Fostering Presentation Competence: Instituting a Comprehensive Presentation Curriculum

Authors

  • Elizabeth Gould
  • Kaitlin Gram

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17161/ili.v3i2.6990

Abstract

Oral presentations are a part of the curriculum in many, if not most, academic listening/speaking courses. Often students are required to give presentations with very little direct instruction on what constitutes a good presentation let alone how to develop and present one. In this presentation, Kaitlin Gram and I explored the importance of having an oral presentation curriculum as well as its benefits. Additionally we provided an overview of an oral presentation curriculum I began developing a few years ago, which Kaitlin further developed into a full curriculum that she has implemented in the listening/speaking courses at Missouri Southern State University

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Published

2018-01-10

How to Cite

Gould, E., & Gram, K. (2018). Fostering Presentation Competence: Instituting a Comprehensive Presentation Curriculum. Issues in Language Instruction, 3(2), 6–8. https://doi.org/10.17161/ili.v3i2.6990