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  • Making a Presentation (and avoiding bad PowerPoint)
  • starter Shared Docs > A2 Project Management > ‘Training File’ What can you do to make it into a presentation? Take around 5 minutes only
  • I PowerPoint
  • Why? Quick Visual Animation
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  • I PowerPoint
  • I’ve got a lot to say
    • That’s why I’ve got lots of bullet points
    • Because I’ve got lots to say
    • And if I don’t put it all on this screen
    • Altogether in the same place
    • Then I think you might forget it all
    • But what I’m really doing
    • Is giving you too much information
    • To take in in one go
    • Now sit back, fold your arms and stop listening
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  • retain more information verbal written
  •  
  • ?
  • less
  • these are some words
  • one word
  • word
  • Don’t need words, me
  •  
  • Cardiovascular deaths HIV/AIDS deaths =
  • Cardiovascular deaths HIV/AIDS deaths =
  • Cardiovascular deaths HIV/AIDS deaths = Globalisation of illness
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  • Have you got a PowerPoint?
  • Have you got a presentation?
  • I’ve got a lot to say
    • That’s why I’ve got lots of bullet points
    • Because I’ve got lots to say
    • And if I don’t put it all on this screen
    • Altogether in the same place
    • Then I think you might forget it all
    • But what I’m really doing
    • Is giving you too much information
    • To take in in one go
  • Decide what to do
    • I’m confusing your brain by making you listen to this being read at my own pace whilst you try to read it yourself at your own pace which is naturally faster than mine because I’m speaking it and you’re probably scanning it. Oh and this isn’t really a bullet point is it.
  • I know how to use Powerpoint
    • But I’m going to confuse your eyes
    • By making things fly in from this side
    • And then from this side
    • I’ve learnt some new skills
    • But I didn’t use them to help people understand what I’m trying to say
    this is PowerPoint
  • PowerPoint is NOT your presentation
  • 1 2
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  • Cardiovascular deaths HIV/AIDS deaths = Globalisation of illness
  • Detail?
  • supply the detail +
  • be more effective
    • show less on each slide
    • use pictures sometimes instead of words
    • create your own template instead of using
    • the same ones that everybody else does
    • above all, be creative with it – use it
    • effectively to capture people’s attention!
  • be more effective show less use pictures create your own template be creative!
  • be more effective show less use pictures create your own template be creative!
  • be more effective show less use pictures create your own template be creative!
  • be more effective show less use pictures create your own template be creative!
  • What do I need to show? According to recent statistics, 72% of the part-time workers in Japan are women
  • What do I need to show? According to recent statistics, 72% of the part-time workers in Japan are women
  • 72% of part-time workers in Japan are women
  • 72% of part-time workers in Japan are women
  • 72%
  • 72% of part-time workers
  • 72%
  • Why do we want a template? style consistency
  • I like this template
    • I use it on all my slides
    • It makes mine stand out from everyone else’s
    • Except for the 1,000,000,000 other people on the planet who also use it
    • Which means people are sick of seeing it over and over again
  • master slide
  • be more effective show less use pictures create your own template be creative!
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