Deliver academic presentations with confidence
The Collins Academic Skills Series - winner of the ELTon 2014 Innovation in Learner Resources Award.
Collins Academic Skills Series: Presenting gives you the skills you need to plan, prepare and deliver successful presentations at college or university.
Learn how to
• feel confident and relaxed when presenting in seminars or tutorials
• prepare concise and effective notes
• keep your audience interested
• anticipate problems
Collins Academic Skills Series: Presenting will help you to make the most of your time at university.
• Clear information and practice exercises, with chapters on seminars, tutorials and poster presentations
• Audio CD with model language and effective presentation techniques
• Information on academic expectations understand the requirements of studying at university
• Helpful tips and summaries
• Answer key and glossary
Presenting is part of a new six-book series to help international students achieve academic success at college or university. It is designed to support students who are studying, or preparing to study, at an English-speaking institution.
Suitable for students whose level of English is Upper Intermediate / CEF level B2 / IELTS 5.5 and higher.
Other titles in the Collins Academic Skills Series: series
Group Work • Lectures • Numbers • Research • Writing
‘Overall, this book covers virtually all the essentials of
giving presentations and it is a ‘must have’ companion for
undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as tutors who teach presentation skills.’ (Journal of the IATEFL English for Specific Purposes Special Interest Group, Issue 44)
'This is not just another book about how to deliver a presentation! This book provides a comprehensive yet simplistic overview of pragmatic considerations within an academic context.' Debbie Mann, Coordinator of In-sessional Courses, INTO Newcastle (full review published by BEBC Review Panel http://www.bebc.co.uk/bookreviewpresent)
‘The book provides an excellent bridge from General English to EAP by keeping to a format familiar to EFL students. It’s easy to use and extremely thorough in its approach. Students can pick and choose not only which units to study but also select sub-sections within each, making it extremely practical. (…) The material is ideal for a Student Access Centre or for self-study. It would also provide teachers with an excellent framework for planning a series of lessons – a quick look at the contents page is a fool proof guide to teaching presentations.’ Sharon Chalmers, Director of Studies, Live Language, Glasgow (full review published by BEBC Review Panel http://www.bebc.co.uk/bookreviewpresent)
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