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How to Create a Powerful Presentation
 

How to Create a Powerful Presentation

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This powerpoint gives you a better understanding of how teachers can create powerful presentations for themselves.

This powerpoint gives you a better understanding of how teachers can create powerful presentations for themselves.

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    • How to Create a Powerful PresentationFor teachers
      GretchenYoung
    • Research & Outline
      Research your topic!
      This prevents mistakes
      Ensures students will have the correct information
      Allows you to feel more comfortable with the topic
      Plan your presentation!
      Organization is key
      Ensures the presentation is coherent and consistent
      Students know when teachers are not prepared
    • Some options to enhance your presentation
      Bulletin boards
      Posters
      Models
      Real objects
      Maps
      Graphs
      Overhead projectors
      Transparencies
      Document cameras
      Digital projectors
      Broadcast TV
      Non projected Visuals
      Projected Visuals
    • Evaluate your options
      What is readily available in your classroom?
      What do your students respond to best?
      How can you clearly present your information?
      When designing your presentation it is important to ask yourself these vital questions.
    • introduction
      Oral Presentation
      Your Introduction should…
      Grab the students attention
      Gain their trust with you in control
      Prepare them for the presentation
      To do so you can use…
      Quotations
      Humor
      Analogies
      Anecdotes
    • The body
      Oral Presentation
      Your Body should…
      Maintain the students interest
      Keep a steady rhythm
      Remain on topic
      Focus on key points
      To do so you must remember to…
      Use the most important key points in between lesser important points
      Use no more than 5 key points
      Maintain eye contact and enthusiasm
    • Conclusion
      Oral Presentation
      Your Conclusion should…
      Reinstate the introduction
      Leave a lasting impression
      Open the floor for questions
      To do so you can…
      Re-summarize the main points of the body
      Final words should capture the essence of the presentation
    • Designing your Visual Aid
      Key Guidelines to Remember
      Relevance: only use elements that will clarify the message, not detract from it to maintain student’s attention.
      Coherance: include elements that support and enhance the message to avoid confusion for students.
      Consitency: all elements should be in harmony to send a clear message to students.
    • More Helpful Design Advice
      Text & Font
      • Never use smaller than 18 pt. Font
      • Never use more than three Fonts
      • Use minimal text
      Color & Background
      • Use a dark background with light font
      • Use color contrast to add interest
      Graphics
      • Avoid complex diagrams
      • Use pictures that enhance the subject
      • Use special effects sparingly
    • Edit, Review & practice
      Final Steps
      edit your visual aids to only include information that will
      COMPLIMENT not DUPLICATE
      your presentation.
      review your presentation for errors
      practice your presentation to feel more comfortable
    • References………………………..
      Jukes, Ian. "Powerful Presentations." Bringing Down the House:Creating Sensational Knock-your-socks off Presentations (2005): Web. 19 Feb 2010
      Lever-Duffy, Judy “Teaching and Learning with Technology” 3rdEd. (2008) Pearson Education, United States of America.