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Research Writing & Publishing II---- Seminar-- 欣樺 Presentation I (04-29-2013)
by 徐碧霙 2013-05-02 18:17:57, Reply(17), Views(1096)
  
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Strength

Weakness

1-Formal dress

 

1-Not very fluency

2-well content design on your PPT.

 

2-smile use too over

3-Your reelection is clear and point out the connection with your own research.  

 

3-give more explain on slide 6 would be better.

Q: About your option, what kind of reading strategy you usually use?

 

strength
organized PPT
show the gestures
clear reflection part 

weakness 
wrong pronunciation, e.g., various, instruments, comparisons

Q:What is taxonomy? 

For Sabrina:

1. S: Your presentation is fluent. You pronunciation is very good, using intonation to stress important points. The PPT is well-organized and neatly designed. In particular, the visual aids shown on the Title page, slide 3, 6, and 10. The reflection part shows the connection between this paper and your future study. You also keep good eye contact with the audience.

2. We have to avoid laughing while we are presenting.

3. Question: What are the memory strategies used in this paper?

: Well dressed.
: Supporting materials logical and clear.
: The conclusion relates back to introduction. 

: Some errors in your PPT.
: Don't laugh too much during your presentation.

Question: How do you relate this result to your own work?
Strength:
1.Voice is loud enough.
2.Slide no.13 is concise.
3.Design is good.
Weakness:
1.The font of some slides is too small to read.
Question:
What is the limitation?
 
Strength: Lovly smiles; creative PPT; an interesting presentation
Weakness: a little bit nervous; less fluently
 
Memory strategies, memory strategies, people always emphasize that.
What kinds of memory strategies were used in this study?
 

Strength

1.          Smile a lot

2.          Look pretty in white-spotted blue dress

3.          Underlined the points

Weakness

1.          Wrong pronunciation

2.          A bit banana of you in the front

Question

So would the sample differences, the nationality, influence the result?

What’s the limitation?

Nice gesture
Loud enough
Neat PPT design

Words are too small in slide 6, 10
More serious in presentation would be better
We don't have your reflection part in the print material

In your opinion, is there any weakness in memory strategies?

 Strength part: 

(1) You speak clear. 

(2) Voice is loud enough.

(3)You improve a lot!

Weakness part:

(1)Too nervous

(2) You can give us more eye contact.

Question:

What do you mean by “memory strategies”?

Strength: 1. You have a of of smile.
               2. You use the body language.
               3. The literature review is very clear.
 
Weakness: 1. You are a little vervous.
                 2. Your presentation is not very fluent.
                 3. wrong pronunciation
 
Question: There are control group and experimental group in the research. What are control group and experimental group different?
Strength: use the body language
                very confidence
Weakness: little nervous
                   more practice you presentation
Question: Do you want to use the same questionnaire in your study?
Strength: First, you have warm smile. Second, you use more body language. Third, the reflection you design well.

Weakness: First, you are a  little bit nervous. Second, maybe you could more eye contact with audiences.

Question: What's data analysis you could use in the paper?

Strength: 1. You have a gesture that pointed out the key sentence when you explain slide 6.
                2. You highlight the key words on slide 4, 5, 7 and 8.
                3. You explain clearly on slide 6 and 10.
                4. Your ppt on slide 3 design specially.
                 
Weakness: 1. If you can more eye contact with audiences would be better.                
                   2. You are so a little nervous that you speak off and on when you are presentation.
                   3. If you use more smile instead of laughing would be better.
 
Question: Could you explain more detail about “creating mental linkages”? Does it can help long-term memory when children train on vocabulary development for the first time?
Strength:
1. You have a lovely smile.
2. You use your body language to attract the audience.
3. Your PPT design is professional, and you highlight the key words, especially slide 9.

Weakness:
1. Perhaps, you can introduce the topic in the beginning.
2. The word type is too small.
3. Some information didn't show on the PPT handout, such as instrument part (slide 12&18), and 
    reflection part. It is covered by photos.

Question:
How long is it between questionnaire and achievement test?
Is is completed at the same time or on the same day?
Good ppt design such as slide 6, 10.
You have some gestures and eye-contact with listeners.
Good reflection, you show the book and the questionnaires.


You can't laugh too much when you are present, it's not professional.
Maybe you can alter the slide 12,5,16, will look better.
Some parts of your intonation can practice more, it will be better.

In slide 6, you show the different learning strategies, which one will you use in your future thesis?
Strength:
1. Although the clothes looks casual, you look still formal.
2. more confident!
3. slide 3, creative design!

Weakness:
1. There are a few wrong pronunciation, like "various" "Oxford" "Direct"
2. grammar mistake--- slide 17, you can say "train" (+as/in/for), not "train about"!

Question:
What kind of memory strategies did the author adopt?

1.      About your option, what kind of reading strategy you usually use?
Answer: What do you mean? In teaching or in learning? In learning, I prefer to reading the title, subtitle and then read the detail contents.

2.      What is taxonomy?
Answer: Give you an example.

Vocabulary Learning Strategies

(VLS)

Discovery strategies

Determination strategies

Social strategies

Consolidation strategies

Social strategies

Memory strategies

Cognitive strategies

Metacognitve strategies

 

3.     What are the memory strategies used in this paper?
Answer: creating mental linkages, applying images and sounds, reviewing well and employing action

4.      How do you relate this result to your own work?
Answer: I would like to take this research into consider, because my study also research the vocabulary.

5.     What is the limitation?
Answer: The researcher can make sure whether the achievement tests appropriate or not, it did not show how to choose this test.

6.     What kinds of memory strategies were used in this study?
Answer: The answer is the same as question three.

7.      So would the sample differences, the nationality, influence the result?
Answer: The research did not focus on whether the nationality influenced vocabulary-learning or not.

8.          What’s the limitation?
Answer: The answer is the same as the question five.

9.      In your opinion, is there any weakness in memory strategies?
Answer: In my opinion, memory strategies divided four sections in this study, I don’t believe all strategies are good for learners.

10.   What do you mean by “memory strategies”?
In the paper, page 1349 that has written it.

11.    There are control group and experimental group in the research. What are control group and experimental group different?
Answer: It show the significant in this study. You can see the result.

12.    Do you want to use the same questionnaire in your study?
Answer: I would not use this question in my study.

13.    What's data analysis you could use in the paper?
Answer: I will use qualitative study in my study.

14.    Could you explain more detail about “creating mental linkages”? Does it can help long-term memory when children train on vocabulary development for the first time?
Answer: For example,
placing new words into a context. In my opinion, it would help long-term memory when learners train on vocabulary development.

15.    How long is it between questionnaire and achievement test?
Is is completed at the same time or on the same day?
Answer: It carried out 12 weeks, you can see it in the methodology part.

16.    In slide 6, you show the different learning strategies, which one will you use in your future thesis?
Answer: All these strategies that I will not use in my future study.

17.      What kind of memory strategies did the author adopt?
   Answer: He adopted four categories. Creating mental linkages, applying images and sounds, reviewing well and  
   employing action.

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