The major strengths of both groups are that their presentations are colorful and attractive. They are comprised of visuals that are used to illustrate the main points covered in the topics being presented. Essentially, an effective power point presentation should be attractive and it should appeal to the interests of the targeted audiences. However, the main weakness I have noticed in each group presentation is that they are too brief and they lack adequate details to address the questions. A presentation that is not clear and precise is often difficult to understand. The targeted audiences often find it a bit challenging to grasp what the presenter is trying to say and this is a major weakness when presenting a certain topic to a certain group of people. The other issue is that both presentations were characterised by grammatical errors. For instance, the following statement obtained from the presentation about women being deleted from Ikea catalogue is grammatically incorrect. “They don’t really applauded with it because in the end they had to apologized.” You can hardly understand the meaning of this statement. The following statement. “Chocolate makers free to choice their partners,” is also difficult to understand. Poor sentence construction is the major weakness characterising both presentations.
I have noted that the presentations by the two groups have been briefly summarised and they are very short. Indeed, it is important to summarise the main points in the presentation but this should be done in such a way that the targeted audiences can grasp the main points presented. In case of these two presentations, the main points are too short and often difficult to understand. I think the two groups should have expanded a bit their points so that they could be easily understood by the targeted audiences. A presentation of this