Oral Research Report Feedback

     Rick

Class Avg

Introduction: 4.7
Method: 4.5
Results: 4.5
Delivery: 4.6
Accessible: 4.5
Visual aids: 4.4

Personal Avg

Introduction: 4.9
Method: 4.8
Results: 4.4
Delivery: 4.6
Accessible: 4.8
Visual aids: 4.4

     Rick

April 22, 2015 -

I liked the way... you explained the results. You made it easier for me to understand and brought up some great practical implications.

One suggestion is... more visuals, less words. That's about it!


April 22, 2015 -

I liked the way you explained your results. It was very clear

One suggestion is to have a few less words on your slides (if I had to pick something)


March 25, 2015 -

I liked the way... you critically thought about the paper (pointing out the flaws of the paper)

One suggestion is... while the background information/need was important, it was a bit long for a five minute presentation, so maybe cutting down on that will get you within the time limit


March 25, 2015 -

I liked the way...you critically examined the article and connected need/purpose to the conclusions/implications.

One suggestion is... I would love to hear more about the measures, maybe seeing some sample items.


March 4, 2015 -

I liked the way...you had good pacing and focused on building a solid knowledge base with your introduction.

One suggestion is...maybe incorporating additional focus on the implications of the study?


February 11, 2015 -

I liked the way talked about the need for this study and why you think it's important.

One suggestion is maybe talk about the stats a little less.


February 11, 2015 -

I liked your visuals that amplified your presentation, especially the funny ones.

One suggestion is... I can't think of anything besides what Cary said--I would have enjoyed more time to discuss the more controversial aspects of the scale.


January 21, 2015 -

I liked the way... you provided a clear background of the research topic and explained the need for the current research.

One suggestion is... provide a more general summary statement about the major finding of the study. The image of the statistical results didn't contribute to my understanding of the study, since there wasn't enough time to locate the important statistics while continuing to listen to your verbal description.


January 21, 2015 -

I liked the way you emphasized certain aspects of the research article, especially in explaining what it was about. I also really enjoyed the visual aids. You spoke in a language that was clear and understandable.

One suggestion is you started off quietly and without much tonal emphasis, but this improved as the presentation went on.