Though, this all depends on the nature of the work.
To create a presentation from a full-length paper or article, you can pull out the most important parts of the article, based on the above list or based on the subheadings in your own article.
As you make each slide, remember to put a few words as possible on each slide, and place an image on each slide to convey your points visually.
Whether you're presenting a technical paper you wrote in an educational environment or one about how to improve efficiency in the workplace to your upper management, preparing the presentation includes the same basic steps.
You've already written the paper, which means you've completed the research on the material you're presenting; you're the expert.
That doesn't mean you can breeze through the presentation without any preparation, but it should help calm your nerves. You might be presenting to people you know in your office, or you could be presenting to unknown stockholders or faculty.It is however important that you focus on your findings, future implication of your work and limitation since it is the potential for future research.During a presentation method and data collection sections should be kept short.Don't regurgitate the same information in your paper.Instead, prepare your presentation to discuss why the key points are important or the differences between your point of view and a well-known paper in the same field.They want to see the real implications of the findings to the global challenges at hand. Think about the questions people might have such as: what data set did you use? How many months of participant observation did you complete? You should be able to go through all of the above in the first five minutes so that you can spend as much of your time as possible sharing the rich detail of your own data and analyses.If you have ethnographic data, you can tell one story from the field for each point you want to make.Presentation software can also serve as your notecards, outlining the bullet points of what you want to discuss without requiring you to read your presentation word for word.If you won't have access to the proper projection equipment, print visual aids on large paper or foam-core board.Practice your presentation in front of friends and family members and ask for constructive criticism.This helps you know whether you can stay within the allotted time constraints with your current script or if you need to tweak it.