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Presentation / Solving Problems
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Identify appropriate information in line with the objectives of the briefing or presentation (16 marks)
Types of Information we need to present it or make it as a brief. For example, technical, explaining a product, paraphrasing, giving a recommendation of new ideas, etc. (Why do we need to present?) to explain a fact, present a risk ……
Now (in line with the objectives) meaning: how to identify? By listing your objectives, or explaining, describing and mentioning.
*Note: make sure that you link your answer with an example, it might be the same as your presentation. Prepare a plan for the content of the briefing or presentation (12 marks)
How to prepare your content?
1. Explanation or,
2. Case studies,
3. Mind mapping or
5. Gathering ideas, noting, etc.
(Choose your preferable ones)
Be able to conduct a briefing or presentation
• Use appropriate presentation techniques and aids to enhance understanding of the topic of briefing or presentation (12 marks)
You can answer this question by mentioning what are your preferable techniques to present your presentation such as, to use a power point or public speaking, adding pictures/videos. In addition, mentioning the design of your PowerPoint (size, font, etc.)
• Present information clearly and logically (20 marks)
Clear: Use simple language, facts, numbers, public news, proverbs.
Logical: benefits and the effects.
(You need to think about what you must say, then what you should say, then what you could say).
(What they must hear from you during the presentation?)
Everything should be clear and logic so everyone can understand it, specific information.
(People should get more interested to learn more about your presentation).
• Present information within agreed time limits (4 marks)
It’s important to set an agreed time so you will be able to control your presentation.
• Respond to questions raised accurately and clearly (12 marks)
(Time for questions)
Keep an element of questions (leave time for questions)
If you expect the questions that might arise after you are done of your presentation (write them down) and estimate the time will take to answer the question.
If the question is not related to your objectives, you should mention that this question is not part of the PPT’s objectives (I will answer you after the session ..)
Be able to evaluate a briefing or presentation
• Design a simple evaluation form to gather feedback on briefing or presentation (8 marks)
What are the areas I need to add in my evaluation form?
For example, about the presentation overall, or about the way of delivering the content of your PPT.
Did the content meet the objective?
Did the PPT explained the topic clearly?
So, you can add your preferable questions.
• Use feedback to identify areas for improvement in presentation skills (16 marks)
Why and how to use it?
Areas to identify in details that came out of the feedback form.
Average of certain participants, what are the areas of improvements?
Are they clear and based on range of detailed feedback?
What is your plan to improve it? For example, by practicing, etc.
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