lunes, 10 de marzo de 2014

THE STORY OF A PRODUCT



OBSERVATION OF YOUR ORAL PRESENTATION

Watch your presentation and answer the following questions:


Name: Elena Moncayola Prujà      TITLE: The Story of a product- Jack Wills.


PRESENTATION
Did you use any resources? Yes, a power point, a video and a paper.
Were the resources relevant and attractive? Yes. 
Did you show/talk about the photos to the audience? Yes. 
BODY LANGUAGE AND EYE CONTACT
Did you look at your audience most of the time? Yes, most of the time. 
Did you read from your notes? Yes a little bit. 
Did you do any gestures/movement to hold the attention of your audience? Not many. 
STRUCTURE
Did you organize your ideas in order of importance? Not in that order. 
Did you use discourse markers to make your ideas more clear? Yes.
(First, then, secondly, on the one hand, on the other hand, finally..)
Which ones? First, continue, secondly...
CONTENT
Did you introduce interessting iformation to your audience? Yes. 
Did you look up information/facts/ideas in the internet/ books..?
(Specify) Yes, in the internet and on the website of the brand. 
Was your information more superficial or more detailed and original? First more superficial but then more detailed and original. 
LANGUAGE
Did you check your grammar?(verbs, word order...) Yes
Did you use rich/new vocabulary looking up the dictionary? Yes some. 
(synonyms/new words/expressions..) Which ones? brand-product
Did you use sentence linkers?(and, but, moreover,also,furthermore,although,however...) Not many. 
Did you use fillers? (well,you know, for example, one second, repeating a word...) Yes, for example. 
PRONOUNCIATION & INTONATION
Did you know how to pronounce all your words? Yes. 
Did you check the pronounciation with a dictionary, a classmate or the teacher? My teacher.
Did you change your tone of voice or use a monotone all the time? Really monotone all time. 

Did you speed in a fluid continuum or with breaks and interruptions? Some breaks. 

SELF-EVALUATION

You are your teacher! What mark did you get? ;-) ---- 7



I'LL IMPROVE FOR THE NEXT ORAL:
1. Not look in my paper. 
2. Change my voice. 

3. .........................................................................................................................................................


THE STORY OF JACK WILLS

Jack Wills is a British clothing brand aimed at university students. The fashion label uses the brand and registered trademark "Jack Wills – University Outfitters" to reflect the inspiration behind the brand.

Jack Wills was founded in 1999 by Peter Williams and Robert Shaw, the former who named the company after his grandfather, Jack Williams. The original store was in Salcombe, Devon located at 22 Fore Street. This original address is often written into the brand's handbook, clothing labels and in-store signs.

Salcombe is quite a weird place to open a store for the university market, since there is not a university in this town.

The brand incorporates aspects of traditional British military and sporting design in its products, and uses a navy blue and pink colour scheme for its packaging and some of its products. The company often houses its stores in historical buildings, such as old pubs or town houses.

The majority of its stores are in the UK, however there are two branches in Ireland, in Kildare and Dublin. The company now owns around 60 stores in the UK and Ireland, the three stores in Hong Kong and the 15 stores in the USA .

Jack Wills' products are branded with a logo of a pheasant with a top hat and a walking stick, known as "Mr Wills". The company publishes "Handbooks" each season: the Autumn Term Handbook, for example, or the Christmas Handbook.

Jack Wills clothing ranges from traditional British formal wear, such as shirts, tweed jackets and blazers, to more contemporary casual clothing: hooded tops, sweatpants, t-shirts and polo shirts. Products such as rugby shirts and luggage are also sold, as are homeware goods and stationery.





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