How to give a powerful presentation

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  • 1. How to Give a Powerful Presentation By: Lucy Johnson
  • 2. Step 1. Having a Good Visual Design
    • Must have a balanced design
    • Legible text
    • Minimal letter styles and sizes
    • Appealing colors
    • Provides unity and direction
    • Consistent and cohesive
    • Relevant images
  • 3. Nonprojected Visuals That are Used and Helpful in Presentations
    • Real Objects
    • Models
    • Exhibits
    • Graphics and Photographs
    • Flip Chart
    • Magnetic Board
    • Felt Board
    • Chalkboard
    • Whiteboard
  • 4. Projected Visuals That are Used and Helpful in Presentations
    • Overhead Projectors with transparencies
    • Document Camera
    • Digital Projector
    http://www.avistarentals.com/projection-equipment-rentals/projection-equipment-accessories/overhead-projectors.html http://techelemed.wordpress.com/ http://salestores.com/plusu701.html
  • 5. Learning With Visuals
    • Use color contrast to add interest
    • Include graphics but keep them simple and avoid complex diagrams
    • Eliminate unnecessary detail to maintain a clear message
    • Include minimal text
  • 6. How to Use Presentation Software
    • Be consistent
    • Use text effectively
    • Use special effects sparingly
    • Break down your message
    • Cut text down to the bare minimum
    • Edit information continuously
  • 7. Graphic Design Using PowerPoint
    • Only add images that reinforces your message
    • Remember proportion, relevancy, and theme when choosing images
    • Technical quality
    • Apparent motion
    • The impact of color on the audience
    • Contrast
    • Balance
    • Overall design
    • For more information on Graphic design guidelines visit: http:// desktoppub.about.com/od/designguidelines /
  • 8. References
    • I used the Teaching and Learning with Technology textbook by Judy Lever-Duffy and Jean B. McDonald and the handout titled Bringing Down the House: Creating Sensational Knock-Your-Socks Off Presentations: How to Deliver Your Message with Power and Pizzazz by Ian Jukes