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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anastasiya Gulevataya
Teaching the Basics of Effective Presentation in Education
2018
The given graduate qualification work is devoted to the analysis of the problems of modern presentation culture in education. Much attention is given to the opportunity of a special training course elaboration for solving problems outlined in the research. The object of the paper is the presentation culture in education; the subject is teaching how to prepare and deliver effective academic presentations. The study was designed to analyze the problems of modern presentation culture in education and to elicit key stages and components of academic presentation.

The main results of the study can be presented as follows. First, the definition of modern presentation as an interdisciplinary skill is given, and also it is indicated that the development of presentation skills is highly important for education and career. Secondly, in the study an attempt was made to classify modern presentations and to characterize the genre of the academic presentation. Thirdly, key problems of presentation culture in education were identified. Fourth, the first step to develop a training course on presentation literacy for the academic environment was taken. Based on the analysis of 32 sources of four types, a Map of Key Components of Presentation Literacy was created. It includes 3 stages, 5 sub-stages, 60 components of the academic presentation, as well as 449 references to relevant chapters of books, textbooks, courses. Stages and components are described in detail from the perspective of a training course elaboration.

It was concluded that it is absolutely necessary to redefine the presentation culture in education in general and the culture of using modern visualization tools in particular. This problem can be solved with the help of a training course, which can be implemented at the three stages of continuing education.

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