2. The BasicsInteresting MaterialKnow what you are presentingPresentations support your material
3. Keep it simple5x5 ruleWrite in points, not sentencesLimit the use of effects: Graphics Transitions Consistent
4. Keep it simple - Bad This slide contains too many words for a presentation slide. It is not written in point form, making it difficult both for your audience to read and for you to present each point. Although there are only 3 points on this slide, it looks much more complicated. In short, your audience will spend too much time trying to read this slide instead of listening to you.
5. Keep it simple - GoodShow one point at a time: Will help audience concentrate on what you’re saying Will prevent audience from reading ahead Will help keep your presentation focused.
6. Keep it simple - Bad My name is Michele Petersen. I teach at German and Multimedia Presentations at Harding Fine Arts Academy in Oklahoma City. I have been married for 8 years and I have 3 kids. Zoe is 12, Mario is 8, and Zachary is 3.
7. Keep it simple - Bad Michele Petersen Harding Fine Arts Academy Married 3 kids
8. Why are you here?To run the clicker?To look pretty?To provide information?
9. Make it easy to readSimple BackgroundsFonts Size TypeColors 1 to 2 Contrasting
10. Easy to Read - BadZoe and ZachCan you see my kid’s names?
11. Easy to Read - Good Zoe and Zach
12. Easy to Read - Bad ScienceMathSocial StudiesEnglishForeign Language
13. Easy to Read - BadHarding Fine Arts Academy275 Students6th year of operationCore and Arts classes are equal
14. Easy to Read - BadHardingFineArtsAcademy275 Students6th year of operationCore and Arts classes are equal