In this assessment item, you are required to design and deliver an oral presentation around the case study provided for the Case Study Report Assessment. In the presentation, you are required to demonstrate an understanding of the case study (with critical context) and most importantly demonstrate your presentation skills.
The presentation will be delivered as a group consisting of the same members that would have been decided for the Case Study Report Assessment. The presentation will be of a 20-minute duration, including time for questions and answers (Q&A) session towards the end. There is no limit to the number of slides, however you are required to stick to the 20 minute timeframe.
A suggested structure for the presentation is outlined below:
• Title slide
• Presentation outline slide
• Introduction slide
• Organisational background slide
• Problems faced and Purpose slide
• Part 1 slide/s
• Part 2 slide/s
• Part 3 slide/s
• Part 4 slide/s
• Conclusion slide
• Recommendations slide
• References slide
Parts 1, 2, 3 & 4 relate to the topics specified in the Case Study Report Assessment. It is important that you read and understand the case study before designing the presentation slides.
It is expected that each team member will contribute equally. The group should collate a list of the key points to be covered as per the suggested presentation structure and assign tasks to each member, which they need to accomplish i.e. researching, developing slides and presenting. The presentation slides can be made using PowerPoint or other presentation tools such as Prezi.
On-campus students will present the presentations during the tutorial class and the presentations will be marked in the class. Some informal feedback will be provided by the marker on the day of the presentation. However, marks will not be released immediately as they will need to be moderated by the Unit Coordinator first.
Off-campus online students will deliver their presentations online via Zoom video conferencing. The unit coordinator will set up a mutually convenient time for the presentation, in consultation with all the group members.
During the presentation, each group member should speak for approximately three to four minutes. The presentation can reflect diverse viewpoints of the presenters. At the start of the presentation, one team member must introduce the presentation and the rest of the team to the audience. You are free to decide how you want to sequence the speaking responsibilities. Towards the end of the presentation, it is vital the last presenter summarises the presentation. This will be followed by a Q&A session.