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  • The first thing you should do to nail a presentation is to organize and schedule the days in which

    揭露上台報告的首要任務是安排好

  • you wish to work on your assignment.

    個人理想的作業時間

  • I always recommend at least four days prior to the presentation day, so you can thoroughly

    我建議最好至少在上台報告的前四天開始,這樣你才能徹底

  • prepare your speech and practice until you perfect it.

    做好演講準備與充分練習,直到熟能生巧

  • Save those days to work hard on your assignments and you will feel much more confident during your public speech.

    四天內好好準備事前作業,如此一來,你在眾人面前報告時,會更有自信

  • You should break down your assignment into smaller tasks and divide them between the remaining days.

    你應該把作業分成數個小任務,並把這些任務平分到安排好的不同天

  • We will speak now on the things you should work during that time.

    現在,我們來談在準備期,你該準備些什麼吧!

  • In your first day you should read and study the materials that are the groundwork of your speech.

    第一天,你應該好好研讀報告相關的背景資料

  • Skim lightly through the text and then analyse it more thoroughly, annotating the major arguments,

    稍稍瀏覽過全文,接著徹底分析資料、註記主要論述

  • and most relevant aspects of the author’s dissertation.

    與論文作者所提出最相關的要點

  • This first analysis of the text is very important, as it lets you understand the overall framework of the thesis

    內容初步分析至關重要,因為分析使你了解理論全文架構

  • and the main themes of whatever you are going to talk about.

    與知曉你所要談論的主要梗概

  • Make sure you understand the basis of your presentation well, before moving on and starting creating your speech.

    在站上台並開始講述前,確保自己充分理解上台報告的資料內容

  • While you analyse the text, make sure to use external resources to further complete your knowledge on the subject.

    在分析文本時,切記使用額外資源引述來補充自己對報告主題的理解

  • If you come across any words that you feel unsure about its meaning, don’t forget to

    如果在規劃報告內容過程中,遇到你不確定的字或不確定的意思,記得

  • check out a dictionary and research on the subject.

    查字典和找資料

  • There’s nothing worse than incorporating an unknown term during a public speech and

    最糟糕的情況莫過於使用一個你不清楚的術語,

  • being called out on it.

    最後還遭到提問

  • In the second day, you should start preparing the outline of your speech.

    第二天,你應該著手準備演講大綱了

  • This is where your creativity will come acrossafter understanding the materials, you

    這是你可以好好發揮自己創意的時候──了解完資料,你現在

  • now have the freedom to create your presentation, choosing in which order you want to present different ideas

    能大膽放手規劃你的上台報告,選擇呈現不同想法的順序時間

  • and premises and the manner in which you will use to explain them;

    呈現前提與想要闡述的方法

  • either by formally define your subject or by giving illustrative examples of whatever you are talking about.

    你可以選擇善加定義你的議題,或者用例子來描述你的談論內容

  • In the third day I formally draft my final speech.

    第三天,我會好好寫完上台報告的定稿

  • I normally type it down so I can re-arrange it as I go along and I will consult

    通常我會把定稿打在電腦上,這樣在順過報告內容時,就能視情況重新安排。我也會參考

  • the to-do list I made the day before to make sure I can include all the topics I wish to talk about in my presentation.

    之前的待完成清單,確認自己涵蓋了上台報告所要談論的所有要點

  • What I normally do is creating an extensive, thorough text, in which I will base my presentation

    通常我會另備一份詳盡的全文,當作上台報告的主要參考

  • and number each paragraph, in bullet form.

    並且已列點方式把每段標號

  • Afterwards, I will create a simple outline with numbered topicsand each number represents

    之後,我會再根據標號主題列出簡易大綱,每個數字代表

  • a paragraph from the extensive document.

    延伸版文本的段落

  • When I speak in public, I like to have that outline in front of me, to help me as I go along.

    在台上報告時,我習慣大綱擺在我眼前,協助我順利講述

  • If I read a topic from the outline and forget what I had to talk about, referring to that

    倘若念完大綱標題,突然忘記要講什麼,我會趕快根據標題

  • topic, I will just quickly jump to the other document, using the number I wrote to identify the paragraph

    找到延伸版文本,用標號找出對應段落

  • to refresh my memory.

    來喚醒我的記憶

  • In the last day, I will only practice my presentation.

    最後一天,我只用來練習上台報告

  • My analysis is complete, I am absolutely certain about the structure of the speech

    我的分析已完整,我對報告架構十分清楚,萬事俱備

  • and now I just need to make sure I can present it adequately without forgetting any of the major topics.

    現在只需再確認我能夠適當地呈現,不會漏掉任何一個要點

  • In order to practice, I will set an alarm for the amount of time the lecture gave us

    為了練習,我會設好定時鬧鐘,訂演講個人分配到的所需時間

  • or the time I think is effective to present whatever I will be talking about.

    或是能夠完整呈現所有論點的理想時間

  • Using a timer is the best method to make sure you are talking at a good pace and assessing the fluidity of your speech.

    使用計時器是確保你語速良好與演講流利度的最佳方法

  • If you talk for too long, you will lose your audience but if you are presentation is too short

    如果你講太久,觀眾會開始精神渙散,但假如你講太短

  • you risk delivering a poor approach on the subject.

    可能又無法充分呈現你的報告主題

  • The usage of a timer and speaking out loud will also let you assess whether certain parts

    使用計時器並大聲朗誦也能讓你評估特定部分的報告內容

  • of your speech are useful or not.

    是否有用

  • I normally tend to cut down almost 20% of my speech during this last day

    通常我會在最後一天,刪減近百分之二十的演講內容

  • because I normally find tons of information unnecessary or just plain boring.

    原因是我發現有許多不必要的資訊或是內容過於無趣

  • This is also a principle that applies to essays and other written assignmentsmake sure

    這個方法同樣能運用在寫作與其他書面作業,可以檢查

  • the content of your work is just enough to deliver but without giving unnecessary details.

    你的作業內容充足,也未涵蓋過多不必要的細節

  • I hope youve enjoyed this video!

    希望你喜歡這支影片!

  • Don’t forget to subscribe and I will see you next week.

    別忘了按「訂閱」,我們下周見!

  • Bye

    再見!

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