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    • Powerful Presentation Guidelines
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      By: Jeanette Owadally
    • Preparation + Planning + Execution = S u c ce s s
      When planning a presentation make sure to pick a software that best suits your Audience
      Types of software:
      - Overhead projectors
      - Digital projectors
      - Document cameras
    • Transparency guidelines
      • Maintain eye appeal through color and contrast
      • Limit content
      • Include Graphics
    • Before using presentation software
      1.Start with the end in mind
      2. Research (materials , audience , software)
      3. Outline
      4. Build your first draft
      5. Choose a structure
      6. Use narrative
      7. Develop an effective opening
      8. Craft the body of your message
      9. Organize the flow of your presentation
      10. Build in repetition
    • Steps to creating a presentation:
      1. Be consistent
      2. Use text effectively
      3. Pick a software that suits your audience
      4. Use special effects sparingly , use pictures of graphics and illustrate point
      5. Streamline materials'
      6. Create a template
      7. Break down your message into bit-sized pieces
      8. Less is More
      9. Edit, Review Practice
    • When presenting. . . .
      1. Start with a strong argument to grab the audiences' attention.
      2. Don’t talk to fast or slow & avoid “Ums”.
      3. Stay enthusiastic and positive!
      4. Don’t be nervous.. You’re the expert.
      5. Use appropriate tone of voice and body language.
      6. Check Clock to make sure your on task.
    • Remember . . . . .
      “ It’s not the subject that makes a presentation Powerful; it’s how you present it”
    • Helpful Videos
      How to Control nerves when giving Presentation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyUMCpC82fQ
      How to create a Power Point Presentation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUqIDs5MZxM
    • References
      Jukes, Ian. "Bringing Down the House:CreatingSensational Knock- Your- Socks off Presentations:How to Deliver your message with Power and Pizzaz." May 2005. http://www.infosavvygroup.com.
      McDonald, Judy Lever-Duffy & Jean B. Teaching and Learning with Technology. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data, 2008.
      http://ezinearticles.com/?10-Tips-For-Powerful Presentations&id=1279572
      http://web.mac.com/iajukes/thecommittedsardine/Funny_Stuff.html
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyUMCpC82fQ