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Introduction to PowerPoint for South Amboy Public Schools Faculty

Introduction to PowerPoint for South Amboy Public Schools Faculty

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  • 1. PowerPoint South Amboy Public Schools -- Michael J. Elson
  • 2. Meet the Instructor
    • Michael J. Elson
      • Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician
      • Microsoft Certified Professional
    • Technology Coordinator
      • 14 years experience
    • Classroom Teacher
      • 16 years experience
  • 3. Agenda
    • Class Introduction
    • Windows Basics
    • Tool Bars and Navigation
    • Terminology
    • Design Tips
    • Presentations
    • Wrap up
  • 4. What is PowerPoint?
  • 5. PowerPoint is . . .
    • Graphical presentation program
    • Allows you to present ideas to an audience using the latest in technology
    • Industry Standard
  • 6. Why do I need to learn this?
    • Make your job easier
    • Use technology to keep students interested
    • Allows for student interaction and improves communication skills
  • 7. Windows Basics
  • 8. Working. . .
    • Tool Bars and Navigation
      • Office/PowerPoint
    • Terminology
    • Design
    • Presentations
  • 9. Tips
    • Every presentation should have a title slide.
    • Make sure the title relates to the presentation content.
    • Maintain a consistent color scheme throughout the presentation.
    • Keep the background simple, making sure the text can be seen clearly.
  • 10. Tips
    • Avoid long lines of text.
    • Avoid too many lines of text.
    • No line should consist of more than seven words
    • No slide should consist of more than seven lines.
  • 11. Tips
    • Avoid small text.
    • Text on slides should be no smaller than 24 points
    • Text for overheads should be no smaller than 18 points.
  • 12. Tips
    • For bulleted text, avoid using a single bullet or more than five bullets per slide.
    • Don’t use more than two levels of bullets.
    • Use consistent wording in bullet text.
  • 13. Tips
    • For bulleted text, avoid using a single bullet or more than five bullets per slide.
    • Don’t use more than two levels of bullets.
    • Use consistent wording in bullet text.
  • 14. Tips
    • Use clip art that relates to the content and doesn’t distract from the message.
    • Avoid the temptation to “jazz up” a slide show with too much clip art.
  • 15. Tips
    • Keep charts simple.
    • Provide some form of handout so your audience can keep track of the presentation.
    • Your final slide should provide a recommendation or summary.
  • 16. Questions?
  • 17. Thank you

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