Like any form of presentation of your research, an oral presentation needs attention to planning. If you follow the usual sequence of idea generation, wider reading leading to narrowed focus, and consideration of your audience and purpose, the next stage, structuring, should be fairly smooth.
Take a look at the following video on presenting effectively.
In this video Steve from Academic Skills talks about some important considerations when planning an oral presentation.
Planning and structuring an oral presentation is similar to the process of writing, except you need to be conscious of a live audience and use spoken language instead of written.
However, the final preparation and presentation differ significantly from editing and polishing a paper. The major steps in oral presentations are planning, preparing and presenting.
This module will help you to plan, organise and present your oral presentations. You will learn about language, visual aids and presentation style. You must be enrolled in the Academic Services Hub to complete these modules. If you have already enrolled, login to the LMS to access the Oral presentation modules ( http://bit.ly/FVASOralPres ) if not you can enroll here.