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Effective
Presentation
Skills
Dr. Alaa Sadik
alaasadik@gmail.com
www.alaasadik.net
Effective Presentation Skills
Main PointsMain Points
1. Types of media and multimedia
2. Principles of message design
3. T...
The
Human
Ear
Text
words, numbers, signs, symbols,
equations, etc.
The ear consists of three basic
parts the outer ear, th...
Audio
human voice, sound effects, natural, mechanical, etc.
The
Human
Ear
The human ear consists of ...
Image
drawing, graph, photo, map, etc.
The
Human
Ear
Types of Images
A simple representation of
forms or objects by means
of lines, curves and
indicators to explain idea
or show relationship....
A simple and attractive
artwork that helps
simplify concept or make
an idea or relationship
simple and clear.
Illustrated ...
A group of pictures in a
specified sequence that
tell a story or illustrate
a phenomena with titles
and captions.
Sequence...
A complex picture
aims to explain the
similarities and
differences between
two or more objects.
Comparative Drawing
A map is a simplified
depiction of a space or
specific region, which
highlights relations
between objects within
that spac...
A poster is a graphic
advertisement aims to
post a specific message
quickly and simply in a
public place.
Posters
A chart is a visual
representation of data
(using lines, bars, pies…)
that displays the
relationship among
variables, usua...
Flowcharts
A flowchart is a diagram
consisting of a set of
specified symbols
(rectangles, diamonds,
circle..) and connecti...
Geometrical Figures
A two- or three-
dimensional drawing
illustrates a geometrical
concept or relationship
using accurate ...
Screenshots
A screenshot is an
image captured by the
computer to record the
visible items on the
monitor or another
visual...
A visual representation
captured using ordinary
or special optical or
digital camera.
Photographs
Additional Types of Media
Temporal
Animation
Video
Temporal
Multimedia
Now…
What is multimedia?
Multimedia
Transmission that
combine different
media of
communication
text, graphics, audio,
animation, video, etc.
The hu...
Effective Presentation Skills
Main PointsMain Points
1. Types of media and multimedia
2. Principles of message design
3. T...
Communicating Messages
To communicate a message you need a:
- Sender (to send the message)
Communicating Messages
To communicate a message you need a:
- Message (to carry the content)
Communicating Messages
To communicate a message you need a:
- Medium (to carry the message)
Communicating Messages
To communicate a message you need a:
- Receiver (to receive the message)
Communicating Messages
To communicate a message you need a:
- Domain (to facilitate communication)
Communicating Messages
To communicate a message you need a:
- Sender (send the message)
- Message (carry the content)
- Me...
Communication Process
Media & Experience
Dale’s
Cone of
Experience
Dale’s Cone of Experience: Note!
 At the top:
 provide more information,
 compress information,
 faster for those able...
Effective Presentation Skills
Main PointsMain Points
1. Types of media and multimedia
2. Principles of message design
3. T...
1. Writing boards
2. Flipcharts
3. OHP transparencies
4. 35 mm slides
5. Video
6. Models/real objects/samples/shapes
7. Au...
Writing Boards
e-Boards
Samples, Real Objects & Models
Samples, Real Objects & Models
Projectors
Smart Classrooms
Video-Conferencing
Presentation Software
The Web
Effective Presentation Skills
Main PointsMain Points
1. Types of media and multimedia
2. Principles of message design
3. T...
The design of PowerPoint
presentations should be
compatible with how people
learn.
Designing Effective Presentation
Using ...
One Mind, Two Channels
Designing Effective Presentation
Using Power Point
The Limitations of Perception
Designing Effective Presentation
Using Power Point
Learning by Acting
Designing Effective Presentation
Using Power Point
Principles of Effective Presentation
 The Signaling Principle
 The Segmenting Principle
 The Modality Principle
 The M...
Write a clear headline that explains the
main idea of every slide
People learn better when the material is
organized with ...
Break up your story into digestible bites in
the Slide Sorter view.
People learn better when information is
presented in b...
Reduce visual load by moving text off-
screen and narrating the content.
People understand a multimedia
explanation better...
Use visuals with your words, instead of
words alone.
People learn better from words and
pictures than from words alone.
Th...
Rigorously remove every element that
does not support the main idea.
People learn better when extraneous
material is exclu...
Some Final Words
 Communication is the key
 Text to support the communication
 Pictures to simplify complex concepts
 ...
Effective Presentation Skills
Main PointsMain Points
1. Types of media and multimedia
2. Principles of message design
3. T...
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  1. 1. Effective Presentation Skills Dr. Alaa Sadik alaasadik@gmail.com www.alaasadik.net
  2. 2. Effective Presentation Skills Main PointsMain Points 1. Types of media and multimedia 2. Principles of message design 3. Types of presentation technology 4. Designing effective presentations 5. Practice: Using PowerPoint and the Web
  3. 3. The Human Ear Text words, numbers, signs, symbols, equations, etc. The ear consists of three basic parts the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. Each part of the ear serves a specific purpose in the task of detecting and interpreting sound. ……………………………… ……………………………… ………………………………
  4. 4. Audio human voice, sound effects, natural, mechanical, etc. The Human Ear The human ear consists of ...
  5. 5. Image drawing, graph, photo, map, etc. The Human Ear
  6. 6. Types of Images
  7. 7. A simple representation of forms or objects by means of lines, curves and indicators to explain idea or show relationship. Line Drawing
  8. 8. A simple and attractive artwork that helps simplify concept or make an idea or relationship simple and clear. Illustrated Drawing
  9. 9. A group of pictures in a specified sequence that tell a story or illustrate a phenomena with titles and captions. Sequenced Drawing
  10. 10. A complex picture aims to explain the similarities and differences between two or more objects. Comparative Drawing
  11. 11. A map is a simplified depiction of a space or specific region, which highlights relations between objects within that space with navigational aids and appropriate scale. Maps
  12. 12. A poster is a graphic advertisement aims to post a specific message quickly and simply in a public place. Posters
  13. 13. A chart is a visual representation of data (using lines, bars, pies…) that displays the relationship among variables, usually cast along x and y axes. Charts
  14. 14. Flowcharts A flowchart is a diagram consisting of a set of specified symbols (rectangles, diamonds, circle..) and connecting arrows that shows step- by-step progression through a procedure, process or system.
  15. 15. Geometrical Figures A two- or three- dimensional drawing illustrates a geometrical concept or relationship using accurate measures.
  16. 16. Screenshots A screenshot is an image captured by the computer to record the visible items on the monitor or another visual output device.
  17. 17. A visual representation captured using ordinary or special optical or digital camera. Photographs
  18. 18. Additional Types of Media
  19. 19. Temporal Animation
  20. 20. Video Temporal
  21. 21. Multimedia Now… What is multimedia?
  22. 22. Multimedia Transmission that combine different media of communication text, graphics, audio, animation, video, etc. The human ear consists of three parts: 1. The outer ear 2. The middle ear 3. The inner ear Listen The Human EarThe Human Ear
  23. 23. Effective Presentation Skills Main PointsMain Points 1. Types of media and multimedia 2. Principles of message design 3. Types of presentation technology 4. Designing effective presentations 5. Practice: Using PowerPoint and the Web
  24. 24. Communicating Messages To communicate a message you need a: - Sender (to send the message)
  25. 25. Communicating Messages To communicate a message you need a: - Message (to carry the content)
  26. 26. Communicating Messages To communicate a message you need a: - Medium (to carry the message)
  27. 27. Communicating Messages To communicate a message you need a: - Receiver (to receive the message)
  28. 28. Communicating Messages To communicate a message you need a: - Domain (to facilitate communication)
  29. 29. Communicating Messages To communicate a message you need a: - Sender (send the message) - Message (carry the content) - Medium (carry the message) - Receiver (receive the message) - Domain (facilitate communication)
  30. 30. Communication Process
  31. 31. Media & Experience Dale’s Cone of Experience
  32. 32. Dale’s Cone of Experience: Note!  At the top:  provide more information,  compress information,  faster for those able to process it,  need more instructional support.  At the bottom:  involve the learner,  encourage active learning,  provide less information,  more stimuli and richer experience
  33. 33. Effective Presentation Skills Main PointsMain Points 1. Types of media and multimedia 2. Principles of message design 3. Types of presentation technology 4. Designing effective presentations 5. Practice: Using PowerPoint and the Web
  34. 34. 1. Writing boards 2. Flipcharts 3. OHP transparencies 4. 35 mm slides 5. Video 6. Models/real objects/samples/shapes 7. Audio-video-conferencing 8. Digital projectors 9. Smart classrooms 10. Computers (software and storage media) 11. The Internet Presentation Technology Used in Higher Education
  35. 35. Writing Boards
  36. 36. e-Boards
  37. 37. Samples, Real Objects & Models
  38. 38. Samples, Real Objects & Models
  39. 39. Projectors
  40. 40. Smart Classrooms
  41. 41. Video-Conferencing
  42. 42. Presentation Software
  43. 43. The Web
  44. 44. Effective Presentation Skills Main PointsMain Points 1. Types of media and multimedia 2. Principles of message design 3. Types of presentation technology 4. Designing effective presentations 5. Practice: Using PowerPoint and the Web
  45. 45. The design of PowerPoint presentations should be compatible with how people learn. Designing Effective Presentation Using Power Point
  46. 46. One Mind, Two Channels Designing Effective Presentation Using Power Point
  47. 47. The Limitations of Perception Designing Effective Presentation Using Power Point
  48. 48. Learning by Acting Designing Effective Presentation Using Power Point
  49. 49. Principles of Effective Presentation  The Signaling Principle  The Segmenting Principle  The Modality Principle  The Multimedia Principle  The Coherence Principle Designing Effective Presentation Using Power Point
  50. 50. Write a clear headline that explains the main idea of every slide People learn better when the material is organized with clear outlines and headings. The Signaling Principle
  51. 51. Break up your story into digestible bites in the Slide Sorter view. People learn better when information is presented in bite-size segments The Segmenting Principle
  52. 52. Reduce visual load by moving text off- screen and narrating the content. People understand a multimedia explanation better when the words are presented as narration rather than on- screen text. The Modality Principle
  53. 53. Use visuals with your words, instead of words alone. People learn better from words and pictures than from words alone. The Multimedia Principle
  54. 54. Rigorously remove every element that does not support the main idea. People learn better when extraneous material is excluded rather than included. The Coherence Principle
  55. 55. Some Final Words  Communication is the key  Text to support the communication  Pictures to simplify complex concepts  Animations for complex relationships  Visuals to support, not to distract  Sounds only when absolutely necessary
  56. 56. Effective Presentation Skills Main PointsMain Points 1. Types of media and multimedia 2. Principles of message design 3. Types of presentation technology 4. Designing effective presentations 5. Practice: Using PowerPoint and the Web
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