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時間割コード: PE00002 英語シラバス
Presentation and Discussion Skills[Presentation and Discussion Skills]
 
担当教員
マシュー カールセン[MATTHEW CARLSEN]
開講学部等 国際社会科学府 対象年次 1〜2 単位数 2 使用言語 英語
開講時期 春学期 開講曜限   クラス Presentation and Discussion Sk
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授業の目的  
The goal of this course is to enable you to give powerful and memorable presentations. The ability to write and communicate your ideas effectively will help you in a number of situations such as teaching a classroom full of students, speaking at an academic conference, speaking at a meeting, giving an interview, speaking with the media, addressing the public, and accepting an award. More than just helping your own career, and important massage combined with the ability to communicate effectively will help other people as well. Great presentations have the power to change the world which means you have the power to change the world. This class is safe place for you to practice and to hone the skills you will need to become that person.

This course will culminate in an 18 minute speech that you will present on the final day. You will decide the topic of your presentation but it should have something to do with your chosen career path. You will also give brief presentations throughout this course. Memorable presentations often include stories, quotes, analogies, analogies, visual aids, challenges, and audience participation. We will practice these aspects of presentation crafting on a weekly basis.

Textbook:
Karia, Akash. How To Deliver A Great TED Talk. 2013
 
授業計画
(項目説明)授業全体のスケジュールを示しています。学修計画を立てる際の参考にしてください。
 
1.Introduction & Presentation software workshop
2.How to find your Core Message & Creating a Repeatable Power Phrase
3.The ABC-C Formula for Powerful Presentation s & Creating an Attention Grabbing Opening
4.Building the Body of Your Presentation & Crafting a Compelling Closing
5.Using Statistic to Grab Attention & Offer the Audience Something New
6.Create a Wow-Moment & Be Specific
7.Bring Your Characters to Life by Providing Details & Turning Your Stories into Mental Movies
8.Analogies, Metaphors, and Similes & Building Credibility with Your Introduction
9.Adding Internal Credibility to Your Messages & Building an Emotional Connection with Your Audience
10.Use Compelling Visuals & Arouse Their Curiosity
11.How to add Humor to Your Speech & Rhetorical Questions
12.How Subway Used a Story to Increase Sales by 20% & Five C’s of Great Stories
13.Delivery Techniques for Dynamic Storytelling 24.8 Ways to Prepare for Your TED talk
14.Wrap-up: How to Deliver the Perfect TED Talk
15.Final presentation
16.Final
 
授業時間外の学修内容
(項目説明)授業全体を通して授業前に予習すべき内容、授業後に復習すべき内容を示しています。単位は、授業時間前後の予習復習を含めて認定されます。
 
A student should read the assigned reading material, prepare for weekly presentations, participate in class activities & discussions, and conduct independant research for their final presentation.
 
履修目標
(項目説明)授業で扱う内容(授業のねらい)を示す目標です。より高度な内容は自主的な学修で身につけることを必要としています。
 
For a student to earn an “A” they should meet all of the weekly requirements as well as presenting final 18 minute presentation that is free from grammatical errors, well-researched, interesting, outstanding and persuasive.
 
到達目標
(項目説明)授業を履修する人が最低限身につける内容を示す目標です。履修目標を達成するには、さらなる学修を必要としている段階です。
 
A student who attends class and does an average job of completing the course requirements will receive the grade of “C”
 
成績評価の方法
(項目説明)成績評価の方法と評価の配分を示しています。
 
Class Participation and discussion 10%, Weekly presentations 40%, Final Presentations 50%
 
成績評価の基準 -ルーブリック-
(項目説明)授業別ルーブリックでは評価の項目と、成績評価の基準との関係性を確認できます。(表示されない場合もあります。)
 
【成績評価の基準表】
秀(S)優(A)良(B)可(C)不可(F)
履修目標を越えたレベルを達成している履修目標を達成している履修目標と到達目標の間にあるレベルを達成している到達目標を達成している到達目標を達成できていない
履修目標:授業で扱う内容(授業のねらい)を示す目標
到達目標:授業において最低限学生が身につける内容を示す目標
 
授業の方法
(項目説明)教員が授業をどのように進めるのか、課題提出などの情報もあわせて示しています。
 
Class work will include attending the Powerpoint/Keynote Workshop, brainstorming with others to develop Presentation Ideas, outlining proposed presentation topics for the class, giving brief in-class presentations on story ideas, ‘wow-moments’, ‘mental movies’, analogies, metaphors & similes, personal credibility, visual aids, humor, rhetorical question, independent research and partner feedback.
 
キーワード  
English, Presentation, Discussion, Public Speaking, TED
 
教員からの一言  
Think deeply, communicate clearly, and enjoy the process.
 
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