very good job of bringing up a video for opening, followed

    by Graces clear summary of the interview which carried out the main interests of main problems that concern mother earth. Then, the outline is clear and high-lighted by awesome

    pictures. Terms were introduced.

    More interaction can be arranged and global warming issues can be stressed too.

    Group 5 Call-In. Youre on the Air. B+ Group 5 arranged a performance to demonstrate the

    good and bad ways of language used when call-in to talk about issues or problems. They can

    be more focus on the way people deal with problems. In the unit, one complained about roads

    under construction. He found that in his neighborhood there isnt an alternative route for him

    to drive because all are under repaired, Another person complained the fire chief being

    moved away. Still another complained about the sanitation trucks coming at mid-night. It is

    annoying when people are sleeping.

    Are there required courses needed for seniors in our department? If yes, what would it be?

    Group 3 Making a Complaint

    Top

    Topics for Cb Daily Presentation 1 Group 1 Arrivals A-- This group under the leading of Sephiroth provided drills based on the

    text dialogues. Their demo of drills involved simple and complicated dialogues. Dialogue drills

    are complicated because in a role play one has to change to meet the part he or she plays.

    Greeting someone, a guide, who comes for reception, involving in conversation that may take

    place in the railway station or at the airport, going through the custom upon arrival.

    Describing a sequence

    First First of all Next Then After you have done this do that Finally

    _1_ As soon as you leave the plane, follow the signs to Passport Control for immigration.

    _2_ At Passport Control there are two routes, one for citizens and the other for non-citizens

for aliens. The immigration officer will check your passport and may ask you questions. In

    some countries, they put a stamp in your passport.

    _3_ After you have been through the passport control, Follow The Signs to the Baggage Hall.

    _4_ In the Baggage Hall there may be several carousels. There will be TV monitors which

    show you the right carousel for your luggage, e.g. AC 862 Toronto -4.

    _5_ Collect your luggage and look for the sign to Customs. The signs are red for Goods to

    Declare and green for Nothing to Declare. Blue sign is for travelers from other European

    Union.

    _6_ After Customs look for the EXIT. If someone is meeting you they will be waiting at the

    Meeting Point. You will see signs for taxis, buses, or trains that will take you to your

    destination.

    Group 5 Getting a Job A-- Jeff and Jason and their group worked out a very suitable ppt map

    with impressive visual aids. Their introduction clearly focused on the human power resources

    from Internet and newspapers. They also provided a resumé sample. Only that they did not

    mention the cover letter. They did not ask for sharing and interaction. It could be better if all

    the members speak up in turns.

    Getting a Job Job hunting, job vacancy, prepare for an interview, write a cover letter

    http://www.jobwerx.com/resources/ResumeHelp.html

    http://www.rockportinstitute.com/resumes.html http://www.eresumes.com/

    Resumes

    http://www.how-to-write-a-resume.org/ http://www.how-to-write-a-resume.org/resume_writing_examples.htm

    Resume Writing Examples

    Group 3 Marriage Counseling AA variety of demo with videos and examples from our society to bring about the topic. The details about the reasons that the couple argues about

    could be mentioned to the audience. Is it better that the couple goes to counseling together

    but in different session? If they go in one by one alone, they can be honest with the counselor.

    Try to say I Love You everyday is boring but interesting to young couple. Husband should

    take care of the financial part is true if the other stays at home. What is in a marriage promise?

    How long does love last? 3 or 4 years. Then how can a couple keep hold on to a marriage that

    lasts the rest of life? Would you like to go to a counselor if you need one? How is your parents

    marriage? Are they model couples? What tradition do they usually do?

    Group 4 Inside Story B++Clear about the story and performance, but relatively short.

Someone reads the news. A general account of the kidnapping should be given as a

    summary that gives the main trait. Billy Simpson was lucky to play and the kidnappers hurt

    themselves. Finally they gave up the kidnapped by turning him to the police. How do people

    usually do in our society when kidnap happens? Do they turn to the policeman for help? Or

    they would rather help themselves because they might be threatened if they turn to the police,

    the victim would be killed. How to protect the young from being kidnapped?

    Do you like to read story about this? Social column is full of tragedy of this kind. What can we

    or the government do about it?

    Group 6 Earth Day B++ The showing of a video program about animals collecting food for the

    winter failed because the notebook in class does not support the format the student used. We

    learned to see the video voiceless and the presenters gave the overall of the story to class.

    They presented each problem by performance and we learned to pay attention to the key

    problems the presenters brought up for discussion.

    Group 2 Call-In. Youre on the air. AThis group did the call-in in class, but they did not

    discuss with class as a whole. The problems about constructions on different routes at the

    same time, fire chief being close down, sanitation trucks come in at midnight. I then asked

    more questions further. Whether it is good to work for the government, questions for school,

    being an anchor, how school can be improved, etc. are given to know more of students

     reactions.

    Top

    The Wall Street Journal Wall Street Journal Online MSNBC.com Video News 影音財經新聞

    News English Online

    Steve Jobs to 2005 graduates: 'Stay hungry, stay foolish' Click here. 他在Standford University

    Commencement Address有聽了嗎? Heard on Campus可收聽; Text of Commencement Address: 'You've got to find what you love' Job says.可看文。

    Impromptu Speech 2005 ~2006 英文系一年級即席演講題目 教育部全國大專英語演講比賽實況 比賽花絮 95

    Topics for Ca Mid-term Presentation at T. 242

    10/29

    Group 4 World Fairs A ~Curt begins with his charismatic opening and introduction to hook everybodys attention.

    We learn from this session what were the World Fairs and where were they held as to what were the main thematic

    pavilion of each fair. This is a wise topic for people to know what each period of time humans are working on in the

    world. It serves as a media that connects those in the past, the present and the future together for future

generations to know about us and the world. The terms of the thematic world fair are worthy of notice because we

    may trace the significance of each term and see how the other nations worked in support of the Expo.

    Do you see any possibility that Taiwan may host a world fair? (Curt: yes. We have Kaohsiung and Taipei where the

    world athletic games and deaflympic games were held. Its possible we may be able to hold one in the future.)

    What merchandise do you think we may have to sell like Hai Bo in World Fair?

    What are some significant impacts on world economics and cultures from world fairs? st World Fairs? If you represent Taiwan, what do you want to exhibit in the 21

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expo_(exhibition) Expo

    various large public exhibitions held since the mid-19th century. They are the third largest event in

    the world in terms of economic and cultural impact after the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic

    Games.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_world's_fairs

    List of world's fairs

    http://www.expomuseum.com/ ExpoMuseum

    The largest "nation branding" competition in the world is slated to take place in China's financial

    hub beginning next May.

    Competition is stiff, with host China an early favourite and the U.S., surprisingly, not. Countries

    such as Spain, the Netherlands, Denmark and even Canada are expected to be very much in

    contention.

    The competition is known as Expo 2010, but don't let the name fool you.

    World Expositions have changed a lot since that magical summer in Montreal 42 years ago.

    They have morphed away from the grand themes and beyond the architectural competition between

    Buckminster Fuller's Geodesic Dome and Moshe Safdie's Habitat '67.

    Which country serves the best food and puts on the best show is still of concern, but mostly

    because it creates a buzz and that, in turn, might spark an interest among visitors that eventually

    may translate into business deals, investment and tourist dollars.

    When a reporter asked Christer Stenmark, chief architect of the Swedish pavilion, how he would

    judge Sweden's success in Shanghai, he said bluntly: "Our goal is not to have the most visitors, but

    to have the right visitors."

    The $45-million Canada pavilion was designed by Montreal's Cirque du soleil.

    Group 3 Cirque du Soleil 太陽劇團 AGood pictures, no course title, no reference. The group thought that Cirque

    du Soleil is the most interesting Circus in the world.

Are they successful all the time? Can we see it now? Where?

    How do they recruit the performers? How are the performers trained with all those acrobatic featsflying, rolling,

    performing with rings so daring and exaggerating? Who created music?

    Do you like to see circus? Why?

    Do you think a circus troupe can make money? If you were the manager, would you want to invest with the money

    or save it for the future?

    Do you dare to try swallowing fire? A few parents charged on a cram school for training students to build up

    confidence by forcing children to swallow fire. Do you see any precautions being taken? For instance, explaining to

    both children and their parents what they are doing, how to do as not to hurt but build up confidence and what

    steps do they do to prevent and guarantee not to harm the body at all. Then let them choose to do or not to do it.

    There are always tears behind the smile.

Why do you want to introduce this circus? Compare with other cultural activities what significant meaning regarding

    human life can we see in circus?

    What circus do we have in Taiwan?

    Delirium (Arena show): it was a multimedia/theatrical production that features remixes of existing

    Cirque music and reinterpretations of performances. This show was choreographed by So You

    Think You Can Dance's Mia Michaels. DELIRIUM depicts the quest for balance in a world that is increasingly out of sync with reality.

    The arena production centers around a character named Bill, an ordinary man who lives inside a

    bubble, a recluse in a society where even ” and where television and

    computers have become ubiquitous (present everywhere at the same time) devices that isolate us

    from one another. Everything in Bill’s urban life further draws him into an imaginary, virtual

    world. On his journey he meets myriad characters that bring him little by little on the cusp (pointed

    end where two curves meet) of growth and change. He eventually learns to ground his energy into

    the real world. At the end of his voyage, Bill contaminates the people of his planet and enlists them

    in his quest for balance. The subtext of DELIRIUM is the notion that in life, we must join together

    to escape our solitary cocoons in order to survive.

    Alegría: the show's main theme is about the abuse of power and the subsequent struggle for

    freedom.

    http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/world/zt/tw/about/intro.asp Guy Laliberte

    http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/world/zt/tw/about/history.asp History

    http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/world/zt/tw/intro/intro.asp http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/zaia/zt/intro/intro.asp Official Site

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