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Preparing your presentation.pptx [repaired]

  1. 1. Preparing YourPresentation Richard Sapon-White February 18, 2013
  2. 2. Know What You Will PresentDo your background reading! Go beyond the initial articles Search for other articles or read cited articlesIf necessary, focus your talk on one or two particularaspectsCreate an outline Introduction Make your points ConclusionFill in your outline with notes
  3. 3. General StructureTell what you will say (Introduction)Say it (Main Points)Tell what you said (Conclusion)
  4. 4. Create Your PowerPointPresentationTitle slideOutline slideSlides for your main pointsConcluding slideYou may use another presentation software package ifyou prefer. Make sure it will work on the classroomcomputer before your presentation!
  5. 5. Keep in Mind…Illustrate your talkAvoid lots of textUse animations
  6. 6. Practice Your TalkAsk yourself: Do your points follow one anotherlogically? Do you make good transitions from one pointto the next?What questions might the class ask? Are you preparedto answer them?How could you illustrate your talk to make your pointsclearer?Time yourself (should be 30 minutes)!! Considerpracticing in front of a classmate, friend, or familymember
  7. 7. Final SlideThank your audienceInclude your name [and contact information]Posting site for your presentation Please post to SlideShare May also include links and citations for more information
  8. 8. During the presentation…1. Stand2. Speak loudly and clearly3. Make eye contact with your audience4. Take your time presenting, but avoid long silences5. Avoid reading your slides6. Enjoy yourself!
  9. 9. Final actionsAfter your presentation, please send your presentationto richard.sapon-white@oregonstate.eduIF you want feedback BEFORE your PowerPoint, pleasesend by midnight on the Thursday prior to yourpresentation time. I will send you feedback by midnight on Friday

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