Structuring oral presentations based on written texts: Share your draft outline

In this step, email the outline you drafted on sleep deprivation to a fellow student of yours for comments together with the Assessment guide below.

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Adding speaker’s notes

Planning what you will be saying to your audience when showing your PowerPoint presentation.

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Quiz: Signpost language

Complete the following quiz on examples of signpost language.

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Preparing visual aids

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.

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Presenting data using graphs and tables

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.

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Visual aids

Visual components for academic presentations are visual aids such as PowerPoint slides, graphs, Prezi, images, etc.

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Recognising vocal elements

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.

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Further reflection with a sample

You may find it useful to have a look at a sample outline.This sample outline contains sections with bullet points indicating what the speaker plans to include in his/her presentation based on this article on the topic of sleep deprivation.

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Structuring oral presentations based on written texts

In this exercise, you will practise identifying sections in a written text as a framework for an oral presentation, intended at university students.

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