MajorLec4S10 - i “Straight-forward”(e.g Introduction Methods etc OR ii “Implicit”(laying out in order the key ideas b Discuss Core slides

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I. Overview of Session 12 S10 II. Actual Oral Presentation Assignment A. See handout B. Title different than one for Primary Ref., Minor Paper or Research Review III. Mechanics of giving a 10 min. talk (with added 2 mins. of questions) C. About 8 slides (1slide=1overhead) 1. Title Slide (for Oral Present. you will want to include title of your talk, your name, affiliation, the date and Primary Ref.) a. Here title is not the same as the actual research article 2. Intro. slide(s) can include or provide a context for a roadmap to the talk 3. Core slides 4. Also Conclusion(s) slide 5. Structure of talk a. “Overview” (at least one Intro. slide)
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Unformatted text preview: i. “Straight-forward” (e.g. Introduction; Methods; etc) OR ii. “Implicit” (laying out in order the key ideas) b. Discuss Core slides in connected way i. Before at least first data slide (e.g. x-y plot) have a text or schematic slide that sets up data c. Conclusion(s) slide (can include Future Studies) B. Have thumbnail or outline as notes 1. Each major point should correspond to a slide 2. Do not read aloud from notes 3. If you wish a pointer, you must provide it C. Prepare yourself for questions D. Practice, Practice, Practice 1. At least ten times IV. Future Assignment(s) Questions V. Sign-up...
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MajorLec4S10 - i “Straight-forward”(e.g Introduction Methods etc OR ii “Implicit”(laying out in order the key ideas b Discuss Core slides

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