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Presented by Group 4 at UFMG - FALE to the Discipline Textual Production in English.

Presented by Group 4 at UFMG - FALE to the Discipline Textual Production in English.
Professor; Vivian Margutti
September/2011

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    Effective Power Point Presentations Effective Power Point Presentations Presentation Transcript

    • Group B: Melina, Talita, Heidi and Bruna
    • First steps
      • First create an outline of the presentation Keep it simple:
      • Include only essential information
      • Make phrase structure parallel
      • Avoid writing paragraphs or texts
      • Use standard fonts
      • Don’t use distracting art work
    • Slides’ Layout
      • Avoid more than two fonts
      • No more than three different font colour
      • No more than six points (lines) a slide
      • Avoid using uppercase
      • Use contrastive colors: dark text on a light background or the contrary.
    • Visual Effects
      • Don’t use different animation on each slide
      • Avoid elaborate effects
      • Include just relevant images
      • Image size implies importance
      • Use simple tables, charts and graphs
      • Use bold or color to emphasize
      • Speak slowly and clearly
      • Avoid repeating stalling words
      • Maintain good eye contact
      • Avoid “Death by PowerPoint”
      • Use attention grabbers
      When Presenting http://blogwise.paperfoolish.com/death-by-powerpoint/
    • Last Tips
      • Don’t stand in front of the screen
      • Don’t turn your back on the audience
      • Stand still when the focus is on the screen
      • Gesture towards the screen to draw attention to it
      • Always remember the slides are a tool and not the entire presentation
    • Bibliography
      • www.qub.ac.uk/directorates/media/Media,83455,en.pptx
      • http://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin/powerpoint.html
      • http://gradschool.unc.edu/student/postertips.html
      • http://writingcenter.gmu.edu/resources-template.php?id=54
      • http://www.microsoft.com/atwork/skills/presentations.aspx