By completing the questions that follow, you will revise some of the contents covered this week.
If you delivered to a live audience, you could be asked some questions at the end. You should always welcome the Questions and Answers (Q&A) session as it is a good opportunity to get feedback and exchange views.
Supposing you have completed all previous steps, you are now ready to deliver your presentation. Read the following statements which are all about presenting to an academic audience, and decide if they are true or false.
Use the feedback received from fellow learners about your PowerPoint presentation with added speaker’s notes to reflect and improve it.
Complete the following quiz on examples of signpost language.
Your task is to use a chart, a graph or a table to represent a set of data to be used in an oral presentation.
Read the following sentences, and choose an appropriate option to complete each sentence based on the information from the picture of the previous step.
If you need to use statistics to support your argument, it would be a good idea to present the data you have collected or you have read about in the form of graphs, tables, and charts.
Visual components for academic presentations are visual aids such as PowerPoint slides, graphs, Prezi, images, etc.
In this task you will be watching an effective oral presentation in order to to learn and use the same strategies when delivering your own presentation later on.