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  • Use this file as a template to make a practice presentation of your paper. The items on this slide will provide some tips and instructions for creating an interesting and delivering an interesting presentation.
  • Replace “Your title” with your own. Select the title by double clicking and dragging over the two words. Then simply type your title to replace the text. If you have a subtitle, add it below. Click in the subtitle box and then type your subtitle. Also, replace “Your Name” with your own name.
  • Add a picture to the right side. Click on the second row, left side to insert a picture. The picture should relate to your topic or research area. If you cannot find one, you need not enter a picture.There is a saying that a “picture is worth 1,000 words.” So adding pictures and clip art to your presentation will make your viewer pay more attention. See the last two slides in this presentation and imagine what it would be like if there were no images.
  • List 3-4 main points of your introduction. What is the purpose of your research? Why did you choose this topic? What is the hypothesis of your research project?
  • List the most important steps taken in your research. What did you do? How did you obtain your results? List the key steps taken in your research.
  • Display one chart per slide to explain your results. Delete the sample chart on this page and paste in your own research data.
  • If you have more important data to present, add a second chart to this page. Avoid having too many charts on one slide. It is OK to have two charts, when you want to compare one with the other.
  • List the main results of your research. At the most, list 3-5 points.
  • List 3-5 main points of discussion. Keep your discussion to the main points and keep it simple.
  • List the main points of your discussion. Also explain the future implications of your research and how you could improve it.
  • List 2-3 key references for your research. If your audience is interested, they would want to look up some of your references.
  • You can replace the graphic image with another that you prefer. Or, use an image instead. The graphic on this slide is a Flickr photo found at http://www.flickr.com/photos/lumaxart/2364667079/ (OK to share and remix).
  • Add a quotation to help your audience remember your presentation. Replace the one that is on this slide. Select the text and type your favorite phrase or quotation. Be sure to give credit to the person who made it.Include your name and affiliation so that people may contact you if you have any questions.Smiley photo by GreyArea: http://www.flickr.com/photos/greyarea/1473/

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  • Meet Henry
    http://www.slideshare.net/chereemoore/meet-henry
    PowerPoint Design Tips
    http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson_images/lesson787/PPDesignTips.pdf
    Effective PowerPoint
    http://www.slideshare.net/rushaw/effective-power-point
    Sample Slides by Garr Reynolds
    http://www.slideshare.net/garr/sample-slides-by-garr-reynolds
    Create Your First Presentation (Tutorial)
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/overview-RZ001129842.aspx?section=1
    Presentation Examples
  • Your title
    Your Name
    Kansai University
    Osaka, Japan
  • Overview
    Introduction
    Method
    Results
    Discussion
    Conclusion
    References
  • Introduction
  • Method
  • Data Analysis
    Student use of communication technologies
  • Data Analysis (2)
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • Q & A
  • Thank you!
    Thank youfor makingthis daynecessary!
    - Yogi Berra
    Your Name
    Kansai University
    emailaddres@gmail.com