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  • I'd like to start by looking at how to plan your presentation... And here I'd like to

  • mention three points... Your purpose... Your audience ... And the setting for the presentation...

  • Before I begin, I should point out that when people advise students about planning presentations,

  • they usually include suggestions about how to select and narrow down a topic... Now,

  • while this is of course important, for the purposes of this presentation today, I'm

  • going to assume that this has already been decided... either by you or your tutor ... So,

  • I'll assume that you've chosen the topic ... carried out the research... and now you're

  • now ready to begin the process of planning a presentation.

  • Ok, the first thing that you have to consider in the planning process is the purpose of

  • your presentation...There are two ways of looking at the purpose. The first is the general

  • purpose of a presentation... In other words, do you want to inform... entertain... persuade...

  • and so on... I guess the general purpose of our presentation is to inform or enlighten...

  • As well as thinking about the general purpose of your presentation, you'll need to think

  • about its specific purpose... And by this I mean what you want to accomplish... What

  • you want to achieve... Essentially this involves asking 'why'... Why am I giving this presentation?

I'd like to start by looking at how to plan your presentation... And here I'd like to

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A2 BEG UK presentation purpose general purpose planning inform general

Effective Presentations Signposting (IEEE / Vancouver)

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