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This presentation was designed in the Pecha Kucha as a model for EME 2040 PowerPoint presentation project to not only demonstrate the Pecha Kucha format, but also to provide content in developing ...

This presentation was designed in the Pecha Kucha as a model for EME 2040 PowerPoint presentation project to not only demonstrate the Pecha Kucha format, but also to provide content in developing effective slide design and presentation.

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Pecha kucha Presentation Transcript

  • 1. PechaKucha
  • 2. Presentation & Design
  • 3. Context Matters
  • 4. SIMPLE
    Not
    Simplistic
  • 5. Visual Makeover - before
    When thinking about what you want to convey to your students, it is recommended to think about the visual aspect.
    Graphics
    Avoid, especially the traditional
    Think more imaginatively
    Photographs
    Use high quality
    Make them relevant
    Your own or Creative Commons Licensed via Flickr Advance Search
  • 6. Visual Makeover - after
    Photographs
    Can
    Engage
  • 7. Limit Bullets&Text
  • 8. Limit Transitions & Builds
  • 9. Taste
    Hearing & Smell
    Touch
    Sight
    Use Appropriate Charts & Graphs
  • 10. Use
    Color Well
  • 11. Choose Fonts Purposefully
  • 12. Use Audio or Video
    Video clip from Duarte’s Designs Five Rules for Presentations by Nancy Duarte
  • 13. Spend Time in Slide Sorter
  • 14. Reflect On Your Audience
  • 15. Know Your Content
  • 16. Rehearse
  • 17. Unlock Your Confidence
  • 18. Plan a Back Up!
  • 19. GIVE CREDITreferences
    Coleman, M. (n.d.). Various photograph selections from Flickr: colemama'sPhotostream. Flickr. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from http://www.flickr.com/photos/colemama/
    Duarte, N. (2009, December 16). Duarte's Designs Five Rules for Presentations by Nancy Duarte. Five Rules for Creating Great Presentations. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.youtube.com/watch?v=hT9
    Krieger, S. (2011). 12 tips for creating better presentations. Microsoft at work. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.microsoft.com/atwork/skills/presentations.aspx
    PechaKucha. (n.d.). 20 Frequently Asked Questions about PechaKucha 20x10. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.pecha-kucha.org/what
    Pink, D. (2007, August 21). PechaKucha: Get to the PowerPoint in 20 Slides Then Sit the Hell Down. Wired. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.wired.com/techbiz/media/magazine/15-09/st_pechakucha
    Reynolds, G. (2005, September 5). Presentation Zen: What is good PowerPoint design? . Presentation Zen. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from http://presentationzen.blogs.com/presentationzen/2005/09/whats_good_powe.html
    Satterfield, B. (2007, March 20). How to deliver a bad presentation. Tech Soup. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page6703.cfm
    Satterfield, B. (2007, March 20). How to design a bad presentation. Tech Soup. Retrieved March 22, 2011, fromwww.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page6702.cfm
    Top Ten Slide Tips. (n.d.). Garr Reynolds. Retrieved March 22, 2011, from www.garrreynolds.com/Presentation/slides.html
  • 20. The End!