Visual Feast: The Powerful Powerpoint Presentation

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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 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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Visual Feast: The Powerful Powerpoint Presentation

  1. 1. How do you serve a meal?
  2. 2. Lauriat or fastfood style?
  3. 3. Individualdishes?
  4. 4. A slide presentation thatworks is like a good meal.
  5. 5. This is yourlauriat slide.
  6. 6. Ingredients ...
  7. 7. Ingredients ...
  8. 8. Ingredients ...Title in prominentposition
  9. 9. Ingredients ...Title in prominentpositionBullet points!
  10. 10. Ingredients ...Title in prominentpositionBullet points!Little or noimages
  11. 11. These „lauriat‟ slidepresentationstransfer thespeaker‟s burdenonto the listeners,resulting in ...
  12. 12. Focus on each dish, then serve itwith the listeners in mind.
  13. 13. Let‟s have it buffet style. Think: VISUAL FEAST
  14. 14. Create an experience.
  15. 15. Experience= engagement of the senses
  16. 16. People will forget what you said, people willforget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. –Maya Angelou
  17. 17. Appetizing /Attractive
  18. 18. Appetizing /AttractiveSimple /Digestible
  19. 19. Appetizing /AttractiveSimple /Digestible Coherent / Thematic
  20. 20. Appetizing / Dynamic /Attractive TheatricalSimple /Digestible Coherent / Thematic
  21. 21. Appetizing / Dynamic /Attractive Theatrical Has varietySimple /Digestible Coherent / Thematic
  22. 22. Appetizing / Dynamic /Attractive Theatrical Has varietySimple /Digestible Appropriate Coherent / Thematic
  23. 23. Appetizing / Dynamic /Attractive Theatrical Has varietySimple /Digestible Coherent / Thematic Appropriate
  24. 24. 1appetizing // attractive
  25. 25. “visual generation”
  26. 26. data retention:
  27. 27. data retention: 10%
  28. 28. data retention: 35% 10%
  29. 29. data retention: 65% 35% 10%
  30. 30. Images! Images! Images!
  31. 31. Cater to all types of learners.
  32. 32. Cater to all types of learners.
  33. 33. Color scheme
  34. 34. Color scheme
  35. 35. Fonts
  36. 36. Fonts
  37. 37. Make information yummy.
  38. 38. Make information yummy.
  39. 39. Make information yummy.
  40. 40. MATH: Fractions
  41. 41. 1/2MATH: Fractions
  42. 42. HISTORY: Battle of Mactan
  43. 43. 2 digestible // simple
  44. 44. Forget thebullet points.
  45. 45. Stick to a phrase,or a single word.
  46. 46. 3 coherent // contextual
  47. 47. Ordered aesthetic
  48. 48. Peg it on a theme or context.
  49. 49. Peg it on a theme or context.
  50. 50. 4 showmanship // dynamism
  51. 51. Tell a relevant story.
  52. 52. Treat it as a performance.
  53. 53. Demo. Grab some props.
  54. 54. 5 have some variety
  55. 55. One word: MULTIMEDIA
  56. 56. 6 make it fresh
  57. 57. Don‟t recycle templates!
  58. 58. @camillediolaAllAmateurAdvice.comcamille@allamateuradvice.com

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