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help!!!!!!!

My EPQ title: "Can I explore healthy eating and childrens literature with the intent of making a children's book"

I have my presentation Thursday.

Does anyone have any examples of how to set out a EPQ presentation???

ALSO: when i started the project I chose it because I wanted to do primary education at Uni but now I don't want to, I am going to do Business studies. Do I need to incorporate this into my project presentation?
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help!!!!!!!

My EPQ title: "Can I explore healthy eating and childrens literature with the intent of making a children's book"

I have my presentation Thursday.

Does anyone have any examples of how to set out a EPQ presentation???

ALSO: when i started the project I chose it because I wanted to do primary education at Uni but now I don't want to, I am going to do Business studies. Do I need to incorporate this into my project presentation?
You don't need to incorporate business studies into your presentation if this wasn't a part of your EPQ report.

Your presentation should be a brief outline of your EPQ and its findings, it should include your aims, things that went well, things that could be improved, skills you've gained, and for the top marks you should introduce an interactive element to it.

You should also make your presentation accessible for an unspecialised audience, eg explaining any obscure or field-specific terms.
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You just need to introduce the topic you did without going much in detail and focus on what you learnt from it, that is what they are looking for. Unis prefer EPQ on topic you want to study but it is OK, if there is a business site in your topic feel free to include it.
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You don't need to incorporate business studies into your presentation if this wasn't a part of your EPQ report.

Your presentation should be a brief outline of your EPQ and its findings, it should include your aims, things that went well, things that could be improved, skills you've gained, and for the top marks you should introduce an interactive element to it.

You should also make your presentation accessible for an unspecialised audience, eg explaining any obscure or field-specific terms.
Thank You so much! This is really helpful.

What do you mean about an interactive element?
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Thank You so much! This is really helpful.

What do you mean about an interactive element?
Like asking the audience questions, giving them a little quiz etc
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Okay I see! Thank You
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