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Powerful Presentation Assignment
Powerful Presentation Assignment
Powerful Presentation Assignment
Powerful Presentation Assignment
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Powerful Presentation Assignment
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  • 1. Powerful PresentationHow To!
    Lauren Reyes
  • 2. Key Points to Make a Powerful PowerPoint!
    Text and Fonts
    Background
    Slide Contents
    Images/Pictures
    Slide Setup
    For more ideas on technology use in classrooms:
    http://www.freetech4teachers.com/
    (Jukes 1-46)
    ("Last")
  • 3. Text and Fonts
    Do:
    Use italics rather than underlining
    Limit Capital Letters- slows reading flow
    Make a contrast between font & background with color
    Use Serif Fonts- allows for better flow of reading
    Always use large, readable letters to reduce the strain on the readers
    (Jukes 1-46)
    ("Byrne")
  • 4. Images and Pictures
    Add images that are related to content
    Position images on right
    Only use 1 image per page
    Use photos rather than clipart
    Find images that please the Rule of Thirds and grab attention
    (Jukes 1-46)
  • 5. Background
    • Rule of Thirds-
    • 6. When using images or large amounts of content, don’t place them in the middle of the page.
    • 7. Focus on off centering the pictures to grab attention- please the eyes.
    To grab readers attention, use white spaces to enhance the text and picture’s purpose
    (Jukes 1-46)
    ("Wemple")
  • 8. Slide Content
    Keep content short and simple
    The PowerPoint has minimal information provided
    PowerPoint is a guideline! Not the script.
    Take out all unneeded words that are just “fillers.”
    (Jukes 1-46)
  • 9. Slide Setup
    Keep the slides easy to look at:
    NO overhang sentences
    Title &text to the left of the slides
    Keep backgrounds dark and text at a color that will bring attention
    Use one transition for entire presentation to reduce distractions
    Don’t use outrageous special effects; keep it professional but interesting
    Use a basic form for each slide; uniformity is key
    Slides need to be evenly split for attention between text and images
    Don’t overload each page with either content
    (Jukes 1-46)
  • 10. References!
    Content
    Jukes, Ian. "Bringing Down the House: Creating Sensational Knock-Your Socks Off Presentations: How to Deliver Your Message with Power and Pizzazz." InfoSavvy Group May 2005. 1-46. InfoSavvy. Web. 23 Sep 2011.
    Images
    "15 Inspirational Quotes on Being Successful." Graphic. "Likeablequotes". First Last. likeablequotes, 2010. Web. 23 Sep 2011.
    "#2 Secret to Better Motorcycle Photography is to Use the Rule of Thirds." Photograph. Bike Rally Photography. Tim Wemple. Bike Rally Photography Blog, 2010. Web. 23 Sep 2011.
    "Using Technology to Find Students." Photograph. Free Technology for Teachers. Richard Byrne. Web. 23 Sep 2011.
    "Technology in the Classroom." Photograph. First Year Teaching Tips. Blogger, 2010. Web. 23 Sep 2011.

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