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Presentation skills24693/3134/1819/1/63
Study guide

Presentation skills

24693/3134/1819/1/63
Academic year 2018-19
Is found in:
  • Bachelor of Journalism Studies
This is a single course unit.
Study load: 3 credits
Weight: 3,00
Total study time: 30,00 hours
Total cost price study materials: € 17,00
Total cost price: € 17,00
Possible deadlines for learning account: 30.11.2018 (Course takes place from beginning until end of academic year)
Nature: General mandatory course
Teaching staff: Mast Peter
Language course: No
Languages: English
Scheduled for: First Semester
This course unit is marked out of 20 (rounded to an integer).
Re-sit exam: is possible.
Tolerability: This course unit is tolerable according to the compensated fail criteria as determined by the degree programme you are enrolled in.
Preservability: The result of this course unit is preservable according to the terms of the program you are enrolled for.

Course Content

With the internationalization of study programs, more and more presentations are given in English. No matter how spectacular a project or its the findings, they only become relevant when they have been shared with others. A project is not finished until the results have been published or presented. In this course, we discuss general presentation techniques - e.g. how to use body language, the voice, and visual aids - and we give tips and hints on how to prepare and structure a presentation.

Type of Teaching

Education with personal contact
Lab30,00 hours

Evaluation

Evaluation(s) for first exam chance
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Exam period JanuarySchriftelijk examen100,00
Evaluation(s) for re-sit exam
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Exam period August/SeptemberSchriftelijk examen100,00

Course Sequence

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Course Objectives

The course 'Presentation Skills' is a course eminently suitable for students of all nationalities and specializations. This course focuses on various presentation skills. How do you prepare a presentation? How does it differ from a written paper? What are the consequences of this? And what do you have to watch out for when you are presenting in an international context? We also cover issues that are specific for presenting projects: - how to present tables and graphs, - how to organize the findings of different types of studies, - and how to deal with an international audience. We also become acquainted with specific presenting skills for television, in a television studio.

Course Material(s)

guidebook
Presentation TechniquesMandatory€ 17,00
  • Author: Manon van der Laaken & Bob van der Laaken
  • Publisher: Coutinho
  • Edition: Second edition
  • ISBN-nr: 978-90-469-0365-0
  • Medium: Paper
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