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Mr. Hennings & Mr. Elsesser's Business Olympics Training Presentation for the 2013 Smithtown SOB Business Olympics.

Mr. Hennings & Mr. Elsesser's Business Olympics Training Presentation for the 2013 Smithtown SOB Business Olympics.

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    Your Guide to the 2013 Business Olympics:  Dress, Creating Videos, PowerPoint & Spelling Your Guide to the 2013 Business Olympics: Dress, Creating Videos, PowerPoint & Spelling Presentation Transcript

    • Your Guide to Business Olympics: Dress, Creating Videos/PSA’s, PowerPoint & Spelling! Mr. Elsesser Mr. Hennings October 9, 2013
    • Mrs. Coloe Guest Presenter & Fashion Extraordinaire
    • • Judges will be grading your appearance • You never get a second chance to make a good first impression. Your grooming and dress are important to putting your best foot forward. • You might want to coordinate your dress with your team members
    • • Suit with skirt appropriate length, no miniskirts • Pants suit or skirt with blouse and blazer • Pumps or appropriate business-like shoes, closed toe and low heel • Stockings • Minimal jewelry • Don’t overdo perfume • NO flip flops, sandals, sneakers, jeans, short skirts, jogging suits, tank tops, revealing clothing.
    • • Business suit • Dress pants, shirt and tie, no bowties • Dress shoes, dress socks • Belt should match shoes • Make sure dress shirt is neatly pressed • Make sure you are clean shaven No hats, sneakers, t-shirts or jeans
    • Last Minute Fashion Tips • Make sure to try on your outfit BEFORE the event. If your clothing is too tight or too loose, don’t wear it. • Remember your clothes are your image, check the mirror and see what the judges will see
    • HOW TO CREATE PRESENTATION VIDEOS (Public Service Announcements) PSA & SPELLING
    • How to Create Your Video: • Video creation for PSA purposes can really be broken down into 8 simple steps: – Step 1: • Choose your topic or theme. Pick a subject that is important to you. Keep your focus narrow and to the point. Your PSA should revolve around one main idea. – Step 2: • Conduct your research. Gather facts and current data on your topic. Statistics and references make a PSA come to life. Be convincing and accurate.
    • How to Create Your Video: – Step 3: • Determine your audience. Are you targeting Parents? Teens? Teachers? Community Members? What are your audience’s needs? What will “turn them off?” • Call for some type of “ACTION!” BE CLEAR!!! – Step 4: • Discuss how you will get your audience’s attention. • You could use: – Visual effects, dramatic pictures, messages, and music, etc. – DON’T OVERDO IT!
    • How to Create Your Video: – Step 5: • Create your script. Keep it to a few simple statements. • A 30-second PSA typically requires 5 – 7 statements. – A 60-second PSA typically requires 10 – 15 statements. • Be sure your info is up to date, accurate, and relevant. • Highlight both MAJOR and MINOR points. – Step 6: • Create your storyboard. – Where will you use each picture, sentence, music, etc. • See Charlie Brown Example on next slide.
    • How do you get from this… To This…
    • How to Create Your Video: – Step 7: • Construct your PSA. • Film your footage, record your scripts, type in your statements. • Use Windows Movie Maker (preferably) or iMovie – Step 8: • Finalize your PSA, make sure it fulfills your original purpose and meets all requirements. – 30 – 60 seconds in length. – Is embedded into your presentation. – Plays on a school computer. – DOES NOT require Internet to WORK!
    • How to Embed Your Movie Directly into Power Point 1. Click on Insert 2. Go to Video 3. Click on Video From File 4. (Go to where your movie is saved) 5. Adjust to desired size for presentation 6. View Show • You have to make sure that your movie file is Windows Media Player (WMV) file compatible. • Free websites to download software (if you need to convert your video file to WMV): – www.mediaconverter.org/ – http://www.convertfiles.com/convert/video/WMV-to-MOV.html
    • The Outcome:
    • Resources to Create Your Video: • Making a PSA using Windows Movie Maker – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xNobchvrZA • Basic tutorial on iMovie – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVhYPXdJChE • Using iMovie on your iPad – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6W_PUN9kB0 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCTQjmsCZRk • PSA planning presented by Girl Scouts of America – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eywBa0xfQFw
    • PSA Examples: • PSA Example—Make A Wish Foundation – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTMxYGZk1H8 • PSA Example—Hurricane Sandy – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zi7JAExceVVaF0 • PSA Ex.—Using only dramatic video/statements – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_YMQn7XdvI • Excellent example of a PSA script (needs to have images and/or video added). – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fqbj2ZS6fRE
    • How to Convert your iMovie to .wmv file www.mediaconverter.org/
    • How to Convert your iMovie to .wmv file http://www.convertfiles.com/convert/video/WMV-to-MOV.html
    • The Files YOU Need to Submit • This is what needs to be on your flash drive when you are ready to submit
    • DON’T
    • Baseball Baseball is a bat-and-ball sport played between two teams of nine players each. The goal is to score runs by hitting a thrown ball with a bat and touching a series of four bases arranged at the corners of a ninety-foot square, or diamond. Players on one team take turns hitting against the pitcher of the other team , which tries to stop them from scoring runs by getting hitters out in any of several ways. A player on the batting team can stop at any of the bases and later advance via a teammate's hit or other means. The teams switch between batting and fielding whenever the fielding team records three outs. One turn at bat for each team constitutes an inning; nine innings make up a professional game. The team with the most runs at the end of the game wins.
    • DO
    • Baseball • A sport played with – Bat-and-Ball – 2 teams of nine players each. • The Goal: – Score runs • Hitting a thrown ball with a bat • Touching a series of four bases • Have the most runs at the end of 9 innings – Get 3 outs per inning
    • Baseball • How to Play: – Teams take turns hitting and pitching against each other – Players advance through the bases and end at home plate. • Hits • Walks • Steals • Other Rules – Switch between batting and fielding every 3 outs • Each turn equals 1 inning played • Nine innings make up a professional game.
    • DON’T
    • •Started training at the age of 16 at Dance Impressions and The Dance Zone •Had a previous background in gymnastics •Training consists of jazz, ballet, contemporary, and gymnastics, with some experience in hip hop, modern, tap, and theater •Favorite dance style is contemporary •Backup role on the hit film High School Musical •Johnson was paired up with Dominic •Only in the bottom two one week •Praised for her passion, enthusiasm, talent, personality, strong dancing and versatility in the different routines •First woman to win the show
    • DO
    • SABRA JOHNSON SEASON THREE WINNER • Background – Started training at the age of 16 at Dance Impressions and The Dance Zone – Used to do gymnastics – Experienced in jazz, ballet, contemporary, and gymnastics, with some experience in hip hop, modern, tap, and theater – Favorite dance style is contemporary
    • SABRA JOHNSON SEASON THREE WINNER • On Dance with the Stars: – Johnson was paired up with Dominic – Only in the bottom two one week – Praised for her passion, enthusiasm, talent, personality, strong dancing and versatility in the different routines – First woman to win the show
    • The Bottom Line • Don’t over do it • Be concise – Speak to the points! • Spread out your information between slides • Choose colors, pictures, animation wisely
    • •... COUNTS AND YOU WILL GET POINTS OFF! •…CAN COST YOU A TRIP TO THE FINALS! •…CAN MAKE YOU LOOK FOOLISH! PROOFREAD!!! USE A SPELL CHECK!!!
    • We are here to help! • E-mail us Anytime! – celsesser@smithtown.k12.ny.us – mhennings@smithtown.k12.ny.us – ccoloe@smithtown.k12.ny.us PSA & SPELLING