Professional Toolkit Delivering Effective Presentations

      Course Description

      Although presenting in English can be challenging and even frightening, being able to present clearly and effectively in English can be a valuable skill set to have in the workplace.
      Whether you are thinking about pursuing an international career or you are already employed and want to add English presentation skills to you portfolio, the skills taught in this class can make you more marketable and more prepared. The course will provide tips for improving your presentation skills and delivering your presentations in English. It will explore useful expressions, help you to organize your thoughts, and identify the best way to approach presentation planning and practice. Study with your peers in a supportive environment. Have fun and gain confidence by understanding how to tailor your presentations to the expectations of a professional English-speaking audience.


      Student profile: Intermediate professionals
      Date: Saturday, November 10, 2018
      Time: 2:00 p.m. -
      Price: 8,000 yen (tax included)


      Gregory Glasgow

      【Academic degree】
      PhD in Applied Linguistics, University of Queensland
      MA in Tesol from Teachers College Columbia University

      Dr. Greg has lived and taught in Japan for approximately two decades. He has served as an English lecturer at NYUSPS Tokyo since 2014, teaching a variety of academic and business English courses, as well as coordinating specialized teacher education programs funded by the Embassy of the United States in Tokyo. Dr. Greg currently serves as a coordinator for the Looker China program, which invites Chinese university students to participate in workshops about contemporary Japanese industry and culture. His areas of research specialization are language policy and planning and second language teacher education.

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