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  • 1. Presentation tips By Mrs Bax Doon Academy Library
  • 2. Planning
    • Gather your information
    • Create an outline
    • Know your audience
    • Keep it simple
  • 3. Golden rules
    • Stick to the point
    • Tell a story
    • Rule of 3
      • Audience only remembers 3 things
  • 4. Slides
    • Keep them simple
      • Less text, more images
      • Limit slide transitions and animations
      • Have one visual theme
  • 5. Text
    • Large text 24+
    • San Serif fonts,Verdana, Arial, Trebuchet
    • No copying and pasting
  • 6. Colours
    • Two or three colours per slide
    • Good contrast between text and background
    • Dark on light – easy to read
  • 7. Images
    • Large good quality
    • Relate to text
    • Enhance presentation
  • 8. Rehearsal
    • Don’t just read out the slides
    • Have more to say
    • Be prepared to answer questions
    • Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse
  • 9. Be confident and enthusiastic Make eye contact with the audience Speak clearly and politely Delivery
  • 10. Self-evaluation
    • If audience listens and smiles
    • - GOOD
    • If audience look away, fidget, whisper, or fall asleep
    • - BAD