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NUTRITION 117. Guidelines for Friday Presentations Oral presentations should have the following general structure: 1. Introduction 2. Purpose of Research 3. Pertinent Methods 4. Results (include graphs and tables and be prepared to explain) 5. Detailed discussion and analysis of results 6. Author’s Conclusions 7. Critique of the paper (from your point of view) 8. Future directions (what needs to be done next?) Presenters should put together a PowerPoint presentation and be prepared to answer questions from the class. Your talk will be a total of 25 minutes, with 12-15 minutes to present and the remainder of the time for discussion. You will be graded on the following: Content of slides-20% All important aspects of the article should be covered without any unnecessary information. Clarity of slides-20% Slide presentations should be clear, concise, and easy to interpret, not cluttered or confusing.
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Unformatted text preview: Clarity of presentation-20% The oral presentation should also be clear and understandable. Minimize direct reading from slides and make eye contact with the audience. Practice your presentation in advance, it makes for a better presentation and it shows. Convey pertinent information-20% Understand and communicate the main point of the article. Emphasize the following: Why was the study important? What was the hypothesis, did the results support it, and what does it mean? What are the implications? Length of presentation-20% Each student will have 25 minutes, 12 to 15 for presentation and the remainder for discussion. Practice your delivery in advance to ensure your presentation is within 12 to 15 minutes....
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2010 for the course NUT 72880 taught by Professor Clifford during the Fall '10 term at UC Davis.

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