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    1. What if someone asks a really dumb, unanswerable question as they know nothing about the subject?

    2. What do we actually have to present?

    1) Treat the question with respect, explain why there are inherent flaws with their final conclusion and explain why in a clear step by step process
    Though the questions shoudn't be too bad as they are by people who have had a decent education, even if it isn't specifically in you're field

    2) This is how I did mine, but feel free to change yours to how you want. There is no set structure, but it does need to be an organised presentation:

    a) Intro - defined key terms, my question and explained my motives behind choosing it, why it is an important issue
    b) literature - a couple of the most significant previous works done in the field or expected knwoledge that the audience may not now (e.g. I talked about some economic models)
    c) Main slides - had 3 slides going through 3 distinct section of my EPQ, from my main dissertation part. Briefly outlined what I found out/ concluded in each section and why.
    d) Conclusion - explain and justify my overall judgement
    e) Reflection on my performance in my EPQ and certain improvements I could have made to my EPQ
    f) Reflection on the process as a whole and how I benefited from it


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