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  • 1. Creating an Effective PowerPoint What to do when planning a presentation Ms. Slosser Post Secondary Prep
  • 2. Your Thoughts
    • Take a minute and answer the questions in your journals:
    • 1. What goes through your mind when you are asked to give a presentation?
    • 2. What are trademarks of good presenters?
    • 3. Of bad presenters?
  • 3. Different Styles of Presenting
    • Speech without visual aides
    • Acting out a situation
    • Holding up a poster and talking (before technology allowed for better)
    • PowerPoints!!!
    • We will be focusing on how to improve your Presentation Skills while using PowerPoint .
  • 4. Before…
    • Have a plan of attack
    • Organize your information
    • Know the material 2
    Where do I begin?
  • 5. What Not to Do
    • The slides will show common mistakes
  • 6. Parrot PowerPoint 3
    • This is when you have too many words written on each slide, and you stand in front of your audience reading word-for-word from the slide.
    • The audience will see more of your back then of your presentation.
    • You cannot make any changes if you are simply reading word-for-word.
    • What if someone has a question?
  • 7. Can you read this?
    • Small font
    • Color
    • Script letters
  • 8. Spelling and Grammar 3
    • Evey errer is distrakting
    • U R a professional, use professional txt.
    • Punctuation! It matters?
  • 9. Animation 3
    • Movable type that flies in
    • Speed that goes with animation
    • Images that move too much
  • 10. Cohesion 2
    • Everything must fit together
    • Images, text , and background
    • Consistency matters
  • 11. Visual Aids are Good but…
    • Must match topic 2
    • Shouldn’t distract 2
    • Be cohesive 2
    • Enhance your presentation
  • 12. If You Don’t Believe Me
    • Watch this:
    • How Not to Use PowerPoint 1
  • 13. What to Do
    • Know the material 3
    • Concise 5-7 word bullet points 3
    • Make it readable 3
    • Images that relate 2
    • Include title and conclusion
    • Present to audience
    • EDIT! 3
  • 14. Present the Material
    • Look at the audience
    • Speak clearly
    • Answer any questions
    • Engage the audience 2
    • Smile!
  • 15. Things to Remember
    • Any distraction hurts your presentation
    • Practice with someone before
    • Time yourself 3
    • PowerPoint is a visual aide, you’re the presenter
  • 16. To Recap
    • What are some do’s and don'ts of PowerPoint Presentations?
  • 17. Sources
    • 1. McMillan, Don. “Life After Death by PowerPoint.” Youtube.com . 24 Oct. 2010
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpvgfmEU2Ck&feature=related
    • 2. McRitchie, Jeff. “Do’s and Don’ts of Effective Presentations.” Ezine Articles. 20 Oct.
    • 2010 http://ezinearticles.com/?Dos-and-Donts-of-Effective-Presentations&id=1001347
    • 3. Wuorio, Jeff. “Presenting with PowerPoint: 10 Do’s and Don’ts.” Microsoft Business . 20 Oct. 2010 http://www.microsoft.com/business/en-us/resources/technology/business- software/powerpoint-tips.aspx#Powerpointtips
    Don’t Forget to Cite Your Sources! Images: Provided by Microsoft 2003 ClipArt .