Presentation Feedback

Presentation Feedback

Provide feedback on the following areas:
Presenter Confidence: Was the presenter confident?
Eye-contact: Did the presenter make eye contact with the audience?  Did the presenter scan the whole audience using the lighthouse technique?
Body Language: What was the presenter’s body language like? Confident? Defensive? Aggressive?
Audience engagement/focus: Was the audience engaged/paying attention/interested/bored?
Presentation Structure: Was the presentation well-structured? Was the information well-sequenced? Were transitions signalled? Were the key points emphasised?
Quality of visuals: Were the visuals of good quality?
Use of Presentation Visuals: Did the presenter make effective use of the visuals?
Voice: Was the presenter’s voice loud and clear enough to be heard and understood throughout the room?  Or was the presenter’s voice too quiet/loud?
Pronunciation: Think about: word individual sounds | word stress | chunking | pausing | intonation
Language used: Think about range and accuracy in: verb forms | noun phrases | prepositional phrases | word order | appropriate terminology
Errors made: What language errors were made? Which of these errors impeded communication? Which were just slips?
Improvements to be made: What are the main areas to focus on? Decide on the key improvements to be made and tell the student.Mix good feedback with constructive feedback: good point /weak point
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