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Group 3

Group Member :

1. Agus Wahyudhi
2. M. Daffa Govinda
3. Wahyudi A
4. Muh. Mauludi Edwin
5. Trakredha Aji B

Comment on Second Video of English Class in Friday, 19th January 2018

Mrs. Nia displayed a video of Do's and Don'ts in presentation. This video contain two types of presentation
(type A and type B). Type A gave us an example of bad presentation while the Type B contradict which
gave us an example of good presentation. These two types of presentation contain some important points
in presenting a presentation. They are language, body language, aids, voice and intonation, blocking, eye
contact, conclusion and question and answer session.

Bad (Type A) Good (Type B)
Using language that is difficult Using the simplest language to
Language to understand (book and tell the presentation
literature language). Using (paraphrase from book and
formal languange. literature).
The speaker talking without use The speaker talking with a
Body Language a gesture to tell the gesture to help him convey
presentation just like statue. what he meant
The speaker prepared all the
The speaker did not prepare the aids or equipment that help him
aids or equipment that help him for the presentation and make
for the presentation like the sure the aids that he used works
Aids projector and the screen display perfectly and the layout that
from the projector is too small appears in the projector is easy
to see from the audience point to see.
of view.

The speaker's voice is too small
to be heard that it's very
The speaker's voice is loud so
difficult to be heard by the
Voice and Intonation the audience from the far can
audience and the speaker's
hear him clearly.
speech is so flat as no intention
to speak.
The speaker blocks the view
The speaker tell the
toward the projector so that the
Blocking presentation next to the
audience can not see clearly
projector so the audience can
what the projector is displaying.
see clearly what the projector is
displaying.

The speaker constantly reads The speaker sees briefly on the
Eye Contact the script without seeing the text he brings and immediately
audience. diverts views to the audience.
The speaker does not close the The speaker close the
presentation perfectly and presentation perfectly without
Conclusion
always adds something after adding another conclusion after
concluding the conclusion. concluding the conclusion.
The speaker does not listen to
the inquiring audience and the speaker listens to the
always refutes before the audiences who ask until finish
Question and Answer Session
audience finishes speaking and and then answer them
answers the question completely.
incompletely