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How To Use Power Point Effectively
How To Use Power Point Effectively
How To Use Power Point Effectively
How To Use Power Point Effectively
How To Use Power Point Effectively
How To Use Power Point Effectively
How To Use Power Point Effectively
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How To Use Power Point Effectively
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How To Use Power Point Effectively

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  • 1. Judy Schaefer How to Use PowerPoint Effectively
  • 2. Power Point
    • Slides
    • Graphics
    • Multimedia
    • Hyperlinks
    • Printing Options
  • 3. Slides
    • Student
      • Organizing reports
      • Presenting Oral Reports
      • Preparing for Real-World Applications for presentation software
    • Teacher
      • Presenting Content
      • Presenting to Colleagues
  • 4. Graphics
    • Teachers and Students
      • Allows the presenter to enrich a presentation with visually exciting material.
  • 5. Multimedia
    • Teachers
      • Include elements that can reach a multitude of learning styles.
    • Students
      • Gives an opportunity to learn and enhance content presentations
  • 6. Hyperlinks
    • Teachers
      • Lesson Extensions using the Internet.
    • Students
      • Opportunity to use PowerPoint as a study aid.
      • Presentations that can be enhanced through the use of a website.
  • 7. Print Options
    • Outlines and Presentation Printouts assist both teachers and students in note taking and report giving.
    • After the presentation, offer your students a print out of your presentation to help them retain the information.
    • An outline of your presentation can also help students take effective notes.
  • 8. Helpful Hints
      • On screens people prefer sans-serif fonts—fonts without a tail (like Verdana).
      • Too many unrelated pictures are just a distraction.
      • Use dark text on light backgrounds.
      • Stay away from distractions such as animations and sound effects.
      • Keep your presentation short, you lose your audience’s attention in about 10 minutes.
  • 9. In the Classroom
    • Teacher presenting content
      • http://jc-schools.net/PPts-math.html
    • Students Reporting on content
    • www2.kpr.edu.on.ca/acvi/ studentpowerpoint / powerpoint .htm

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