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TED TED. com http: //www. ted. com/talks /erik_brynjolfsson_the _key_to_growth_race _em_with_em_the_m achines. html May 29,

TED TED. com http: //www. ted. com/talks /erik_brynjolfsson_the _key_to_growth_race _em_with_em_the_m achines. html May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 3

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How many people can you persuade? 話術がある 話 題 が あ る May 29,

How many people can you persuade? 話術がある 話 題 が あ る May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 5

When do you present? いつやるか?  • 時期的なもの scheduling • 時間的なもの time management • 順番

When do you present? いつやるか?  • 時期的なもの scheduling • 時間的なもの time management • 順番 order May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 7

Where do you present? どこでやるか? • アクセス、所要時間、just in case • 会場分析が必要 May 29, 2013

Where do you present? どこでやるか? • アクセス、所要時間、just in case • 会場分析が必要 May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 8

Venue analysis May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 10

Venue analysis May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 10

General Public Science club Department Your Lab. Academic Conference May 29, 2013 Academic Writing

General Public Science club Department Your Lab. Academic Conference May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 14

Flow presenter Talk point look listen screen May 29, 2013 listener look Academic Writing

Flow presenter Talk point look listen screen May 29, 2013 listener look Academic Writing 19

Attitude 最後に動かすのは人間的要素 • 誠実さ (integrity) • 熱意 (enthusiasm) • 専門的技術 (professionalism) • 明確さ (clarity)

Attitude 最後に動かすのは人間的要素 • 誠実さ (integrity) • 熱意 (enthusiasm) • 専門的技術 (professionalism) • 明確さ (clarity) • 積極性 (positivity) • 自信 (confidence) May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 23

Persuasive Power Presentation Dynamic Presentation 声の大きさ、強弱、     ジェスチャー、表情、服装     パワー、エネルギー   May 29, 2013 Academic Writing

Persuasive Power Presentation Dynamic Presentation 声の大きさ、強弱、     ジェスチャー、表情、服装     パワー、エネルギー   May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 24

Picture of Diversity May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 27

Picture of Diversity May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 27

これで 280 words • • • The School of Engineering (SOE) at the University

これで 280 words • • • The School of Engineering (SOE) at the University of Tokyo is promoting “Bilingual Campus Initiative” in order to foster future global leaders and to develop the organizational strength in supporting the global education and research. For this purpose, the authors, as members of the Centre for Innovation in Engineering Education (CIEE) under SOE, have proposed a total learning and education tool, SNOWBALLS, “Self Navigation Web-Based Literacy Learning System. “ The system provides users an effective means to strengthen and enhance and the basic skills/knowledge on the globalization education, preparing a set of modules tuned to the specific needs and environments of students, faculty members as well as administrative/technical staff. It realizes the environment where both Japanese students who would like to improve their English/global skills and the international students from overseas who want to enhance their Japanese literacy enlighten and stimulate each other in learning and research activities supported by globalised SOE staff. The paper first presents the architecture, development plan and major modules of the SNOWBALLS, including Engineering Basics / Global Literacy for students, Japanese Literacy / Global TA Course for overseas students, Global Education for academic staff, Global Support for administrative staff, and that for technical staff. Next, It shows the development and evaluation results of the system trial on a module for Japanese students. The paper then discusses how to effectively utilise the existing OCW content resources for SNOWBALLS, based on the analyses of available teaching/learning materials analysis at the universities from the above system concept view. Based on our experiences in this project, it will also mention a challenge to support multi-lingual learning support, which will be one of good collaborative work items in the OCWC Consortium. May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 3分で読めますか? 31

アカデミック・プレゼンテーション May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 34

アカデミック・プレゼンテーション May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 34

Story Board • ppt スライドを一覧で並べ、時間配分で組み立てる Theme  1 sheet Agenda  1 sheet Review  1 sheet

Story Board • ppt スライドを一覧で並べ、時間配分で組み立てる Theme  1 sheet Agenda  1 sheet Review  1 sheet Measures 1 sheet Results 2 sheets Discussion 1 sheet Conclusion 1 sheet Future plan & Summary 1 序論 本論 結論 どこにウエートを置くか May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 37

Use Excel Sheet Title Item プレゼンテ何? どんな例が? なんでいいの? どんな準備をする? いつ どこで 何を なんで? 誰に?

Use Excel Sheet Title Item プレゼンテ何? どんな例が? なんでいいの? どんな準備をする? いつ どこで 何を なんで? 誰に? いかに? Group Conclusion Delivery 準備 Presentation starts General Presentation 日本人が特に苦手なこと How to give a Good Presentation アイコンタクトの練習 ジェスチャー・姿勢 ユーモア 態度 時間 3要素 自己紹介 なぜ 自己紹介 設定 自己紹介 練習   目的 流れ ストーリー 論理構造 木構造 ブレスト カード式 エクセル まずはじめに アウトライン イントロ ボディ 結論 Q&A つなぎ言葉 終わり方 覚えた方がいいか 声に出して 失敗を避けるために IEEEのチェックリスト チェックシート チェックリスト リハーサル フィードバック 間違いやすいこと 配布資料 まさかの時に 図や写真 適切に使う ソフトウエア フォント サイズ フォント スタイル フォント サンセリフ 色 色の印象 グラフ・表 音 例 繰り返し May 29, 2013 Group 伝える eye contact weak points 気を付けること important points self-introduction     academic presentation アカデミックプレゼン 構造 structure Academic Presentation 部分ごとに parts 覚えるのか チェックリスト Check up Finish/rehearsal Details to enhance 注意点 ビジュアル グラフ・表 その他強調 Academic Writing Item What's presentation TED How many people   when where What's presentation Why to whom How practice gesture/posture ice break/humor attitude punctuality 3 elements practice   purpose flow story board logical structure tree structure brainstorm index card excel sheet to start with outline introduction body conclusion Q&A transition words How to close Remember? Read it loud avoid falure IEEE check sheet check list Rehearsal Feedback Mistakes Handouts Just in case visuals visual aid software Font size Font style color impression graphs & charts sound examples repeat 38

Paper vs. Presentation Paper 伝達方法 One way 反復可能性 一覧性, repeatable グラフ表示 details thorough 表

Paper vs. Presentation Paper 伝達方法 One way 反復可能性 一覧性, repeatable グラフ表示 details thorough 表 13 words/line 文の長さ 専門用語 usable feedback no 読者・聴衆 uncountable May 29, 2013 Academic Writing Presentation Interactive 一過性、 unrepeatable 強調したい部分のみ clear 4,5 words/line 聴衆による yes present 40

それでは部分ごとに May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 41

それでは部分ごとに May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 41

To start with • Thank you Mr. Chairman. • It’s my great honor to

To start with • Thank you Mr. Chairman. • It’s my great honor to be allowed to deliver a talk to you. • Can you hear me? • Could you turn off the light, please? • May I have the lights on, please? • I would like to use a pointer, if one is available. • I actually prefer laser pointers. May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 42

Outline • The purpose of this presentation is …… • Today, the topic of

Outline • The purpose of this presentation is …… • Today, the topic of my presentation is …… Tell a story of your presentation May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 43

Introduction • I will divide my discussion into three parts. First, … Second, …

Introduction • I will divide my discussion into three parts. First, … Second, … Finally, …. • Let me begin my talk by giving you an explanation on …. . • To start with, I will provide background information on …… • Next, I will demonstrate… • After that, I will take a look at …. May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 45

Body • • So far, we have reviewed …… Let us now turn to

Body • • So far, we have reviewed …… Let us now turn to …… Let’s move on to the next point. This leads us to another question of …… • Transition words(つなぎのことば)を入れて 前のことを要約しつつ次へ進んでいく May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 47

Conclusion • In conclusion, the following points were made. Number one, …. , number

Conclusion • In conclusion, the following points were made. Number one, …. , number two, …. • In closing, I’d like to mention that …. . • To close this talk, I’d like to comment that … May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 49

Repeat the question • His/her question is that…. • She/He asked me whether ……

Repeat the question • His/her question is that…. • She/He asked me whether …… I haven’t considered that point yet. Thank you. I didn’t quite get your question. I’m glad you asked me this question. It’s a very good question. May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 51

Q&A If you don’t understand what the questioner says, • Sorry, could you please

Q&A If you don’t understand what the questioner says, • Sorry, could you please slow down a little? • Could you kindly rephrase it, please? • Mr. Chairman, could you help me, please? Chairman thinks this speaker seems to… May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 52

Should I remember the script? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Read Outline

Should I remember the script? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Read Outline in details Outline with keywords Rough outline Keyword Recite Ask native speakers to check your speech May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 57

Technique by IEEE 1. Use eye contact 2. Develop a positive attitude and relaxed

Technique by IEEE 1. Use eye contact 2. Develop a positive attitude and relaxed style. 3. Don’t read your paper. 4. Don’t memorize your paper. 5. Be enthusiastic about the topic. 6. Don’t hide behind a tangled web of technical terms. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers David F. Beer, Writing and Speaking in the Technology Professions, IEEE Press, 1992 May 29, 2013 Academic Writing 60