Planning and organisation will allow you to achieve the best potential outcome for the module you are working on. This process should help you to make efficient use of your time, avoid unnecessary repetition, clarify your thinking, and make your materials organized and accessible.
Create a timetable
It is a good idea first of all to create a time management plan (timetable) for the assignment, which should include time for:
Before you start creating your presentation, there are some issues you should consider, such as:
It is important to establish what you want to achieve by making your presentation and what you want your audience to take away with them. Deciding on and developing your objectives will help establish the tone of your presentation and have implications for the design. Some things to ask in order to identify the objectives of your presentation include:
Considering who your audience will be when you give your presentation will have implications for the content you provide, as well as the tone. Please see the section on Presenting to your audience for more information and think about:
Knowing the location where you will be giving your presentation will help you plan and organise yourself. If you are presenting in a location new to you, knowing what audio/visual technology will be available for use during your presentation will allow you to plan and prepare how you delivery your information.
You are likely to be given a set of criteria in which you must adhere to for your presentation. Understanding these cretieria and planning your assignment accordingly will allow for a more successful outcome. Some of the issues you should consider and plan for may include