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Mind-Mapping for keeping time in presentations

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IATEFL BESIG 2010 Annual Conference talk by Duncan Baker

IATEFL BESIG 2010 Annual Conference talk by Duncan Baker

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  • 1. Mind-mapping for time keeping in presentations
    Duncan Baker
    Lydbury English Centre
    IATEFL BESIG
    20 November2010
  • 2. Problem and Solution
    • How to keep time.
    • 3. How to slow down or speed up.
    • 4. By how much?
    • 5. Graphical Interface.
    • 6. Controls content and time.
  • Overview
    • What is a mindmap?
    • 7. Quick illustration?
    • 8. Clock watching with a mindmap.
    • 9. Practical exercise.
    • 10. Questions and comments.
    • 11. Conclusion.
    • 12. Resources.
  • Whatis a mindmap?
  • 13. Why use a Mindmap?
    • Use right brain (visual, intuitive) as well as left brain (logical, linear).
    • 14. Make new connections between ideas.
    • 15. Fast and easy to create.
    • 16. Multi-purpose.
    • 17. Easy to learn.
    • 18. Effective.
  • How to use a mindmap
    • Work out the contents.
    • 19. Prioritise the contents.
    • 20. Format the mindmap.
    • 21. Build to fit the clock.
    • 22. Arrow where necessary.
    • 23. Rehearse.
    • 24. Deliver against the clock.
  • A verybriefsample
  • 25. A verybriefsample
  • 26. 5 minutes of fame!
    Introduce yourself.
    Start with an attention grabber.
    Make one main point in the presentation.
    Try to break this into list of three.
    End on a high point. This is what is remembered.
    If you can add an element of suspense, so much the better.
  • 27. Resources
    • How to make a mindmap with Powerpoint- http://bit.ly/d4wtLl
    • 28. Mindmap- http://www.thinkbuzan.com/
    • 29. Freemind2010 http://sourceforge.net/projects/freemind/files
    • 30. Popplet - http://popplet.com/
    • 31. VUE - http://vue.tufts.edu/index.cfm
  • Popplet
  • 32. Thankyou
    This presentation is online at:
    http://www.lydbury.co.uk and follow the links
    from downloads.
    Email me on: duncan.baker@lydbury.co.uk