Presentation Skills for Lawyers I - HP1525
Title: Presentation Skills for Lawyers I.
Guaranteed by: Department of Foreign Languages (22-KJ)
Faculty: Faculty of Law
Actual: from 2020
Semester: both
Points: 0
E-Credits: 4
Examination process:
Hours per week, examination: 0/2 Ex [hours/week]
State of the course: taught
Language: English
Teaching methods: full-time
Level:  
Is provided by: HDPV0109
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
you can enroll for the course in winter and in summer semester
Guarantor: PhDr. Jana Dvořáková
XP//In complex pre-requisite: HM2101
Examination dates   Schedule   Noticeboard   
Annotation - Czech
Last update: PhDr. Jana Dvořáková (03.02.2020)
The course addresses these topics:
1. What makes a good presentation?
2. Structure of presentations
3. Language of presentations
4. Guided presentation practice
5. Giving and getting feedback
6. Using visuals and equipment; PowerPoint or Prezi presentation programmes
7. Dealing with questions - asking, responding,answering
8. Formal and informal presentation practice

Examination: Final students´ results are based on active participation throughout the course and continuous assessment - these include oral parts, i.e. delivering presentations, and written parts - written home assignments, written feedback on other course participants´ presentations and on the course.
Aim of the course - Czech
Last update: PhDr. Jana Dvořáková (28.02.2016)

1. Basics of developing and practising presentation skills in English

2. Learning, revising, and practising vocabulary necessary in delivering and evaluating presentations

3. Practising vocabulary of some branches of law

4. Learning and practising giving and getting feedback

Literature - Czech
Last update: PhDr. Jana Dvořáková (30.01.2019)
Recommended:
  • Comfort, Jeremy. Effective Presentations in English. OUP.
  • Chromá, Marta. Anglicko-český právnický slovník.
  • Chromá, Marta. Česko-anglický právnický slovník.
  • Chromá, Marta. New Introduction to Legal English I, II Revised Edition. 6,10,12,13,15,17,19.
  • Powell, Mark. Presenting in English.
Requirements to the exam - Czech
Last update: PhDr. Jana Dvořáková (14.04.2020)

1. Minimum  80% attendance (you can miss 2 classes at maximum, you have to participate in at least 3 of 4 final conference sessions)

2. Submitting all written home assignments on time

3. Oral part - delivering one guided and one free (final) presentation

4. Written part -  1) submitting written outline of one's own presentation,

                            2) submitting written feedback of one presentation given by another course participant - based on the  feedback sheet provided

                            3) submitting written course feedback

 

 

Po dobu platnosti mimořádných opatření je výuka předmětu  Presentation Skills for Lawyers I (HP1525) od 16.3.2020 zajišťována distančními prostředky v aplikaci Moodle. Zkoušku je možné získat distančním způsobem na základě splnění všech zadaných úkolů v Moodle. Známka bude stanovena na základě všech hodnocených zadání.

 

Syllabus -
Last update: PhDr. Jana Dvořáková (03.02.2020)

1. What makes a good presentation?
2. Structure of presentations
3. Language of presentations
4. Guided presentation practice
5. Giving and getting feedback
6. Using visuals and equipment; PowerPoint or Prezi presentation programmes
7. Dealing with questions - asking, responding,answering
8. Formal and informal presentation practice

Registration requirements - Czech
Last update: PhDr. Jana Dvořáková (03.02.2020)

Zápis od ZS 2015/2016 probíhá  přes IS. Předmět je určen přednostně studentům 3., 4., 5.ročníku

Course completion requirements -
Last update: PhDr. Jana Dvořáková (03.02.2020)

1. Minimum  80% attendance (you can miss 2 classes at maximum, you have to participate in at least 3 of 4 final conference sessions - or 2 out of 3 - depending on group size and semester length)

2. Submitting all written home assignments on time

3. Oral part - delivering one guided and one free (final) presentation

4. Written part -  1) submitting written outline of one's own presentation,

                         2) submitting written feedback of one presentation given by another course participant - based on the  feedback sheet provided

                         3) submitting written course feedback