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Informative presentations

There are many ways you can help an audience to learn something through an oral presentation. You can give a straight oral report to the class where you talk about the topic. It can be a ‘question’ style discussion, where the audience asks you questions to try to increase their level of knowledge about the topic. Or it may be an oral exam, where your teacher asks you questions one-on-one to test how well you know the topic and how well you can communicate your knowledge. Informative orals can also include group discussions, where you talk about the topic informally within a group, in an unstructured question-and-answer format.