What's the purpose of your presentation?
There are many reasons for giving a presentation. You might want to start a discussion, persuade others to share your opinion, analyse some evidence, share information, inspire people to do something, communicate ideas, teach a topic, learn something, show what you've been working on ... ...
The purpose of the presentation affects the content you include and the style you choose to use.
Take a moment to think what the purpose of presenting the results of your EPQ is for you. What do you want to achieve?
For your EPQ presentation, you might want to:
- show evidence of how you approached and carried out the EPQ
- give an overview of the research you conducted
Presentations are an increasingly common way of communicating in higher education and working life, so presenting about your EPQ is an excellent way to develop your skills.