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匿名使用者 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 1 0 年前

第一次的英文演說,請前輩多多指教

如題

有很多事我都不了解

Q1:

我的題目是 My Favorite Pet Animal

要寫我的寵物,還是適合拿來當寵物的動物?

Q2:

上台不是要講什麼:各位觀眾大家好之類的?

下台是:以上就是我今天的內容之類的?

請問要怎麼說呢? (用英文)

Q3:

題目的方向要怎樣?(限時兩分鐘)(我自己有養寵物)

因為是國中的比賽,文法要很難嗎?字彙要很多嗎?還是用現在式就好了?(打安全牌)

Q4:

因為是我第一次參加,班上有兩個經驗豐富的同學(英文也很好)

所以會更緊張,真的好可怕,當初是抱著能為考高中加分的心態參加,有什麼是我該注意的?第一次參加(初學者)不太清楚的事?

Q5:

我可以帶寵物的照片嗎?像如果我在說: My pet is really lovely.或是 My pet's fur is black.的時候可以把照片拿出來給觀眾評審看嗎?

Q6:

要有肢體動作嗎?動作要很大嗎?

Q7:

要把稿印很多份給評審們看嗎?(...我是初學者,不太清楚,因為之前參加詩歌朗誦(國文)的時候要)

Q8:

回答者補充

以上就是我的問題,很多

因為很多,點數也不吝嗇

如果有看不懂得,可以在意見問...

謝謝

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  • Elisa
    Lv 7
    1 0 年前
    最佳解答

    Q1: My Favorite Pet. 寫我的寵物

    Q2: 上台: Honorable judges and fellow schoolmates. It is my pleasure to have this opportunity to introduce to you my favorite pet, xx (name of the pet). 下台: Finally, I hope that you enjoy my story as much as I enjoy my pet.

    Q3: Talk about your pet. Why is it your favorite? Tell your stories and anecdotes. It depends. Use past tense when stating a story in the past. Use present tense when describing something in present. For example: how she saved your life (past tense), how she keeps you company (present tense).

    Don't make it too hard for yourself to remember.

    1) Know your material. Use humor, personal stories and conversational language – that way you won't easily forget what to say.

    2) Practice, pause and breathe.

    Q4:

    •Start with eye contact. Don't just pass your gaze throughout the room; try to focus on individual listeners and create a bond with them by looking them directly in the eyes for five to 10 seconds.

    •Smile!

    •Express emotion with your facial muscles.

    •Avoid distracting mannerisms such as fidgeting, twitching, lip biting, key jingling, hands in pockets or behind the back.

    •Telling a story? Highlight the action verbs and look for ways to act out one or more parts. Speaking about marathon running? Run a few steps.

    •Make gestures convincing. Every hand gesture should be total body movement that starts from the shoulder – never from the elbow. Half-hearted gestures look artificial.

    •Vary your speaking position by moving from one spot on the stage to another. For example, walk to the other side of the stage as you move to a new topic or move toward the audience as you ask a question.

    Q5: Yes. Visual aids are important

    Q6: See Q4.

    Q7: No.

    ** I cannot type Chinese. Hope you understand the concept that I am trying to convey and wish you luck. I am a member of Toastmaster International and have won a few speech awards at the Toastmaster International Club.

    參考資料: Myself. Studied English abroad at the age of 11. Work in the US as a project manager for the past 16 years in a fortune 300 company.
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