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Why Spoken English – Linguistic Aspects of Mishearing – Fluency - Speaking to Multicultural/Multidisciplinary Audience - Standard Varieties of Spoken English – Tempo of Speech & Phrasal Pause in English – English Rhythm - Stress on Simple and Derived Words in English – Long Vowels in English – Friction Consonants in English – Aspects of Theatre in Spoken Communication – Grooming, Eye Contact, Body Language, Amplitude – Preparing a Presentation : Charts, Graphs, Drawings, Maps, Diagrams, Tables, Etc  – Research and Organization – Using Power Point Slides and Other Presentation Aids – Practice and Learning to Improve-  Pronunciation of Numbers, Units of Weights, Distance, Etc. – Making Presentations and Self-Evaluation.

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Topic/s

1

Why a course in Spoken English?

2

Student Presentation : Cycle I : Who I am

3

Feed Back on Presentation

4

Aspects of Theatre in Formal Presentation : Grooming, Body Language, Eye Contact, Voice Modulation 

5

Linguistic Aspects of Mishearing

6

A “Good” Tempo of Speech in English

7

Announce Topic for Presentation : Cycle II : A Civic Problem in My Place

8

Research and Organization of Presentation I : Sources of Information

9

Research and Organization of Presentation II : Tables, Charts, Graphs…

10

Making Power Point Slides and Other Presentation Aid

11

Criteria for (Self) Evaluation of Presentation

12

Student Presentation : Cycle II : A Civic problem in My Place I

13

Student Presentation : Cycle II : A Civic problem in My Place II

14

Feedback on Presentation Cycle II

15

Announce Topic for Cycle III : A Managerial Solution

16

Grammar of Phrasal Pause in English

17

Rhythm in Spoken English : All I want’s a room somewhere/ Far away…

18

Rhythm in Spoken English – II

19

Phrasal Pause in Spoken English

20

Phrasal Pause in Spoken English – II : Numbers, Units of Weight, Height…

21

Listening to Units of Time, Weight, Distance, Etc.: Take a Break

22

Word Stress in English : Unique Features

23

Stress in Simple English Words – I

24

Stress in Simple English Words – II

25

Stress in Derived Words in English – I

26

Stress in Derived Words in English – II

27

Student Presentation Cycle III : A Solution – I

28

Student Presentation Cycle III : A Solution - II

29

Student Presentation Cycle III : A Solution - III

30

Feedback on Presentation Cycle III

31

Announce Topic for Cycle IV : Improving a Product/a Project

32

Listening to a Technical Conversation : Bid for Power

33

Preparing for and Presenting a Flow Chart, Diagram, Drawing, Etc.

34

Some “Difficult” Sounds in English - I

35

Some “Difficult” Sounds in English – II

36

Student Presentation : Cycle IV – I

37

Student Presentation : Cycle IV - II

38

Student Presentation : Cycle IV - III

39

Feed back on Presentation IV

40

Conclusion of the Course

  • Ability to speak about familiar things in basic sentences in English.


  • Chaudhary, Shreesh (1992/2004) Better Spoken English, New Delhi : Vikas Publishing.



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