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Welcome to our gallery of customer furniture pieces that were custom built to satisfy some of our customers’ specific wants and needs. After all, at Eastwood Furniture, it’s all about creating the furniture of YOUR dreams – not someone else’s. From dimensions and style to wood species and stain, each piece is hand crafted to be exactly what you’re looking for.
It is necessary to make a structured presentation with an introduction, a development and a conclusion. The content of these various elements must, therefore, appear clearly (but not written) on your draft to allow you to present yourself as calmly as possible in the competition room.
In the introduction, you must show the interest of the subject, define the terms of the subject, ask a problem and announce the plan. Speaking, it is a question of specifying what you are going to do. So you say: “I will deal, in the first part, and will not do my assignment for me online
with … and, in a second part with …”. The announcement of the plan allows the candidate to show that he has a good ability to organize his ideas and the jury to know what are the points that will be discussed. Your development should be presented through a two or three-part plan. If the test relates to a legal or financial matter, prefer a plan in two parts. Each part must be composed of two or three sub-parts (prefer two sub-parts for a two-part plan). On your draft, you must, therefore, show the titles of these parts and sub-parts; then, you use dashes to specify in a few words the points to be approached within each sub-part. During the oral, you specify that you are addressing the part concerning … (give its title). Then you use connecting words to support your presentation: “first”, “then”, “to conclude” …