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  • 1. This should be your name and what your talk will be on The date of your talk –
  • 2. Structure
    • Introduction
    • Point 1 – say what it is
    • Point 2 – say what it is
    • Point 3 – say what it is (for as many slides as you need)
    • Conclusion
    • Sources
    • Questions and Answers
  • 3. Introduction
    • This can be an overview of your talk
    • Does not need to be too wordy
  • 4. Point 1
    • Make sure you don’t write too much on each slide
    • Bullet point your thoughts
    • Think about adding photos in
  • 5. Point 2 etc.
    • Make sure you don’t write too much on each slide
    • Bullet point your thoughts
    • Think about adding photos in
  • 6. Conclusion
    • Bullet point your conclusions, maybe three or four
  • 7. Sources
    • www.
    • www.
    • Tourist information booklets
    • Course notes
    • Etc etc – try and give as wide a range as possible
  • 8. Questions and Answers
    • Thank you for listening, do you have any questions?