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This is a presentation from Innovations in Learning 2007 about how to get your audience engaged in your presentation. Turning Point Solution tool was used with this presentation.

This is a presentation from Innovations in Learning 2007 about how to get your audience engaged in your presentation. Turning Point Solution tool was used with this presentation.

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Audience Engagement Audience Engagement Presentation Transcript

  •  
  • What statement best describes your soul?
    • I need to be saved…AMEN!!!
    • I’m only hear cause my spouse made me come
    • I already have salvation!
  • Who Wants Presentation Engagement? Matthew Halt AUDIENCE
  • Expectations
    • If I walk out of here with ________, I will consider this a good use of my time.
  • Engaged Defined
    • attract somebody:  to hold the attention of, or win the affection of somebody
    *www.dictionary.net
  • Engaged Defined
    • attract somebody:  to hold the attention of, or win the affection of somebody
    interlock:  bring something together and cause something to interlock *www.dictionary.net
  • The ‘Engagers’ Preacher Teacher Magician Politician Salesmen
  • Who do you like to engage with?
    • Preacher
    • Teacher
    • Magician
    • Politician
    • Salesmen
    Preacher Teacher Magician Politician Salesmen
  • The Preacher Spiritual Level Innate Senses Good vs. Evil Present
  • The Teacher Behavioral Level Learned Right vs. Wrong Facilitate
  • The Magician Imaginary Level Fantasy Possible vs. Plausible Present
  • The Politician Good of Community Sense of Pride/Duty Should vs. Could Present
  • The Salesmen All Levels Lust Want vs. Need Facilitate
  • Common Thread
    • How do all ‘Engagers’ engage?
    What is their common tool to engage people?
  • Who is the best story teller?
    • Preacher
    • Teacher
    • Magician
    • Politician
    • Salesmen
    Preacher Teacher Magician Politician Salesmen
  • Story Tellers
    • What do you think?
  • Adapting Story – Five Key Elements Grab Attention Narrative Style Relatable Storyline Be Invested Complete Circle
  • Story/Game Exercise Let’s Play!
  • Who had the best game?
    • Team 1
    • Team 2
    • Team 3
    • Team 4
    • Team 5
    • Team 6
    • Team 7
  • Exercise Debrief
    • What was learned?
  • Principles of Game Creation Involvement Relevance Excitement Bonding *Brown, Ron “Put More Fun Into Teaching and Learning”
  • Who Wants Audience Engagement? Who Wants to Play? 50 50
  • Name the Rev. Mighty’s Church?
    • Our Lady of Lost Hope
    • First Assembly of God
    • St. Charles
    • Second Chance Cathedral
    50 50
  • What one word best defines engage?
    • Lock
    • Attract
    • Mirror
    • Relevance
    50 50
  • What ‘Engager’ appeals to you Spiritual side?
    • Magician
    • Teacher
    • Preacher
    • Politician
    50 50
  • A Salesmen typically appeals to what conflict?
    • Good vs. Evil
    • Should vs. Could
    • Possible vs. Plausible
    • Want vs. Need
    50 50
  • Which is NOT an ‘Engager’?
    • Politician
    • Teacher
    • Magician
    • Statistician
    50 50
  • What is one of the first things you should do when telling a story?
    • Grab attention
    • Use a narrative style
    • Use a relatable storyline
    • Be invested
    50 50
  • What principle of game design suggests the use of real-life circumstances?
    • Involvement
    • Relevance
    • Bonding
    • Excitement
    50 50
  • ____ - Games provide a common experience which you/co-players can reflect on together.
    • Involvement
    • Excitement
    • Relevance
    • Bonding
    50 50
  • Which works with story telling and game creation?
    • Bonding
    • Relevance's
    • Complete Circle
    • Vivid Characters
    50 50
  • Another word to describe ‘Engage’
    • Interlocked
    • Close
    • Separate
    • Similar
    50 50
  • Who Wants Audience Engagement? Good Job! 50 50
  • Learning Objectives
    • Define Engagement
    • Identify the 5 types of ‘Engagers’
    • Identify 5 elements of story telling
    • Identify 4 principles of game creation
    • Convert to church of ‘The First Assembly of Engaged’
  • Information
    • Personal Contact:
      • [email_address]
    • Hardware Contact
      • http://www.turningtechnologies.com
    • Web Resources:
      • http://www.smarter.com
      • http://www.bbc.co.uk/learning/
      • http://www.trainerswarehouse.com/
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