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Tutorial753 Words / ~ pages Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz - KFU How to run a discussion effectively. How to run a discussion effectively In this article, I would like to provide you with some of what I consider as the most important tips on how to run a discussion effectively. Running a discussion is always a challenge. You can never really know if your preparation was well enough, there are always factors which you cannot influence. The most important factor of a discussion is of course the group of participating people. That is a very extreme comparison, but you could get a group where no one is motivated to contribute to the discussion at all, or you could run a discussion in a group where everyone is really interested and motivated to share and discuss his/her views with the rest of the group. But if you regard the following tips while preparing for the discussion you have to run, the latter should…[show more]
Tutorial824 Words / ~ pages Friedrich-Wilhelm-von-Steuben Gesamtschule Potsdam How do you like it to be criticised? An answer in the style This makes no difference to me generally, would be wrong. They would not believe that anyway. According to point of criticism it goes to its limit, the criticised feels uncomfortable­. Do not get along with that question in the private area , only that it is a question of profession. Explain that constructive criticism can only help even if it is sometimes a little bit unpleasantly. With it you provide that you react like a human who want to take up criticism, nevertheless, positively. What is your biggest mistake – and what have you learnt from it? Be Carefuld! Here they wants to put you in a tricky situation. First you should make clear yourself. Still also important: Fairy stories are taboo. Consider what you could state as a mistake. However, your interviewer will not be intrested…[show more]
Tutorial719 Words / ~ pages Universität Duisburg-Essen - UDE How to analyse a newspaper article Introduction: What is the title of the article? What kind of article is it? Who wrote it and where was it published? What kind of newspaper is that? What is the topic of the article? What is the article about? (summary of important aspects – concentrate on the aspects that are asked for in task 1!) Structure/Con­tent: Into which main parts can the article be divided? What are the different parts about? Does the author follow the typical structure of a newspaper article? (In the first paragraph the wh-questions are usually answered. After that the information within the article is arranged in the following way: the most important information comes first, less important information towards the end of the article.) Why? Why not? Why has the author chosen to structure his article in this way? Why does…[show more]
Tutorial2.163 Words / ~7 pages Universität Leipzig A good presentation A) Preparation How to prepare a good presentation? How do I research properly? What do I have to pay attention to during the preparation? B) Presentation How to deliver a good presentation? How do I well visualize my ideas? How do I design a useful and interesting handout? How to prepare a good presentation? Do Don’t Prepare a timeline for your presentation. Practise your presentation at home and learn some! information by heart to give you self-confiden­ce Structure your presentation: First tell them, what you are going to tell them, then tell them, and finally tell them what youve told them! Introduction to create interest Main part Conclusion with a summary Start too late Central questions during your preparation What are the central aspects of the topic? Is it an objective description of a topic or a discussion?…[show more]
Tutorial345 Words / ~ pages OSZ Berlin How to write a letter to the editorLetters to the editor are an effective way to let people know what you think and reach a large audience at the same time. Often, readers of newspapers write a letter to the editor to comment on an article. A letter to the editor can agree or disagree with the author of the original text, or simply inform others of your thoughts. Often it is an important topic that people want to speak about. Usually letters to the editor are short and no longer than 200-300 words. Before writingWhat’s your reason to write a letter to the editor?Influe­nce the public’s opinionGive a large audience your point of view on the topicEducatio­nal purposesInfor­m others of your purpose and attract attentionAdvo­cate your causeNote down important points and facts from the text you are reacting to.Think about other ideas to the topic…[show more]

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