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  • The main focus for this week is: Beginning your literature review
  • Take a few minutes to jot down some ideas here.
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  • Source: http://sixminutes.dlugan.com/speech-preparation-1-how-to-prepare-presentation/
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  • Source: http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/quickrefs/20-editing-proofreading.xml Subject-verb agreement Do subjects and their verbs agree in number, particularly when a long or complex subject precedes the main verb? Correct   The lecturer, as well as some of the tutors,  is  planning a test for next week.
  • Source: http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/quickrefs/20-editing-proofreading.xml Pronouns Do pronouns refer clearly to an antecedent? If you leave the book on the table, you can take  it  after the class. Does the  it  refer to the table or the book?
  • Body language keeps eye contact all the time, slowly scanning all of the audience; does not read notes or slides uses gestures smoothly, naturally to emphasize or illustrate points moves with purpose good, confident posture well presented, with appropriate clothing Speaking speaks clearly; at a good pace good volume and ; change of tone to maintain interest rarely uses filler words pronounces words correctly speaks in a style that is appropriate for the occasion adds variety to speaking style (lower or higher volume, change of pace, use of character voices) uses pauses for dramatic effect or to let ideas sink in
  • Body language keeps eye contact all the time, slowly scanning all of the audience; does not read notes or slides uses gestures smoothly, naturally to emphasize or illustrate points moves with purpose good, confident posture well presented, with appropriate clothing Speaking speaks clearly; at a good pace good volume and ; change of tone to maintain interest rarely uses filler words pronounces words correctly speaks in a style that is appropriate for the occasion adds variety to speaking style (lower or higher volume, change of pace, use of character voices) uses pauses for dramatic effect or to let ideas sink in
  • Source: http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/quickrefs/20-editing-proofreading.xml Run-on sentences Have you divided run-on sentences into two by using either a full stop or a semi colon? Correct  : We can see changes but not learning itself; the concept is theoretical and hence not directly observable.
  • Source: http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/quickrefs/20-editing-proofreading.xml Parallel Structures Are components of your sentence grammatically equal?
  • Source: http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/quickrefs/20-editing-proofreading.xml Articles (a/an/the/zero article) Is the noun countable or uncountable, specific or general? Does the noun require an article, and if so, which one? Normally, uncountable nouns cannot be pluralised in English: eg information, evidence, advice, knowledge.
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  • What is the issue here?
  • What is the issue here?
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  • 302 week 9

    1. 1. PMO 302Week 9Implementation phase 1
    2. 2. Today…• lit review…– What now?– Present key findings• about the interim projectpresentations• project diaries• meet with supervisors
    3. 3. MEET WITHSUPERVISORS
    4. 4. Do your diary1. Work completed– progresssince last meeting2. What’s going well and why?3. What’s not going well andwhy?4. Meeting/ discussion points5. Plan for next week
    5. 5. SupervisorsSami Peter Barbara9 – 10 9 – 10 9 - 10Mostafa Taiheng] Mari]Jason Asad ]Shyam Matthew JamesShigang Rishi MichaelRico Brendan
    6. 6. LIT REVIEW – WHATNEXT?
    7. 7. Learnings…..• what have you learned abouthow to go about your project?• what are the normaldevelopment processesassociated with your topic?• WHAT ARE YOU GOINGTO DO NEXT?
    8. 8. Learnings…..• Jot down some ideas• Be prepared to share with theperson near you.
    9. 9. Next steps….Review & update yourproject plan……What changes are you likely to makenow?Implementation/researchplanMake a plan of what you are going todo nextConfirm with your supervisor
    10. 10. PRESENTING SKILLS
    11. 11. Try this……
    12. 12. Try it out……Jot down 3 importantthings that you foundout in your litreview.Be prepared to tellus three things about1 of your importantareasYou need your lit review
    13. 13. You have ……Tell us about 1important thing….Class will give youfeedback on yourpresentation1 minute, 1slide
    14. 14. criteriaBody Language• eye contact• reading notes orslides• use of gesture• posture• personalpresentationSpeaking• clarity• page• volume• intonation• filler words• pronunciation• appropriateness• pauses
    15. 15. criteria
    16. 16. who goes first?Jamal Charles Krishnan Sami Barbara PeterAbdul Daniel James Mostafa Mari TaihengRoy Anup Sandeep Jason James AsadExequiel Lalit Lila raj Shyam Michael MatthewKan Kabindra Deependra Shigang Brendan RishiRico
    17. 17. INTERIM PRESENTATIONBRIEFING
    18. 18. Interim Report presentationWhat, where how whenWhat: 7-10 min presentation + 2 -3 minvideoWhen: Wednesday, Week12Where: Purple 12.1.15How much: 30%
    19. 19. TaskPrepare a multimedia presentation thatoutlines key aspects of your project workduring semester 1 and a work plan forsemester 2.2 -3 min video
    20. 20. Purpose – why?• Demonstrate your understanding bydeveloping visual tools to support theexplanation of complex technical information• Professionally deliver scientific/ technicalideas in an audio-visual format.• Demonstrate your ability to combine a rangeof presentation media to effectively engagean audience
    21. 21. 4- 5 minsoral2 -3 minsslides3 elements
    22. 22. Structure• A formal greeting• An orientation to your project topic• A video of the literature reviewfindings• An explanation of how these ideaswill be used to conduct your project• General project implementationapproach• Achievements to date• A semester 2 work plan.• A conclusion
    23. 23. Criteria for assessment• Oral communication skills [25%]– Body language– Speaking– Question response• Content [25%]• Communicating with ICT’s [50%]– Research video– Presentation software
    24. 24. Get startedDownload thetask & criteriaBegin thinkingabout what youwill do first!
    25. 25. Questions
    26. 26. Next Week• What’s next ……– Communicating ideas with video• Sharing your implementationideas.
    27. 27. SupervisorsJamal Charles Krishnan11 - 12 11 - 12 9 – 10Abdul Daniel JamesRoy Anup SandeepExequiel Lalit Lila rajKan Kabindra DeependraCraig(ext)

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