1. Use a first slide with an outline of your presentation
2. State clearly the hypothesis or problem that the study is analyzing.
3. Use a simple model to explain that hypothesis.
4. Avoid slides with just text.
5. Introduce the few critical concepts necessary for understanding the paper.
6. DO NOT discuss every single aspect of the paper. EXTRACT THE JUICE. Emphasize the important facts.
7. Be more dynamic and entertaining. Use ANALOGIES.
8. Go from general to specific.
9. Highlight the technical achievements.
explain the tested experiments in the article and include pictures
the presentation must have introduction, outline, research question, hypothesis, results with pictures , conclusions and questions at the end.