English for Professional Presentations, 5 cr - ENG006AS2AE
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After completing this course or acquiring corresponding learning elsewhere, the student
- Performs impactful business presentations both on live stage and online
- Implements techniques for creating logically structured presentations
- Recognizes methods for overcoming stage fright
- Designs visual and interactive presentations
- Implements embodied performance techniques
- Employs vocal techniques for improved speech
- Performs confidently in front of a camera
- Logically structured presentation design
- Embodied presentation techniques
- Voice and speech techniques
- Interactive presentation tools
- Stage performance confidence
- Presentation in online environment
- Body and mind techniques for relaxation
BLENDED for blended courses. In blended courses contact teaching (daytime, in the evening or intensively) is combined with online studies independently and/or in cooperation with other students.
Learning materials will be announced at the beginning of the course.
How do you present the best version of yourself and your professional knowledge? Overcome your stage fright by learning the techniques for delivering an impactful and logical presentation with confidence. In addition to acquiring practical presentation tools, we are also working with embodied awareness on stage as well as with voice and speech technique. Equip yourself with professional presentation skills for your future success and seize the opportunity to master performance skills.
Starting level and linkage with other courses
Starting level CEFR B2
Assessment criteria - grade 1
The student can deliver a presentation that carry limited conviction. The performance lacks security on stage and online. The usage of tools for visual and interactive presentations is limited. The language needs to be adjusted to the intended audience. The student lacks adequate techniques for overcoming anxiety and stage fright. The student needs assistance with the evaluation of performances and has difficulties in using the acquired knowledge for improving stage presence and performance skills.
Assessment criteria - grade 3
The student can deliver a presentation that carry sufficient conviction. The performance is solid both on stage and online. The usage of tools for visual and interactive presentations is good. The language used is adjusted to the intended audience. The student uses techniques for overcoming anxiety and stage fright. The student can evaluate performances and use the acquired knowledge for improving stage presence and performance skills.
Assessment criteria - grade 5
The student can deliver an effective presentation that carry conviction. The performance is effortless and engaging both on stage and online. The usage of tools for visual and interactive presentations is professional and efficient. The language used is precise and well adjusted to the intended audience. The student masters a wide range of techniques for overcoming anxiety and stage fright. The student can evaluate performances and use the acquired knowledge effectively for developing performance excellence and stage presence.