Taha, Mohamed Mr.
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Target Group: 
PhD Candidates
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Teaching Staff
Team Leaders
1 Day (6 + 1 hours)
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This course introduces candidates to various types of oral communication. It aims at equipping them with the basic skills needed for academic presentations as well as for career presentations 

Learning Outcome: 

By the end of the module, participants will be able to:

  • Face audience (minimize nervousness)

  • Recognize and distinguish between speaking to persuade and speaking to inform.

  • Use informative and persuasive strategies in speaking.

  • Find information relevant to the topic.

  • Use adequate support for chosen topic.

  • Use visual aid effectively and smartly to serve their topic.

  • Organize their speech and demonstrate appropriate time management skills.

  • Use effective and appropriate body language.

  • Use effective and appropriate stress, intonation, voice level, and pacing.

  • Use effective and appropriate style. 

Organizational Remarks: 

Teaching Methods:

  • Theoretical inputs / Self-reflection and application. Practice through interactive Sessions and Role Playing

Necessary tools:

  • Data show, laptop, flipchart, soft board, flash cards, pins, blank papers, pens, markers, glue, scotch tape.