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How to work as a team preparing an oral presentation.

How to work as a team preparing an oral presentation.

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    Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Presentation Transcript

      • Freewriting
        • Organizing groups to work with a topic
          • Meeting times, member roles (leader, time/schedule keeper, researcher, writer (PPT preparation), presenters (distribution of work)
      • Tell us a story ...
      • Group work
        • Prepare your presentation (20 minutes) – Story Board
        • Refer to text (available in textbook or online)
        • Eva de Lourdes Edwards, PhD
    • (1) Title -Presenters (5)
      • Analysis of text / topic (1 or 2 slides)
      (6) (3) Research that provides background to topic (1 or 2 slides) (7) Presenters’ final remarks and future reading / action recommendations (4) Connection to local (Puerto Rico) and/or personal experiences (1 or 2 slides) (8) References (APA style)
      • What is the topic about? ... the background?
      • What is your reaction? Why?
      • What are the highlights?
      • What does it remind you of?
      • What are the symbols? Why?
      • Can you describe the language?
      • What are the implications?
      • _______________________________ ?
      • Prepare the storyboard. Divide tasks.
      • The program
      • Preparing the presentation
        • Creating hyperlinks
      • Editing
      • Printing handout (no more than one page, or brochure from an organization)
      • Using slide show view (shortcut menu)
      • Use information as a reference. Do NOT read everything to the audience.
      • Rehearsing
        • Never give a presentation without first rehearsing it. Sit in front of the computer and speak out your presentation while you advance the slides in Slide Show view.
      Creating a hyperlink: Select text/click Insert/Hyperlink/complete dialogue box
      • Preview and Highlight
      • Excercise Restraint
        • 6 x 6 rule
          • Six lines of text x Six words per line
      • Choose readable typefaces and suitable colors
      • Use appropriate graphics
      • Build sequentially
      • Create an overall look
      Source: Engleberg, I., & Daly, J. (2005). Presentations in everyday life: Strategies for effective speaking . Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin
      • Use UPPERCASE sparingly
      • Avoid using more than 2 fonts
      • Use Helvetica, Arial, or Times Roman
      • Use 24 point size or larger
      • Choose legible colors
      • Use bright colors to highlight
      • Use light backgrounds with dark text
      • Use dark backgrounds with light text
      • Avoid red/green combinations
      • Remember the 6 x 6 rule
      • Use warm colors (oranges/reds) to excite
      • Use cool colors (greens/blues) to calm
      • Use ample spacing
      • Use colors to organize slide elements
      • Group related data or points
      • Keep slide transitions consistent
      • Keep background consistent
      • Maintain a consistent color scheme
      • Maintain consistent fonts
      • [10] Time management (The team does not extend over 20 minutes.)
      • [20] Teamwork (all participate in a coordinated manner)
      • [10] Connecting to text (reference to pages, quotes, ...)
      • [10] Interaction with audience (eliciting information, inviting questions, asking questions, hands-on activities, ..)
      • [10] Use of multi-media (posters, charts, slides, board, music, computer, ...) Use of examples (personal experiences, analogies, books, songs, games, props, ...)
      • [20] Developing a convincing analysis (persuasive, original, supported, ...)
      • [10] Presentation skills (eye contact, not reading each slide, 6x6 rule, at least one hyperlink, one
      • or two good pictures, ...)
      • [10] Handouts (one page highlights, additional resources, related information, brochures, ...)
      100 Points