Planning Group Presentations
There are both pros and cons to having to deliver a group presentation. On the plus side, you can share the workload and might feel more comfortable speaking within a group than being in front of the class alone. But, problems can arise in group presentations.
Group presentations are less successful when:
- Group members don't work together to make sure their component parts of the presentation flow smoothly together, resulting in what feels like 2 or 3 separate presentations
- Group members don't practice or know what other group members will be saying
- Group members don't plan ahead of time and certain parts of the presentation are stronger than others
- Some group members don't adhere to an agreed upon time limit
To ensure a successful group presentation: