Basic Structure: The 3 Elements of a Presentation

A presentation’s basic structure is always the same. It starts with an introduction, has a main body and then a conclusion. This is obvious and always the case. Though it may be self-evident, this simple rule forces the creator to think about how to broach the topic and what they want to show at the end after the main body.

There are options for different substructures within these three basic elements.

Introduction

Einleitung - Hauptteil - Schluss

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