What do I need to ensure a succesful Individual Oral? - Coggle Diagram
What do I need to ensure a succesful Individual Oral?
What have you gained, what have you learned from this experience?
Organize to fit all ideas on the specific time
Always link back to the global issue being discussed
Divide ideas and time wisely
Analyze texts based on a global issue
What were your achievements? A disappointment?
Achievement: Being able to complete it
Disappointment: Nervosism won us over sometimes
What have you learned about yourself? What are your strengths? What are your challenges?
Not as calmed and collected as I think I am
I have learn that if I practise, I can do a good work -
I have learned that I get more nervous than I thought
I learned that I need to prepare myself
Now that you have the 'opportunity' to sit a second Individual Oral (albeit a different language), what would you do or not?
PRACTISE EVEN MORE
Choose a topic and texts you are really interested in / passionate about
Use a cronometer to time ourselves and give many run-throughs
What do you consider to be important and/or irrelevant?
Irrelevant: Give too much information about the author
Irrelevant: Being too descriptive
Important: Balance the amount of information to be discussed on each fragment/text
How can your teacher help? How can I help you?
Giving us 'approval' of our main arguments
Helping us build well-developed and interesting global issues
Guiding us and providing perspective/opinions on what we are doing
What is your advice to the younger students?
PRACTISE, PRACTISE, PRACTISE!
Organize your ideas by time to be aware of how much time are you taking
Write a script to keep organized