AP/JP1000 6.0 Oral Presentation #3

Create a 3-minute skit working as a team. Think of a situation in which you would use newly learned grammar and expressions. Tell your audience a story of what is happening in your chosen situation. Try to be creative because this is a chance to show what you have learned and demonstrate that you can apply it to a real life situation. Work as a team and share the workload evenly. Memorize your lines and act it out. If you read a script, your overall performance will be severely penalized.

Include grammar items, expressions, and vocabulary, focusing on what was covered in Lectures 7 to 12.


Duration of your skit: 3 minutes

Number of students in one group: 3 people

Number of new vocabulary items you can use in your skit: up to 5 words

  (Prepare flash cards to introduce them to your peers. Katakana words count as new words, too.)

You will be evaluated on the following points.


-original and interesting

-appropriate for academic contexts

-utilized course materials


-appropriate length

-well-distributed and coherent

-paid good attention to how the story starts, continues, and ends


-memorized everything and delivered it meaningfully

-appropriate speed of delivery and voice projection

-appropriate and effective non-verbal elements


-accurate enunciation

-appropriate accentuation and intonation


-accurate and appropriate use of vocabulary

-appropriate vocabulary for the level


-accurate and appropriate use of structures

-appropriate structures for the language level