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By David Newble BSc(Hons), MBChB, MD, FRACP, DipEd, Robert Cannon MA(Hons), MEdAdmin, DipTertEd (auth.)

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Face-to-face contact The second characteristic of small group teaching is that it involves face-to-face contact among all those present. You will find it difficult to conduct satisfactory small group teaching in a lecture theatre or tutorial room with students sitting in rows. Similarly, long boardroom-type tables are quite unsuitable because those present cannot see all other group members, especially those seated alongside. Effective discussion requires communication which is not only verbal but also nonverbal involving, for example, gestures, facial expressions, eye contact and posture.

It may initially be used to help select contributions and will ultimately be made available to participants. Contributors are often tardy in preparing their abstracts which is discourteous to the conference organizers and makes their task more difficult. The abstract should be an advertisement for your paper . It should outline the background to the study (very similar to the introductory section of your paper) and summarize the supporting data and the main conclusions. Quite frequently abstracts promise what they do not deliver so avoid becoming guilty of false advertising.

It is possible that you have already prepared a variety of tables, graphs and charts for the purpose of publication. Do not fall into the trap of thinking that these are suitable for presentation to a live audience. How often have you, for example, sat in a meeting where someone has projected slides of an incomprehensible and illegible table taken straight from a journal! The conclusions: this must flow naturally from the results of your work. You will be aiming to make one or two clear statements which you are able to make from your work.

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