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Why Preach with PowerPoint?

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  • 1. planning, creating and presenting EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS PART ONE - WHY?
  • 2. Why preach with PowerPoint?
  • 3. need to COMPETE
  • 4. less more LEFT RIGHT BRAIN BRAIN brain activity DROPS
  • 5. need to ATTRACT younger people
  • 6. Why preach with PowerPoint? our brains process information VISUALLY
  • 7. Brain Rules John Medina www.brainrules.net
  • 8. VISION trumps all other senses!
  • 9. 10% 65% our MEMORY is visual
  • 10. our MEMORY is visual
  • 11. our MEMORY is visual
  • 12. our MEMORY is visual
  • 13. our MEMORY is visual
  • 14. our MEMORY is visual
  • 15. we have a PROBLEM...
  • 16. THE LAW OF BIOGENESIS ! George Wald, Nobel Laureate of Harvard University, once This is stated in speaking about the origin of life on the Earth: ! “The reasonable view was to believe in spontaneous generation; the only alternative, to believe in a single, primary act of supernatural creation. There is no third alternative.” NOT ! In that same article, Dr. Wald went on to remark: ! “Most modern biologists, having reviewed with satisfaction the downfall of the spontaneous generation hypothesis, yet unwilling to accept the alternative belief VISUAL! in special creation, are left with nothing. I think a scientist has no choice but to approach the origin of life through a hypothesis of spontaneous generation.” (Quotations from Dr. Wald are taken from his article originally appearing in Scientific American, and reprinted in M.E. Bowen and J.A. Mazzeo, Writing About Science, Oxford University Press, New York, 1979, pp. 287-306.)
  • 17. the visual must help make a CONNECTION Talking + about a dog = CONFUSION
  • 18. the visual must help make a CONNECTION Talking + about a dog = CONNECTION
  • 19. J FKFB INAT OUP SNA SAI RS
  • 20. JFK FBI NATO UPS NASA IRS schema a body of information that our brain has connected together (images, experiences, sights, sounds, smells).
  • 21. ? schema ? ? + Talking about a dog schema = CONFUSION
  • 22. the POMELO A pomelo is the largest citrus fruit. The rind is very thick, but soft and easy to peel away. The resulting fruit has a light yellow to coral pink flesh and can vary from juicy to slightly and from seductively spicy-sweet to tangy and tart.
  • 23. the POMELO A pomelo is basically a supersized grapefruit with a very thick and soft rind. schema
  • 24. the POMELO “supersized grapefruit”
  • 25. THE LAW OF BIOGENESIS ! George Wald, Nobel Laureate of Harvard University, once This is stated in speaking about the origin of life on the Earth: ! “The reasonable view was to believe in spontaneous generation; the only alternative, to believe in a single, primary act of supernatural creation. There is no third alternative.” NOT ! In that same article, Dr. Wald went on to remark: ! “Most modern biologists, having reviewed with satisfaction the downfall of the spontaneous generation hypothesis, yet unwilling to accept the alternative belief VISUAL! in special creation, are left with nothing. I think a scientist has no choice but to approach the origin of life through a hypothesis of spontaneous generation.” (Quotations from Dr. Wald are taken from his article originally appearing in Scientific American, and reprinted in M.E. Bowen and J.A. Mazzeo, Writing About Science, Oxford University Press, New York, 1979, pp. 287-306.)
  • 26. visual CONNECTION improves MEMORY and COMPREHENSION
  • 27. another problem is OVER COMMUNICATION
  • 28. we are experiencing a MEDIA EXPLOSION
  • 29. we are experiencing a MEDIA EXPLOSION • television • advertising • print media • internet • electronic communications
  • 30. 4 HOURS per day
  • 31. 9 YEARS by age 65
  • 32. constantly CHANGING IMAGES
  • 33. 30 THOUSAND new books per year
  • 34. 17 YEARS of reading
  • 35. 80 PERCENT changes monthly
  • 36. 28 HOURS of reading
  • 37. 10 MILLION TONS printed each year
  • 38. half of jobs INFORMATION occupations
  • 39. we are experiencing SENSORY OVERLOAD
  • 40. we have learned to FILTER out visuals
  • 41. people have learned to FILTER EVERYDAY... ...including Sundays
  • 42. you have to learn to get your message THROUGH THE FILTERS
  • 43. you have to learn to get your message THROUGH THE FILTERS
  • 44. you must get their ATTENTION then KEEP it!
  • 45. how does this REINFORCE not just REPEAT
  • 46. you have chosen a tool designed to take ATTENTION away from you
  • 47. when there is a DISCONNECT what you are SAYING and what they are SEEING YOU LOSE!

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