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This is a probably nothing new for most people, but a "feast" is a great analogy on how to organize your content for Powerpoint Presentations. ...

This is a probably nothing new for most people, but a "feast" is a great analogy on how to organize your content for Powerpoint Presentations.

This is from a talk a gave for teachers in a high school in Batangas, Philippines on how to engage students of different learning styles using technology, online tools.

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  • How do you serve a meal?
  • Lauriat or fastfood style?
  • Individualdishes?
  • A slide presentation thatworks is like a good meal.
  • This is yourlauriat slide.
  • Ingredients ...
  • Ingredients ...
  • Ingredients ...Title in prominentposition
  • Ingredients ...Title in prominentpositionBullet points!
  • Ingredients ...Title in prominentpositionBullet points!Little or noimages
  • These „lauriat‟ slidepresentationstransfer thespeaker‟s burdenonto the listeners,resulting in ...
  • Focus on each dish, then serve itwith the listeners in mind.
  • Let‟s have it buffet style. Think: VISUAL FEAST
  • Create an experience.
  • Experience= engagement of the senses
  • People will forget what you said, people willforget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. –Maya Angelou
  • Appetizing /Attractive
  • Appetizing /AttractiveSimple /Digestible
  • Appetizing /AttractiveSimple /Digestible Coherent / Thematic
  • Appetizing / Dynamic /Attractive TheatricalSimple /Digestible Coherent / Thematic
  • Appetizing / Dynamic /Attractive Theatrical Has varietySimple /Digestible Coherent / Thematic
  • Appetizing / Dynamic /Attractive Theatrical Has varietySimple /Digestible Appropriate Coherent / Thematic
  • Appetizing / Dynamic /Attractive Theatrical Has varietySimple /Digestible Coherent / Thematic Appropriate
  • 1appetizing // attractive
  • “visual generation”
  • data retention:
  • data retention: 10%
  • data retention: 35% 10%
  • data retention: 65% 35% 10%
  • Images! Images! Images!
  • Cater to all types of learners.
  • Cater to all types of learners.
  • Color scheme
  • Color scheme
  • Fonts
  • Fonts
  • Make information yummy.
  • Make information yummy.
  • Make information yummy.
  • MATH: Fractions
  • 1/2MATH: Fractions
  • HISTORY: Battle of Mactan
  • 2 digestible // simple
  • Forget thebullet points.
  • Stick to a phrase,or a single word.
  • 3 coherent // contextual
  • Ordered aesthetic
  • Peg it on a theme or context.
  • Peg it on a theme or context.
  • 4 showmanship // dynamism
  • Tell a relevant story.
  • Treat it as a performance.
  • Demo. Grab some props.
  • 5 have some variety
  • One word: MULTIMEDIA
  • 6 make it fresh
  • Don‟t recycle templates!
  • @camillediolaAllAmateurAdvice.comcamille@allamateuradvice.com