You should present for ~8 minutes (and there will be ~2 minutes for questions)
The presentation should feel conversational, so DO NOT READ your notes. You should rehearse the presentation so that you are confident (but also so that it feels conversational).
Use lots of visual images
-what was your question and why?
What animal did you study (note that the Genus is capitalized and italicized and the species is italicized but not capitalized: Tursiops truncatus)
-methods: how did you address your question
schematic and/or photos of methods
WHAT WERE YOUR TREATMENTS (independent variables)
WHAT DID YOU MEASURE (dependent variables)
graphs and /or tables (explain axes)
what do your results mean?
(-bullets are ok)
Return to your original question
If appropriate, include a do next
DO NOT APOLOGIZE FOR YOUR EXPERIMENTS
DO NOT HAVE YOUR VOICE GO UP AT THE END OF A SENTENCE
TRY NOT TO USE FILLER WORDS (like, um, ya know)