Dimension: Presenting

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Focus: present information and learning in a coherent and appropriate manner; understand context, purpose and audience; reflect on the style and content of the presentations.

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General Resources

Links between LOTE and Communication.ppt (ppt 58kb)
Suggestions for teachers planning units of work which incorporate skills from the Communication domain.


Worksheets


Tips for a great oral presentation.doc (doc 37kb)
Suggestions to students planning a class talk in the LOTE. These pointers align with the Communication learning focus

Class chart speaking.doc (doc34kb)
These are pointers for students about the communication skills that underlie successful role plays and interactions in the LOTE classroom. This sheet can be adapted or translated. It can be handed to students or enlarged to wall chart size.

Oral presentation rubric.doc (doc 52kb)
This is a sample rubric for teachers to assess students' oral presentations. The criteria are based on the standards for LOTE and Communication, Levels 5 and 6. This rubric is designed to be integrated into a grading sheet. A complete grading sheet typically has a scoring system attached to performance descriptors, and space for comments. The criteria, performance levels and performance descriptors are suggestions only and can be altered to suit specific requirements.

oral presentation student self assessment.doc (doc 72kb)
This self-evaluation form can be altered to suit specific requirements, and can be translated. It can be adapted as feedback sheet for evaluating classmates' presentation. It can be adapted for other forms of spoken communication.

written presentation rubric.doc (doc 54kb)
This is a sample rubric for teachers to assess students' written presentations. The criteria are based on the standards for LOTE and Communication, Levels 5 and 6.
This rubric is designed to be integrated into an assessment sheet. A complete assessment sheet typically has a scoring system attached to performance descriptors, and space for comments.
The criteria, performance levels and performance descriptors are suggestions only and can be altered to suit specific requirements.

written presentation student self assessment.doc (doc 86kb)
This self-evaluation form can be altered to suit specific requirements, and can be translated. It can be adapted for other forms of written communication.


Links


http://vels.vcaa.vic.edu.au/communication/index.html
Provides the introduction to the domain, the learning focus statements and standards for Communication..

http://vels.vcaa.vic.edu.au/support/progression/communication.html
Lists the standards and progression points for the Communication domain for Levels 4+

http://vels.vcaa.vic.edu.au/support/maps/communication/index.html
Help teachers assess student work using the Victorian Essential Learning Standards for Communication. They provide a range of annotated student work samples which can be used in conjunction with the progression points to help teachers make consistent, on-balance judgements about student achievement.

http://www.teachers.ash.org.au/jeather/writingfun/writingfun.html
a great site which offers students 'text organisers' to assist with the writing process. The examples are in English, but the skills apply to writing in LOTE as well

http://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/vce/studies/lote/french/frenchsd.pdf (pdf 395kb)
A list of characteristics of common text types: for VCE students, but applicable to levels 5 and 6 as well.

http://www.teachers.ash.org.au/researchskills/dalton.htm
Sample questions and tasks to assist students in responding to texts. Can be adapted for the LOTE classroom.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/keyskills/comms/index.shtml
Online tutorials for students, aimed at developing communication skills. These modules are part of a BBC online suite of "key skills' for older students.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/keyskills/tutors/
UK site: Support resources for teachers looking to hone their students' communication and IT skills. Ideas for assignments which can be adapted for the LOTE classroom.

http://www.keyskills4u.com/
A UK website for older learners. Free online tutorials and modules for practising communication skills. Tailored to UK curriculum, but many parts are very useful for Victorian students looking to improve skills for written and spoken communication.

http://www.itplacements.com/ITP/EffectivePresentationTechniques.html
Some information about effective presentation techniques.

http://www.etsu.edu/scitech/langskil/oral.htm (ppt 128kb)
A slideshow about oral presentation technique from a US university.





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