Questions In summary to make an excellent technical presentation ensure that

Questions in summary to make an excellent technical

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Questions? In summary, to make an excellent technical presentation, ensure that your content is noteworthy, deliver it with passion and maintain a keen sense of the audience .
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Prepare to handle questions from the audience. Formulate replies as suggested in this table. You should do 1 and 2 before answering the question. No. Function Example of reply 1 Thank the questioner. Thank you for the question. That’s a good question. Thank you for that. 2 Ensure everyone has heard the question. Paraphrase if necessary. X has asked … 3 Seek clarification from the questioner. Could you repeat your question? Are you asking if… ? 4 Choose a strategy to give yourself time. That’s something I’d like to give some thought to. I’d like to think about that 5 Seek information from the audience and promote discussion. That’s an interesting point. Would anyone like to comment/take that up? 6 Deal with several people trying to speak at one time; nominate the first and tell the others you will get to them. Thank you this gentleman/lady first, and then your question next, and then…
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Evaluate Getsy’s presentation on Tesla vehicles using the given rubric. With a partner, prepare a presentation, complete with visuals. Take turns presenting and giving feedback. What you will be doing in the workshops
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Task : Conduct a 4-min presentation on“How does a …… work?”. Prepare : State your topic clearly, and your name and Group on the cover slide. Deliver an OP using the A-E approach. Prepare to accept feedback from others. Prepare to listen to others present and provide feedback. Prepare this before the second workshop.
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Thank you! Resources: 1. Alley, M. (2013) The Craft of Scientific Presentations , 2 nd ed. (Springer-Verlag). 2. Alley, M. (2013) Scientific Presentations: The Assertion-Evidence Approach (University Park: Penn State). 3. Duarte, N. (2010). Resonate: Present Visual Stories that Transform Audiences 4. Treasure, J. (2013) How to speak so that people want to listen . TED Talk. https :// nt_to_listen 5. University of Technology Sydney (n.d.) Higher Education Language and Presentation Support (UTS:HELPS). Produced by: Lee Kit Mun & Misty Cook Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore
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