The structure of the flowerbed design presentation

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The structure of the flowerbed design presentation

I. Introduction: The idea of the object:

a) conception of the flowerbed ; b) types of flowerbeds and their functions ;

c) customer orientation

II. Siting ( выбор места ) and site analysis

a) site location;

b) site plan (scheme) (ситуационный план- схема);

c) site analysis (sun lighting, soil acidity, soil humidity, soil types)

III. Creating design concept:

a) design conception; 

b) stock of plants;

c) plants’ color scheme; 

d) small architectural forms

IV. Design graphical section: 

a) flowerbed sketch (эскиз цветника);

b) flowerbed detail project

V. Design economic section:

1. list of needed materials: a) number and cost of plants ;

b) number and cost of inert aggregates (инертный материал );

c) cost of fertilizers and tools;

d) cost of works

2. Project implementation budget

VI. Conclusion

The structure of the flower garden design presentation

I. Introduction: The idea of the project (представление об объекте)

a. garden concept; b. garden style and its functions

II. Siting and site analysis :

1. Site location:

a) according to the cardinal points;

b) to the road approach;

c) to the surrounding lots

2. Site analysis:

a) plantation analysis;

b) soil analysis (soil acidity, ground features, and soil types);

c) Availability of underground utilities and overland lines of communication

III. Preliminary specifications/ target specification 

a) customer requirements;

b) issues and solutions (concepts) – проблемы и решения;

c) functions and specific site stylistics

IV. Developing design concept (создание концепции проекта):

1. design conception ;

a) formal geometrical site design;

b) stock of plants;

c) plants’ color scheme;

d) small architectural forms;

e) details;

f) viewing design points - видовые точки проекта (three-dimensional sketches)

V. Design graphical section

Working drawings:

a) site masterplan;

b) dendroplan;

c) site grading plan;

d) landscape renovation layout plan;

e) landscaping layout plan;

f) flower gardening plan

VI. Design economical section

Project implementation budget

VII. Conclusion

Образец выполнения текста презентации

Preparing presentations

I. Introducing yourself

1. Good morning everyone. On behalf of ourselves (от нашего имени) and “Green treasure”, we’d like to welcome you. Our names are Jane Larsen and … We are professionals in the sphere of landscape architecture.

II. Introducing the topic

The subject of the presentation is Flower garden design.

III. Giving background information

 We have divided (разделил) our presentation into 6 parts: introduction, siting and site analysis, target specification, developing design concept, design graphical section, design economical section, conclusion.  

IV. Presenting information

I. Introduction: To start with, at present there is a growing interest in…. It is, undoubtedly, of great importance/interest nowadays…

II. The main part:

Student 1: My name is Jane Larsen and I am going to speak about plantation analysis. Now I’d like to give the floor to my professional partner, John Philips.

Student 2: Thank you, Jane. Now I am moving to the next point which is devoted to …

Student 3: I’d like to draw your attention to …

Student 4: Turning now to...., I will tell you about … Now I’m giving the floor to my professional partner …

Student 5: What I’d like to talk about now is concerned with....

Student 6: Now I would like to describe....

Now I’d like to give the floor to my professional partner…

III. Summarizing and concluding

Student 7: I’d like to conclude by saying …


Finally, we make a conclusion that the flower garden design …

IV. Ending a presentation

Thank you for listening to us.

If there are any questions, we’ll be pleased to answer them.


Appendix 9

Six hats of thinking

Useful lexis

job task профессиональная задача
to cover significant professional issues освещать важные профессиональные вопросы
to deliver a speech like professionals выступать как профессионалы
to raise an important professional issue поднять важный профессиональный вопрос
to cover all the points of the presentation раскрыть все пункты презентации
to touch upon the topical issues затрагивать актуальные проблемы
to get message across to   донести свои мысли до
 to come apart with расходиться с
to specify the blind sides   указать на слабые стороны
to specificate детализировать
to ignore не учитывать, не включить
to overlook упускать из виду, игнорировать
to torpedo a project провалить проект
to speak by the book говорить с полным знанием дела
unconsidered issue нерассмотренный вопрос
to have an obscure view of   неясно представлять себе
to introduce / make changes in вносить изменения в

9.2. Useful phrases to comment on the presentation

1. The white hat  gives factual information about the presentation 1. What was the subject of the presentation? 2. How long did it last? 3. How many parts did it consist of? 4. Was it paper or computer presentation? 5. Was it joined or single-handed work? 6. How many people took part in the presentation?
2. The yellow hat states positive points of the presentation 1. to manage to develop a successful professional report; 2. to cope with the job task professionally; 3. to do something in the original professional way; 4. to express one’s own professional view concerning ..; 5. to cover significant professional issues; 6. professional knowledge/skills; 7. to deliver a speech like professionals (выступать как); 8. to raise important professional issues; 9. to cover all the points of the presentation; 10. to be rich in professional lexis; 11. to be worthy of special attention; 12. well-prepared, thought-provoking, informative, cognitive , thought-out; 13. to touch upon the topical issues; 14. to manage to develop a professional detail project; 15. to hold a special place; 16. to get message across to; 17. It is of great interest to us.  18. It aroused our professional interest … 19. Your presentation is beyond comparison/words.  20. According to your point of view…
3. The black hat states negative points of the presentation 1. to fail to develop design concept; 2. sloppy and sketchy work – небрежная и поверхностная работа; 3. ill-considered (необдуманный); unsuccessful; confusing moment 4. limited professional lexis; 5. to fail professional knowledge and skills; 6. to come apart with design requirements; 7. to specify the blind sides; 8. to fail to represent the graphical part; 9. to fail to specificate selection of needed materials; 10. to leave out cost of works; 11. to communicate thoughts clearly; 12. to overlook the main project parts; 13. to torpedo a project; 14. to get message across to; 15. to have an obscure view of; 16. Your presentation failed. 17. Your report leaves much to be desired. 18. You failed to cover all the points of the presentation.
4. The Red Hat expresses all the feelings which the presentation arouses 1. to experience different/ contradictory feelings; 2. to create a feeling of surprise/admiration/disappointment– вызывать чувство удивления/восхищения/разочарования; 3. to arouse a professional interest; 4. to put into a business-like mood; 5. to have the personal touch; 6. to get to like the project; 7. I fail words to express my respect for your professional skills/ professionalism. 8. There was a disappointing/ confusing moment. 9. There was a moment that gladdened us very much. 10. You speak by the book.
 5. The Green Hat suggests constructive ways to improve the presentation 1. to improve considerably; 2. to introduce / make changes in; 3 to make it more professional; 4. to specificate the project summary 5. to meet requirements; 6. to analyse the site location; 7. add a flowerbed detail project; 8. to specificate planting materials 9. I would suggest (doing)… 10. The best thing to do is …  
6. The blue hat generalizes the points of view of all the hats and expresses the overall impression of the presentation create a favourable/ unfavourable impression; 2. to develop a successful project; 3. to fail to consider siting and site analysis; 4. to improve considerably and add … 


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[1] Hidcote in Gloucestershire – Manor Garden in Gloucestershire, England.

[2] The Château of Versailles and the Gardens of Versailles – a beautiful Versailles palace and its gardens outside the city of Versailles near Paris, France.

[3] The Tuileries – a large public garden in central Paris, near the Louvre.

[4] The Marlies Gardens – Queendom Gardens located in Bavaria, southern Germany (Marlies Braddock is their owner).

[5] Saint-Claud Gardens – two adjacent gardens on the banks of the Mississippi River: The Munsinger and the Clemens Gardens located in the famous French estate.

[6] Broderie – type of garden parterre evolved in France in the late 16th century by Etienne Duperac and characterized by the division of paths and beds to form an embroidery-like pattern.

[7] The theatre of greenery – a type of outdoor theatre situated in a wooded setting.

[8] T he Shanglin garden – a famous royal palace garden in ancient China.

[9] Qin Shi Huang – the first emperor of the unified China who ruled from 246 B.C. to 210 B.C.

[10] Xianyang – one of the famous Chinese ancient capitals.

[11] 'Garden City' of Suzhou – a cultural and historical city in east China’s Jiangsu Province, celebrated around the world for its elegant gardens.


[12] The Humble Administrator's Garden – it is located in Suzhou, China and is considered the greatest of all southern Chinese gardens.


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