Appendix A: Need Assessment Questionnaire

Presentation Skills Pre-questionnaire (Due: 02/18)
Name: ____________

Please read and answer the following questions below:

1. What is your current level of experience of giving presentations?
(1 = Not very experienced, 4 = Very experienced)

1 2 3 4


2. How many people are in the audiences you normally present to?



3. Do you ever take part in team presentations?



4.How do you feel when you have to make a presentation? (Prepared, relaxed,
unwilling, nervous...)




5. Do you worry about your presentation tasks of our class? Why? Please explain your
answer.




6. How important is it to you to practice presentation in English?
(1 = Not very important, 4 = Very important)

1 2 3 4


7. Would you like to learn oral presentation skills? If yes, why? If no, why not? Please
explain your answer.




8. Do you think what are your strengths/advantages in your presentation skills?





9. Do you think what are your weaknesses/disadvantages in your presentation skills?





10. What types of presentation will you be giving in the future?
(For example: presentations to staff and team members, to customers or clients, to the
Professor and faculty, after-dinner speeches or any other sort of presentations.)




























Appendix B: Nonverbal Language Skills Exercise
Exercise B: watch the video and fill in the chart.



FACT TIME GESTURES
 The presenter said about all
kinds of transportation: cars,
trains, planes, buses …
 The presenter said about
_________________________
____.
 The presenter was talking
about
_________________________
____.
 The presenter was talking
about
_________________________
____.


 1:08


 __________


 ___________



 ____________
 He used his
hand to show
numbers.
 He put his hand
on his
___________.






Appendix C: Informal field notes






Appendix D: Mentor Teacher's Feedback






Appendix D: Presentation Scoring Rubric
ESOL 32 Presentation Scoring Guide
The goal is clear communication of interesting ideas.

Content (ideas/information)

1. Followed directions exactly
2. Good choice of information (important points)
3. Interesting ideas

/10
Organization
1. Outline is clear and correctly set up (no full
sentences)
2. Logical organization and order of points;
transitions used
3. Smooth, well-planned, prepared well
4. Finished in time (between 4-5 minutes)

/10
Delivery
1. Volume of voice loud and clear enough
2. Rate of speech not too fast, not too slow (clear)
3. Pronunciation of words is correct enough to
understand
4. Enthusiasm, energy, interest in topic

/10
Nonverbal language
1. Good eye contact with everyone in group
2. Confident, professional posture
3. Variety of gestures (using hands)
4. Appropriate facial expression (smiling, relaxed,
natural)

/10
Audience
/10
1. Pay close attention with respect (focused, not
distracted)
2. Good eye contact with speaker!
3. Took brief notes on classmates’ presentations


TOTAL /50
Conversion: A = 45-50; B = 40-44; C = 35-39; D = 30-34; F = 29 and below

Comments:


Appendix D: Highlight Data Analysis