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?
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Couple of EPQ Presentation questions watch
- Thread Starter
- 20-02-2018 22:19
- 20-02-2018 22:22
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
- 20-02-2018 22:28
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