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Evaluating an oral presentation with slides

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English with ICT for science teachers; presentation guidelines

English with ICT for science teachers; presentation guidelines

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  • 1. what makes a good presentation? English for science teachers Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 2. Elements to consider Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 3. Elements to consider Delivery Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 4. Elements to consider Delivery Content Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 5. Elements to consider Delivery Content Slides Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 6. Elements to consider Delivery Content Slides Overall Effect Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 7. Delivery (débit) 1.VOLUME 2.PACE 3.ATTITUDE Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 8. DELIVERY VOLUME: TOO quiet .......... TOO LouD Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 9. DELIVERY VOLUME: TOO quiet .......... TOO Loud PACE: TOO S L O W .......... TOO Fast Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 10. DELIVERY VOLUME: TOO quiet .......... TOO Loud PACE: TOO S L O W .......... TOO Fast ATTITUDE: TOO TIMID ...... TOO overbearing Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 11. CONTENT 1.INFORMATION LOAD 2.COGNITIVE LOAD 3.ORGANISATION Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 12. CONTENT Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 13. CONTENT TOO MUCH INFORMATION ... NOT ENOUGH INFORMATION Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 14. CONTENT TOO MUCH INFORMATION ... NOT ENOUGH INFORMATION TOO SIMPLE ........... TOO COMPLEX Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 15. CONTENT TOO MUCH INFORMATION ... NOT ENOUGH INFORMATION TOO SIMPLE ........... TOO COMPLEX POORLY ORGANISED ....... TOO RIGIDLY ORGANISED Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 16. SLIDES (diapos) 1.READABILITY 2.ESTHETICS 3.BALANCE Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 17. SLIDES Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 18. SLIDES TOO MUCH TEXT ... NOT ENOUGH TEXT Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 19. SLIDES TOO MUCH TEXT ... NOT ENOUGH TEXT NOT ENOUGH COLOUR, TOO FEW ILLUSTRATIONS ........... TOO MUCH COLOUR, TOO MANY ILLUSTRATIONS Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 20. SLIDES TOO MUCH TEXT ... NOT ENOUGH TEXT NOT ENOUGH COLOUR, TOO FEW ILLUSTRATIONS ........... TOO MUCH COLOUR, TOO MANY ILLUSTRATIONS WRITTEN AND SPOKEN TEXT TOO SIMILAR ..... WRITTEN AND SPOKEN TEXT TOO DIFFERENT Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 21. BAD SLIDE • This slide is boring. • There are no illustrations. • I read exactly what you see. Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 22. BAD SLIDE This slide is bad too because there is a great deal of text to read and it’s not easy to see how it is organised. If the audience reads the whole text, they will not be able to pay attention to the speaker. If the speaker reads the text aloud, they add nothing to what the audience can read by themselves. The font is too small and there is nothing to motivate the audience to make the effort to read the text and follow the speaker’s argument. As a rule of thumb, you should use a font size above 20. You should also keep text to a minimum and divide it into points to help the audience see where you are. You can add additional information orally while we look at your slide. Illustrations, when well chosen, make your slides more attractive and help the audience to focus on your main points. Your slides complement your presentation because listeners generally do not listen intently throughout your presentation. They may “tune out” from time to time, losing concentration and thinking about something else. If your slides are well designed, your audience can find the thread of your presentation again by looking at the main ideas on your slide and the illustrations. The colour scheme is fairly nasty too. Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 23. BAD SLIDE Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 24. BAD SLIDE this slide is poor Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 25. BAD SLIDE this slide is poor because it is too different from the others Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 26. BAD SLIDE this slide is poor because it is too different from the others and the effects are distracting Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 27. BAD SLIDE this slide is poor because it is too different from the others and the effects are distracting Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 28. OVERALL EFFECT 1.EASY TO FOLLOW ...... DIFFICULT TO FOLLOW 2.INTERESTING TO LISTEN TO .... DULL TO LISTEN TO 3.STRONG POINTS (don’t change) .... WEAK POINTS (TRY TO CHANGE) Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 29. Evaluation of presentations Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 30. Evaluation of presentations Delivery Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 31. Evaluation of presentations Delivery Content Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 32. Evaluation of presentations Delivery Content Slides Tuesday 2 November 2010
  • 33. Evaluation of presentations Delivery Content Slides Overall Effect Tuesday 2 November 2010

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