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Project Presentations George Alder 10 February 2000 (+ supervisor’s name) Final year project presentations no marks ride on presentations staff progress reports after 2nd talk in week 9 or 10 format can be write-on transparencies, photocopied transparencies, or PowerPoint

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Project Presentations

George Alder

10 February 2000

(+ supervisor’s name)

Project Presentations


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Final year project presentations

  • no marks ride on presentations

  • staff progress reports after 2nd talk in week 9 or 10

  • format can be write-on transparencies, photocopied transparencies, or PowerPoint

  • we are interested in work already done, as well as future plans

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Planning your talk

Preparing your talk

Slides

Preparing for talk

Getting started

Delivery

Summary

Background

Aims & Objectives

(at least one diagram)

( 3 technical slides)

Progress to date

Schedule for future

Summary

Presentation plan

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Aims of talk

Arrange material

Draft slides

who is your audience?

what points to make?

background

aims & objectives

aspects to focus on

Planning your talk

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Slides

  • keep slides simple

  • legibility - “rule of sixes”

  • make text as large as possible; avoid line over-runs

  • don’t plan to write on slide during talk

  • don’t use photocopied pages from reports

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Slides - “rule of sixes”

  • letter size  6% of slide base length

  • letter height  6 x its width

  • content:  6 x 2 (=12!) items of information

  • about six slides in a short presentation

  • visibility: slides should be legible from six times their diagonal dimension

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Write notes about each slide

Rehearse

keep it simple

aim to use slide itself as your notes on the day

get timing right (+20%)

make changes

fix slide cues in mind

Preparing for talk

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Getting started

  • check equipment beforehand

  • make sure things like felt pens are there

  • make sure audience can see and hear

  • put your watch where you can see it

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Delivery

  • always face audience

  • speak up; don’t read from notes

  • plan silences (esp. after new slide)

  • control gesticulations and mannerisms

  • vary the technique e.g. models, samples, video clips

  • don’t switch o.h.p. on and off

  • don’t ‘hide’ parts of slide

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Summary

  • keep things simple

  • start with clear aims for talk

  • show evidence of rehearsal

  • prepare good media

  • maintain eye contact with audience

  • end with clear summary

  • finish on time

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