Presenting in English eBook features MP3 audio, PDF and online quizzes on essential English language and skills for making presentations in English.
These English for presentations lessons are also available in our English for Presentations eCourse App:
Download from the Apple App Store (iOS).
- Introducing your presentation
- Signposting your presentation
- Describing visuals and charts
- Talking about trends and rates of change
- Interpreting trends – making predictions
- Using your voice
- Pausing and stress
- Summarizing and finishing off
- Handling the Q and A
- Presenting a SWOT Analysis
eBook buyers and Members: click a link below to view and download files (right-click to save).
|Presenting for Success (2nd Edition)|
|Complete Set /ZIP|
|Charts & Trends 1|
|Charts & Trends 2|
|Charts & Trends 3|
|Q & A 1|
|Q & A 2|
|SWOT Analysis 1|
|SWOT Analysis 2|
8 thoughts on “Presenting for Success”
This ebook on “Presentations” is a brilliant idea and very well implemented. The structure and content of the book are very practical and pedagocially well planned, the podcasts are truly inspiring – an excellent tool for learners of English for business communication.
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Very useful and helpful tips for foreigner
Only just had a peep.
I have already been using parts of BEP and it has gone down well with my clients. I think they will learn and enjoy this.
My clients love the interactive unit quiz.
BEP gives me a good framework for lots.
Keep it up
The Website is an extremely useful tool to use both as a foundation for a Business communication course design and and for planning separate lessons. Besides, it’s simply great pleasure to work with it.
California State University East Bay,
American Language Program
This lesson is very useful!!!
Hello, I just thought I’d mention that I did finish this book. EXCELLENT!!! However, I definately prefer the previous design in HTML. The Gap fill part of the lesson (in HTML) is far better.
Would it be possible to give the users a choice?
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