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Although there was a lot of work in preparing for this exercise, improvements can always be made. I thought I could put together a presentation in 20 minutes and look over it once and be ready to present it. My slide show alone took nearly an hour to decide what was going to go into it and make it.
I then had to look over it and look into things I was going to say during each slide as the slides contained only small bullet points that needed to be further explained. Usually a lot more time would have to go into researching the topic of the presentation as I was very familiar with the topic and only had to research some small parts concerning the history of the sport and a how big the NFL is in the world.
In the rest of this reflection I am going to write reflecting on different parts of my presentation and how I could have done it better and improve it for the next time. I definitely found that to make a presentation on a topic the presenter must have an interest and a great knowledge of the topic.
For future presentations I believe more research must go into the topic if I am not so familiar with it. It is also important that if visual aid is going to be used you make sure that it will work at the time of the presentation. I found that structure of the presentation is very important so that the audience can follow it and understand the presentation.
I had a problem with this in my presentation. My presentation was poorly structured and therefore hard to follow.
For future presentations I will try to pick a structure that will suit my topic. I had a small problem with this in my presentation. I expanded too much into the structures of the NFL and left out key information about the rules and pitch markings and sizes.
For future presentations I will try to make the information in the presentation more relevant to the audience.
Nervousness is a major problem for many people during public speaking. I was a bit nervous during my presentation and I thought that it may have resulted in me leaving out parts of what I was going to say. I think that nervousness is a problem that can only be solved with experience and every presentation I believe that I will get better at dealing with it.
The delivery of the presentation is crucial for its success. The delivery of my presentation could have been better. My voice could have been louder and more variant. I think the solution to this problem is to practice more when getting ready for the presentation. I would like to thank my fellow classmates and lecturer for the feedback I was given for this presentation which helped me write this reflection and improve my presenting skills.Sample Outline for Reflection Paper The first section of the outline is the introduction, which identifies the subject and gives an overview of your reaction to it.
The introduction paragraph ends with your thesis statement, which identifies whether your expectations were met and what you learned.
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Introduction and Methodology This Personal Development Plan (PDP) is written with reference to my recent experience of working alongside an experienced chef and with a view to achieving my long-term goal of opening my own cake production business, in the future.
Page 3 of 6 Introduction. Reflective Essay: Sample Paper Format Introduction Common elements in a reflective writing introduction include: Q identify the focus of your reflection (e.g., your experience, a specific situation or story, an overview of a collection of experiences).
Step-by-step explaining how to write a reflection paper with topic ideas and a sample essay. Dec 07, · Develop your point through body paragraph(s), and conclude your paper by exploring the meaning you derive from your reflection.
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