The oral presentations are designed to show peers and tutors about the inquiry and the process of learning that has occurred while you have been doing Module 3 and throughout the time yoiu have spent studying.
Many do a powerpoint or a Prezi but others speak orally with props or creative productions (songs, videos, dance performances). This is difference than the professional artefact - which people also sometimes show - or show excerpts of this - and put links onto blogs if that is possible (with considering the confidentiality of the content).
It is only 10 mites so summarising is imperative - a slide a minute is the rule of thumb.
Give the highlights of your inquiry - context and findings - key points for learning - impact and implications - mainly professional but with personal aspects considered.
You can end a draft in if you want brief feedback form your adviser - ask specific questions was this will focus any quick feedback. Also you have your SIGs to share with for any last minute planning.
Good luck everyone!!!
Saturday, 17 January 2015
28 May 2014
Oral presentations - what to expect. You are presenting to peers as well as tutors - talk about your inquiry and your achievements - give us some detail but also update us on where you are now… has your inquiry work made a ...
15 Jan 2013
Please note my previous blogs about the presentations to help with your planning: http://paulanottingham.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/module-3-oral-presentations-28512.html. I will try to add to this this week! The presentations ...
18 Jan 2012
The presentations will focus on the main points from your inquiry and artefact - so some elements of the structure are 'givens' and reflect the style of professional practice - a bit of reportage in the 'design brief' but also a lot of ...