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POWERFUL Powerpoint- Julia Huck

  1. 1. How to Create a POWERFUL Presentation <br />By Julia Huck <br />
  2. 2. Step 1: Create an Outline<br /><ul><li>Constructing an outline is a very important step and should be completed first.
  3. 3. The outline should include what you are going to make a presentation about.
  4. 4. The outline should include how you want to present and the devices that you plan on using while presenting. </li></li></ul><li>Step 2: Decide on What Device(s) would best fit your presentation:<br />Nonprojected Visuals in teaching and Learning<br />Projected Visuals in Teaching and Learning<br />Traditional Video Technologies<br />Digital Video Technologies<br />Internet Video<br />
  5. 5. NonProjected Visuals in Teaching and Learning<br />Print materials can be incorrporated with presentations because they could consist of handouts or books used to deliver information that the presenter is trying to present. <br />These print materials could also be displayed instead of handed out. They could be displayed using a bulletin board. <br />
  6. 6. Projected Visuals in Teaching and Learning <br />Overhead Projector: Can present materials by projecting information, pictures, or diagrams onto a large screen. <br />http://www.tech-faq.com/how-overhead-projectors-work.html<br />Digital Projector: This device can be connected to a computer. The images or screen is streamed through the projector and is then displayed on a larger screen for easier visibility for larger groups. <br />Document Cameras: A video camera that is mounted on a stand, and captures and projects an image of what is placed onto the stand’s document table. <br />
  7. 7. Traditional Video Technologies<br />Broadcast Video:<br />The distribution of audio and/or video signals which transmit programs to the audience. <br />Narrowcast Video:<br />This is directed towards more of a narrower or smaller audience dealing with education. <br />Cablecast Video:<br />Cables used that are able to transmit cable television stations. <br />Recoded Video Technologies:<br />Recordings of video can be used to avoid scheduling problems of a classroom. <br />
  8. 8. Digital Video <br />DVDs: <br />Digital Video Discs can store up to 10.5 gigabytes of data. These thin, easy transportable, discs can play hours of full motion. <br />Digital Video Cameras: <br />Captures, and stores the target images in a digital format that can then be downloaded to a computer. <br />
  9. 9. How can these devices help?<br />All of these devices can help you present stronger because they can help present in a more modern way, and many of these devices make it easier to present to larger groups. <br />

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