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Eml 3016 - Themal-Fluids III

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EML 3016C Thermal Fluids II spring 2001 The following is a list of guidelines you might want to implement for both the preparation and delivery of your in class oral presentation The same one we used for the first class A sample evaluation sheet is also included for your reference 1 Determine the audience for the presentation Your audience should be the whole class not only the instructor You can assume they have some background in thermal principles but you still need to include enough information to guide them to fully understand your works 2 Determine the allotted time for presentation and definitely stay within the time limit Our scheduled time for each group will be a total of 15 minutes I will expect a presentation no shorter than 9 minutes and no longer than 13 minutes Significant deviation from this time limit will lead to penalty Rehearse your speech and time it If you need to use video presentation make sure you take that into consideration when you time your presentation 3 Avoid using complicated mathematical relations Do not present lengthy details of how you derive them It will be sufficient to make comments so that the audience can understand how those relations were derived and what are their underlying physical meanings 4 Always summarize the results and conclusions with clear concise statements Do reemphasize anything of special importance 5 Speak with conviction and authority Show confidence and avoid using I suppose may be I m not sure Make sure you know your subject well and be prepared to explain and defend each assertion with fact 6 Use natural gesture to emphasize your arguments or just to attract audience attention Make eye contact with your audience and stay aside when referring to visual materials so that everyone can see it 7 Use visuals graphs highlights drawings whenever possible to emphasize an important point Keep visuals simple that just enough to make your point Try not to display your visuals until you refer to them otherwise the



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