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Hola,

At the moment, I have more or less finished my project (just got to go through and check grammar, etc.) but been told by supervisor to start the presentation but have no clue what the presentation has to cover.

I know it is more the journey that was taken rather than the report but anything like a solid structure to follow.

thank youuuu
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(Original post by xmollieleigh17)
Hola,

At the moment, I have more or less finished my project (just got to go through and check grammar, etc.) but been told by supervisor to start the presentation but have no clue what the presentation has to cover.

I know it is more the journey that was taken rather than the report but anything like a solid structure to follow.

thank youuuu
The presentation is usually supposed to be a summary of what you did/found in your project. You're aiming to give the audience a brief overview of it all at a level that they can understand (ie don't think that they will be experts in the topic you chose). There isn't a solid structure I'm aware of, you could just split it into "journey/findings/evaluation"?
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Talk about why you chose your question, the main things you found out/subquestions you answered, conclusion, strengths and weaknesses of your investigation
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