Project writing and presentation is
a prerequisite of getting a degree by a student, either for graduate degree or
postgraduate degree. You need to read widely and extensively so you can have a
lot of materials, combined with what your lecturers thought you, to write a
very good project. After the write-up, comes the presentation. To make a good
presentation of your project, there are some rules you need to adhere to. There
are some do’s and don’ts you should stick to, to make sure that your project
presentation goes well. First let’s see the don’ts, the things you should not
Project Presentation DON’Ts
    1. First, don’t just dump all your ideas down onto
      PowerPoint as a stream of consciousness. Only the main points need to be
      on the powerpoint pages.
    2. Don’t use covers, folders, notebooks or page covers
      for your thesis. If a standard staple won’t hold your project together,
      then you are doing something wrong.
    3. Don’t use data from a sample project data or a sample
      project obtained from the internet.
    4. Don’t copy the wording of a sample project word for
      word. Try to write what you read from the sample in your own words as
      your project topic may have different data and from a different
      situation, therefore the wordings of a sample project will most likely
      not apply in your situation.
    5. Don’t mix up different approaches throughout your
      presentation, e.g. if you start out using title case in your headings
      keep this going throughout.
    6. Don’t show your calculations. The supervisor just want
      to see your results. If your results look unreasonable, he will check the
      calculations himself.
    7. Don’t assume that your audience has the same level of
      knowledge about your subject matter like you. This is very important when
      creating cascade presentations and it is important that you provide
      sufficient details in the lowest level of knowledge for your audience.
    8. Don’t use 3D histograms or 3D bar charts if your
      thesis involves graphs and charts. The 3D style of charts are more
      difficult to interpret.
    9. Don’t use computer-generated graphs if they don’t
      follow the graphing rules given in your lectures. If essential, you can
      always draw the graphs by hand.
    10. Don’t create your presentation and then assume that it
      is unchangeable. After every presentation you do, you should think about
      the questions that came up and improve.
Project DOs 
      • To start, do prepare in
        advance of a presentation, don’t just wing it, as it will show badly.
      • Do write and submit your
        project on paper.
      • Do put your name, date and if
        possible the exact time you are presenting the project.
      • Do show all the information
        that is displayed in the sample project.
      • Do strategize your
        presentation on paper ahead of time, before you start creating it in
        PowerPoint. Summarise your story and the key slides with the key points,
        their objectives and key messages that you want to cover.
      • Do follow the rules of
        graphing stated during the lectures. If your computer program does not
        produce graphs with these rules, it is better to draw the graphs by
      • Do send your presentation
        round to family and friends for comment/feedback, where appropriate
        before the day of your presentation. They may be able to pick up on
        errors/missing information or add additional info/insight to your topic.
        But, be careful of sending out your presentation to more people than
        necessary; don’t lose sight of what you are communicating!
      • Do keep your work tidy. Use a
        ruler and/or graph paper to draw your charts and graphs. Use a word
        processor or typewriter to write your analysis if needed.
      • Do present the sources of all
        your data giving titles, publication dates, locations, and dates you
        obtained the data from the internet.
      • Do organize your project
        presentation with the analyses of graphs being near the graphs.
      • Do make sure the descriptions
        and analyses you write, are clear and make sense to someone who has not
        taken your course at a higher level or probably has forgotten their
        course work.
      • Do break up your presentation
        with pertinent images or graphics. Though it’s not everyone that needs
        them, however many people need to see imagery or graphical
        representations to understand as well as just the words on the screen as
        most people are better stimulated visually.


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