Presentation Skills EAP Worksheets and Activities

4-3-2 Presentation Fluency

EAP Presentation Fluency Activity- Reading, Writing, and Speaking Activity - Intermediate (B1) - 30 minutes

In this free presentation fluency practice activity, students give short presentations using the 4-3-2 method in order to help improve fluency. First, students read a brief introduction to the 4-3-2 method and select a presentation topic. Next, students have two minutes to prepare an outline for a two to three-minute presentation. The outline should include the main idea and a list of supporting ideas with additional examples and explanations. Students then give the same short presentation three times, presenting to a different partner each time. For the first presentation, they have 4 minutes to talk, for the second, they have 3 minutes, and for the third, 2 minutes. The idea behind this activity is that it gives students multiple practices so that after each presentation, they should be speaking with increased fluency, making corrections and avoiding mistakes in each subsequent practice. The activity also ensures that every student gets valuable speaking time during the lesson.
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Presentation Language

EAP Presentation Language Worksheet - Writing, Listening and Speaking Activity - Intermediate (B1) - 40 minutes

In this presentation language worksheet, students learn functional phrases for giving presentations and deliver a short presentation to practice using the phrases. To start, students rearrange words to reveal functional presentation phrases. Working with a partner, students then add an additional phrase for each function. Next, students choose a topic and plan a two to three-minute presentation to give to their partner using the language from the worksheet to link all the parts of their presentation together. Students then prepare an outline for their talk following the instructions shown. When the students are ready, they give their presentation to their partner who listens and completes a checklist regarding the student's presentation language and structure. Finally, students provide feedback to their partner on their presentation.
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Present with Style

Academic Style for Presentations Worksheet - Reading, Writing and Speaking Activity - Intermediate (B1) - 45 minutes

In this presentation skills worksheet, students are introduced to academic style requirements for giving an academic presentation. To begin, students match informal words and phrases to their formal equivalents. Next, students read a text and replace cliched phrases in bold with more appropriate words and phrases. After that, students read through a list of academic style rules and indicate whether they apply to academic writing, academic presentations, or both. Following this, students rank four sentences in terms of their level of formality. The students continue by reading the answers and accompanying explanations of the rankings. In the final exercise, students review a short introduction to a presentation and rewrite it so that it follows the academic style conventions covered in the worksheet. When the students have completed their revised introductions, they take turns reading them to a partner and compare their changes.
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