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The Tell ‘n’ Show(SM) presentation method

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How to convert a bulleted slide into slides that communicate effectively. ttp://www.ellenfinkelstein.com

How to convert a bulleted slide into slides that communicate effectively. ttp://www.ellenfinkelstein.com

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  • A quick way to improve your slides is to use the Tell ‘n’ show method. It’s my term, but others, including Cliff Atkinson and Michael Alley, have taught it,. Your title tells your point with a sentence or caption. The rest of your slide shows the point with an image, diagram, or graph. Just like the picture book; the text tells the story and the picture shows it.
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    • 1. Tell ‘n’ show SM
    • 2. Components of a presentation
      • Content: Your message, its organization, your choice of words
      • Design: Images, style, layout
      • Delivery: How you stand, talk, and relate to the audience
    • 3. Components of a presentation
      • Content:
      • Your message, its organization, your choice of words
    • 4. Components of a presentation
    • 5. The possibilities are endless
    • 6. You CAN design your own slides For more ideas and monthly tips, visit www.ellenfinkelstein.com