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Introduction The writer- instructor asked individual students in two classes- one on one college campus, the other on a different college campus, to present an assignment to the entire class.
Presentations were made prior to submitting the assignment for grading. Most of these students either did not work or had part-time non-professional jobs. Class A was required to compose four essays besides other writing assignments during the fall Prior to beginning each assignment, I asked students to submit their topics for approval so that they focused on a limited area, and selected a topic with research sources.
Class members were largely high- technical-work-experienced evening students. These students, too, needed instructor approval for each of their 9 written assignments. In both classes, oral presentation consisted of individual students presenting their assignments, along with graphic representations projected on a screen, to the entire class.
The instructor gave students in both classes an outline, prior to students beginning the assignment. The outline included the basics of an article and or composition: After approving each student's topic and written draft, I asked volunteers to present their work to the class.
I began with volunteers so that students comfortable with public presentation could pave the way for those less comfortable with public speaking. Allowing the latter to see and hear others making presentations, I reasoned, would hopefully overcome hesitations of those shy about making public verbal presentation.
The presentation itself was not graded, though a report on the benefits and caveats and presenters' own experience in using presentations as a learning tool was requested and readily submitted. Students for whom English was a second language did not, as expected, have a problem in making a verbal presentation.
Some of the best presentations came from such students. Although many people fear speaking in public, tt appears to be unrelated to one's first language. Perhaps it is more related to a fear of making a mistake in public.
I do recall feeling that I was making a very bold step, taking a big risk when at the age of 18, I made my first public statement during an inter-college debate--after my point was accepted by the group, I overcame my fear of public speaking.
Taking that first leap into the public world may pave the way to public speaking. Learning verbal behavior via oral communication to groups is vital as a learning tool. Carbone How class presentations were made Beginning with those who volunteered to give their presentations, presenters were asked to introduce themselves to the class, and to present a title and discussion of their topic on the board.
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Conclusions from Research and Recommendations. If A and B class responses are combined, 55% of students responded voluntarily that oral presentation of assigned reports by individual students to the entire class is beneficial as a learning and social classroom tool. Free Learning Styles papers, essays, and research papers. The book Picture Theory: Essays on Verbal and Visual Representation, W. J. T. Mitchell is published by University of Chicago Press.
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