Rules for a Good Presentation

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Rules for a Good Presentation Susan Gluckman Winter Park High School Spring 2006

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The Process Research theme and create content Develop introduction Deliver introduction

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Proportionally Research subject and create content Develop introduction Deliver introduction

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Developing Content Presentations ought to be more about thoughts than blaze.

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Developing Content Read the task directions! Investigate subject range Document wellsprings of data Organize data Outline or storyboard

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Developing Content Maintain Depth and Complexity Provide Sufficient Evidence Supplement Slides with Text and Data

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Design Artfully Design Artfully Select Powerful Images Eliminate Distractions Distil Words Honor Criteria Originality Harmony Restraint Balance Proportion

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Getting Started with PowerPoint Title and your name on first slide Name and spare the record on H drive (see educator headings) SAVE habitually as you work

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Design Select a layout (Slide Design) Modify Color Scheme if sought Modify format if wanted (utilize the Slide Master) Background picture Font style Bullet style Design ought to supplement not overpower

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Appropriate foundation Textured or designed foundations make it difficult to peruse the content. Finished or designed foundations make it difficult to peruse the content.

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Make content lucid Use high difference amongst content and foundation. Utilize high difference amongst content and foundation. Utilize high difference amongst content and foundation.

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Appropriate textual style Select a clear text style Sans Serif text styles are best for the screen Arial is a decent sans serif text style Verdana is a decent sans serif textual style Tahoma is a decent sans serif textual style Serif textual styles are most likely alright Script text styles take any longer to peruse

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Recommendations Use a current layout and standard placeholders Text measuring will be programmed Modify Slide Master to roll out worldwide improvements to style

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Page Transitions Use negligibly

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Page Transitions Too much is irritating

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Page Transitions And occupies from your introduction

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Text movements Use impacts insignificantly Too much gets to be distinctly irritating And diverts from your introduction Some impacts appear to bring about movement disorder

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Text activitys Display message bit by bit To keep the emphasis On the present point (This impact is called Appear)

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How much content? Try not to utilize an excessive amount of content on a page since it is difficult to peruse and the crowd will focus on perusing and not tuning in. Utilize the introduction to underline the significant focuses, however fill in the rest with your verbal introduction. Utilize bulleted content not passages, truth be told, don't utilize finish sentences. Try not to attempt to stick everything on one page, but instead separate it into various pages on the off chance that it is truly imperative.

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How much content? Insignificant content on each slide Major focuses just Use verbal introduction to finish One noteworthy thought for every slide

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Recommendations Include just 3-7 focuses (slug) per slide and 3-7 words for every shot No total sentences Do not demonstrate each point on a slide without a moment's delay or your gathering of people will read ahead and quit tuning in to the introduction Try to utilize pictures, not content, to do the talking

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Clip Art Use negligibly Use just in the event that it adds to the introduction Do not use for "designs"

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Images – Citing sources Source Citation: "Van Gogh, Vincent." Gogh, Vincent van, painting. Corbis-Bettmann. Recreated by authorization. Understudy Resource Center. Thomson Gale. 22 February 2006 <> Vincent van Gogh

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Resizing Images Maintain appropriate extents of picture Use the corner handles Format Picture and set size with Lock Aspect Ratio checked

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Bibliography What does the educator need? References in PowerPoint Separate Bibliography

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Test for Projection Projected pictures presumably won't be as brilliant View PC screen from six feet Is content discernable?

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Design Artfully (once more) Select effective pictures Non-pertinent pictures occupy Distil words Overall introduction ought to have these properties: Harmony Restraint Originality Proportion Balance

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Final Preparation Check spelling and punctuation Test from start to finish Practice verbal introduction

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Deliver Professionally Speak with Conviction Maintain Eye Contact Avoid Reading