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There is some information in the handbook - here are a few extracts:
Part 3: Oral Presentation – report that communicates the completed inquiry process including your main arguments and aspects of your critical review and professional artefact.
The campus-based oral presentation is of 10 minutes duration with a 10 minutes Q & A session (exceptionally this can be done at a distance).
You will need to present a talk that is most likely connected to the use of an audio-visual slideshow (e.g. PowerPoint). You will then lead a Questions & Answers (Q&A) session for discussions that emerge from your audience. When possible, it is asked that you participate with peers in their Q&A session, especially relating to the process of the inquiry and concepts that are discussed in the final presentation.
Remember you can send a draft to your adviser for feedback...
It is also advisable to rehearse your presentation before the day.
Here are some links for thinking about your presentation:
A tool if you want it:
or another online tool?
Here is some past advice and some examples of blogs with conclusions that might help with your planning - I may add to these as I find a few more!
other ending thoughts...