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Kara's Powerful presentation

  1. 1. PowerfulPresentation<br />By: Kara Finney<br />
  2. 2. Where to Begin!<br />Plan out your presentation and its purpose.<br />Is it to:<br /><ul><li>Convince
  3. 3. Persuade
  4. 4. Inform. </li></ul>Know your audience and use their interests within your presentation. <br />This will allow for the presentation to keep everyone's captivation.<br />
  5. 5. Organization is Key!<br />Make sure to provide clear and to the point information in your presentation. There is very little room to beat around the bush.<br />Ensure that none of the information is too complex for any listener. Pretend your audience has no previous education on the subject matter.<br />Each slide within your presentation should follow a basic outline:<br /><ul><li>Main Idea
  6. 6. Supporting Ideas
  7. 7. Closing statement</li></li></ul><li>Technical setup!<br />Master the software or device you are using to develop you presentation such as Microsoft Office Power Point or Digital Projectors.<br />Confusion with your media will create a disconnection between you and your audience.<br />Ensure the all the information in your presentation belongs in it by reading it over after you think your done!<br />Make sure the content of videos from www.youtube.com are appropriate for school and are used to enhance your presentation.<br />
  8. 8. Close Up!<br />Not only the presentations appearance is important! <br />Make sure you dress the part and show positive body language.<br />Pace yourself while delivering your message and also project your voice so everyone in the room can hear your message.<br />Moving around while presenting is not a bad thing!<br />Use your body as emphasis on the information much like another form of communication.<br />
  9. 9. Add Graphics!<br />Pictures, charts, graphs, video clips and more!<br />All these create points of interest for your audience and keep them entertained while delivering your information.<br />Pictures usually directly involve either the entire presentation idea or just the current slides theme.<br />Charts and graphs provide vital facts about your subject in your favor.<br />Video clips allow the audience to see what possible others think about your subject or possible a short documentary on the information.<br />
  10. 10. Wrap Up!<br />Ending your presentation on a good note is important!<br />Make sure you covered the material and left no room for any confusion.<br />Allow time for questions!<br />Giving the audience the opportunity to ask questions allows you to cover anything you may have forgot while presenting and make up for it.<br />Also remember to know any possible questions that your audience may ask.<br />If by any chance you don’t know the answer, have references for them. Possibly a website link.<br />
  11. 11. References<br />Powerful Presentations Hand-Out.<br />Kafelnikov, Vadim. "Presentations: HOW TO MAKE EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS: What Makes an Audience Listen." <http://www.1000ventures.com/business_guide/crosscuttings/presentations_main.html>.<br />Lever-Duffy, Judy, and Jean B. McDonald. Teaching and Learning with Technology. Boston: Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, 2011. Print. Chapter 11.<br />
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