ARead the brief and prepare your own presentation. Don’t forget to KISS (Keep it Short and Simple)!
|FULL PRESENTATION PRACTICE: GIVING INFORMATION Subject and structure Choose from the following list or think of your own subject. · My department and / or my company · My industry · My university · My research · My country Take any direction you wish with your chosen subject, but divide your presentation into three clear parts using the structure below. Your audience You are making this presentation to a group of people who are very important for your future career. This could be your board of directors, a group of external professors, an assessment centre panel or an audience at an international conference, for example. Describe your audience before you start your presentation. Your targets · To have a fluent “who”, “why”, “what”, “how” start · To have a well-structured and signposted presentation · To finish well with a summary and clear conclusion · To leave a good impression by giving a well-prepared presentation|
B Give your full presentation.
FEEDBACK AND TARGETS
A If you’re working in a group, analyse each other’s presentation, using the Feedback form below.
Feedback form: Lay solid foundations
|Start Who Why What How Variety|
|Finish Signal Summary Present perfect Conclusion Closing remarks|