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ORGANIZATION OF INFORMATION

For stating the main points of your presentation you can use the following phrases:

In particular there are 3 main ideas which I wish to put/present you this afternoon.

I’ll start by arguing that ….

Secondly / second I’m going to explain (how)….

My third point is that …

Lastly / Finally I want to show

 

MATERIALS AND METHODS

Mention relevant ethical considerations. If you used human subjects, did they consent to participate? If you used animals, what measures did you take to minimize pain? Useful phrases:

I’ll commence / start with the most important argument …

One of the points I’d like to make is ….

Following this I (want to go on) …

The last point we examine is that …

So I have explained …just to remind you…

You may pass through all your presentation with the help of these phrases:

due to / thanks to / with the help of / because of …

besides / also / as well as …

further on / then

further more / moreover

thus

having taken into account / taking into account (the fact that / these data)

The main problem was that …/ The problem is that …

We faced with problem of …

It’s interesting / noticeable / remarkable that …

It goes without saying …

I’d like to focus your attention to / pay special (your) attention to (the fact that..)

Considerable attention is devoted to …

We considered… with special attention to…

 

RESULTS

1. This is where you present the results you've got. Use graphs and tables if appropriate, but also summarize your main findings in the text.

2. You don't necessarily have to include all the data you've got while writing your research work. This isn't a diary.

3. Use appropriate methods of showing data.

«The drug cured 1/3 of the infected mice, another 1/3 were not affected, and the third mouse got away».

TABLES AND GRAPHS

1. If you had a complicated protocol, it may helpful to include a diagram, table or flowchart to explain the methods you used. (Vis Aids)

2. If you present your data in a table or graph, include a title describing what's in the table. («Enzyme activity at various temperatures», not «My results») For graphs, you should also label the x and y axes.

3. Don't use a table or graph just to be «fancy». If you can summarize the information in one sentence, then a table or graph is not necessary.

You can illustrate your tables and graphs with the following phrases:

Let usshow / demonstrate you some photos (pictures / one of our diagrams / charts / graphs ) to illustrate this statement.

Let’s have a look at…

I’d like to illustrate / demonstrate…

This picture / figure / table shows…

As you can see in the picture / figure / table…

We suggest you some charts / diagrams describing…

As it is seen from the diagrams…

Conclusion

Conclusion is the summing-up of arguments and results of some work. For doing this you can use the following set expressions:

In the conclusion …

So, that concludes my point about …



To sum up, I have explained my main ideas …

To conclude this talk I’d just like to emphasize main points again …

Thanks for your attention!

Hope to see your again next sessions/conferences.


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