Solo Talk. SOLO TALK PREPARATION. Remember that one third of your total mark from this course comes from your talk mark!!!
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Because the main purpose of this talk is to give information, that information must be given in a STRAIGHTFORWARD and LOGICAL way.
Your introduction should introduce the TOPIC you are going to talk about and perhaps say what areas of this you will be including in your talk.
You need to know where your talk is going.
It is a good idea to cluster related information before you write your talk. This means that all similar ideas/topics should be in the same paragraph/card. Once you have clustered the information you need to decide which information is the most important and decide on a logical sequence for your talk.
You will need to do some research on your chosen topic.
You can do this by doing the following:
your chosen subject.
information or leaflets to help you.
In each of your Individual Talks: