Faculty of Education and Social Work


Preparing oral presentations


Oral Presentation

The oral presentation is a 10-minute talk accompanied by a PowerPoint, PDF or Keynote material to support your points. There will be 3 minutes for questions from the audience at the end of your presentation. You will be given some written feedback at the end of the session. This feedback will be in three areas: Content, Delivery, Design and Appeal.

 

Performance

The performance is a 10-minute creative presentation (for instance story telling, a dramatic/dance/multi-media presentation, slam poetry). There will be 3 minutes for questions from the audience at the end of your presentation. You will be given some written feedback at the end of the session. This feedback will be in three areas: Content, Presentation and performance, and Appeal.

 

Poster

A poster is visual presentation of your work and will be on display all day. Attendees can view them at morning tea and lunchtime. Between 1.20-1.40 pm you should be with your poster to answer any questions viewers may have. Posters are usually A1 size and static. You will be given some written feedback about your poster. This feedback will be in three areas: Content, Design and Appeal

 

Download feedback sheets here.

 

Please note that the organising committee will not be responsible for damage to any poster displayed.

Presentations and posters must be your own work, but they may be based on work you have presented elsewhere.

It is expected that you will display posters and load any material (eg, PowerPoint  for presentations at 3pm on Friday 13 October 2017. PGSA reps will help you with this.

 

For further ideas and advice can be found on the Web.

Presentations: https://flexiblelearning.auckland.ac.nz/oral-presentations/index.html

Posters: https://www.coursebuilder.cad.auckland.ac.nz/flexicourses/2554/publish/1/index.html