Oral Contributions to Tutorials and Seminars

The following criteria are applied when assessing general oral contributions to classes: -Coherence: clear and audible speech; development of argument in clear steps; consideration of possible counter-arguments.   -Relevance: focus on the points at issue, avoiding wandering from the subject at hand; use of pertinent examples.   -Conciseness: making points with appropriate brevity.   -Awareness of others: a good oral contributor does not dominate proceedings, but contributes to the generation of discussion between the various members of the class.   -Maintenance of interest: enthusiasm for subject; appropriate level of detail;…

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